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Keith Urban And Nicole Kidman Choose Green For Sunday Rose

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From the beginning, Nicole Kidman was keen to take the green road with her new daughter, Sunday Rose. Earlier this year, she ordered a range of organic linen, clothing and plush toys from Sydney’s Double Bay baby boutique, Bay Bee Cino. Thanks to Green Daily, we now know that her choice in crib was also eco-friendly — going with the Q Collection Junior line — which is manufactured with organic materials in a chemical-free and sustainable environment. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow is also a fan of the line for her two kids, Apple and Moses.

We suspect Sunday will have a childhood filled with plenty of exposure to nature — especially growing up on Kidman and Ubran’s Tennessee farm. In a recent issue of Vogue, Nicole expressed her love for organic gardening and a great appreciation of the wild environment around her. “There’s a softness to the Tennessee landscape that I just love,” she said. “It’s very beautiful out there. We have deer and wild turkeys.”

Keith Urban’s green habits are also worth noting. The country singer is taking steps to reduce the footprint of his tours — particularly with running all of his buses on biodieseland also debuted a new line of tees partially made from recycled plastic bottles.

So congrats to Keith and Nicole on their new daughter! We hope her green surroundings influence her throughout life.

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