Love is in the air!
The couple — who share daughters Sunday Rose, 13, and Faith Margaret, 10, — dazzled photographers as they walked the red carpet together at the down under launch of the Aaron Sorkin film.
Kidman, 54, — who plays the iconic Lucille Ball in the movie — shined in a sparkling emerald green Etro Spring/Summer collection dress that she paired with dangling gold earrings and a royal green clutch.
Urban, 54, stood by his wife's side as they made their way down the carpet hand in hand. The musician rocked an all black suit paired with a small pinky ring.
While speaking with the press, Urban told The Daily Telegraph about his wife in the film, "It is inspiring really because it has been a really challenging role for her [Kidman]."
"I think getting past the concept of it being this impersonation, which it isn't meant to be, it is her portraying this extraordinary woman's life on screen and that is what she does so well," Kidman's husband explained.
The Oscar winner stars as the female comedy legend in the biopic alongside Javier Bardem as Ricky Ricardo.
The movie — that hit the streaming platform on December 10 — centers around the late couple's complex romantic and professional relationship as well as what went on behind the scenes of their sitcom I Love Lucy.
Scroll through the images below to see Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban rock the red carpet while at the Being The Ricardos premiere:
The actress looked easy breezy in a swept updo as she answered questions from the press.
Kidman made sure to keep Urban close to her as they made their way down the line of reporters at the launch of the biopic.
The power couple could not get enough of each other as they shot each other adoring looks.
The country star looked dapper in a head to toe black ensemble as he walked the carpet to support his wife.
The couple — who have been married since 2006 — seemed to be having a parents night out as they turned up in their Sunday best for the premiere.
All smiles! The duo shined as they flashed their pearly whites for photographers.
Urban seemed endlessly happy to be on hand to support Kidman's turn as television's most famous woman.
The duo turned heads as they made their way down the red carpet by each other's sides.
The Big Little Lies star seemed to be telling the "Blue Ain’t Your Color" singer something important as they posed for the cameras.