Nicole Kidman leaves $6.5M Southern Highlands estate after self-isolating with husband Keith Urban

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Nicole Kidman was seen leaving her $6.5million Southern Highlands estate for the first time after completing her 14-day quarantine with her husband Keith Urban and their daughters, Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine.

The actress, 53, and her other half, 52, divided fans after being granted permission to skip mandatory hotel quarantine and self-isolate at their sprawling country property following their arrival back to Australia via a private jet from the United States.

Despite the controversy, the Big Little Lies star looked in high spirits as she got her first taste of post-quarantine freedom while being driven out of her property.

Freedom! Nicole Kidman [pictured], 53, was seen leaving her $6.5million Southern Highlands estate for the first time after completing her 14-day quarantine with her husband Keith Urban and their daughters, Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine

Freedom! Nicole Kidman [pictured], 53, was seen leaving her $6.5million Southern Highlands estate for the first time after completing her 14-day quarantine with her husband Keith Urban and their daughters, Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine

Nicole was dressed to combat the winter chill in a faux-fur lined hooded jacket over a chunky white jumper. 

The screen star relied on her naturally striking features with a simple slick of make-up, and she wore her curly red locks loose. 

While Keith was nowhere in sight, Nicole appeared to be in great company as she exited her property in the car. 

Home sweet home: The actress and her other half divided fans after being granted permission to skip mandatory hotel quarantine and self-isolate at their country property [pictured] following their arrival back to Australia via a private jet from the US

Home sweet home: The actress and her other half divided fans after being granted permission to skip mandatory hotel quarantine and self-isolate at their country property [pictured] following their arrival back to Australia via a private jet from the US

Low-key: Nicole was dressed to combat the winter chill in a faux-fur lined hooded jacket over a chunky white jumper

Low-key: Nicole was dressed to combat the winter chill in a faux-fur lined hooded jacket over a chunky white jumper

Natural: The screen star relied on her naturally striking features with a simple slick of make-up, and she wore her curly red locks loose

Natural: The screen star relied on her naturally striking features with a simple slick of make-up, and she wore her curly red locks loose

Nicole may have made the outing to officially begin work on her new series, Nine Perfect Strangers, which was recently given the green-light to begin filming in Australia.

The series will provide an economic boost to the struggling local film industry by creating ‘hundreds’ of local jobs when filming commences on August 10. 

Despite Nicole’s plans to help the local film industry during the economic downturn, some Australians angrily suggested that COVID-19 travel restrictions only seemed to affect ordinary people, not the rich and famous.

Fun times: While Keith was nowhere in sight, Nicole appeared to be in great company as she exited her property in the car

Fun times: While Keith was nowhere in sight, Nicole appeared to be in great company as she exited her property in the car

Back to work: Nicole may have made the outing to officially begin work on her new series, Nine Perfect Strangers, which was recently given the green-light to begin filming in Australia

Back to work: Nicole may have made the outing to officially begin work on her new series, Nine Perfect Strangers, which was recently given the green-light to begin filming in Australia

One fan fumed on social media: ‘Completely unfair and wrong! If we all have to do it and no one is getting exemptions then EVERYONE should have to do it! And they wonder why people start breaking the rules.’ 

Another wrote: ‘Two different sets of laws: one for the rich and powerful and one for the ordinary person.’

However, many others pointed out that they didn’t see a problem with it if the pair stayed at home for two weeks.

New project: The series will provide an economic boost to the struggling local film industry by creating 'hundreds' of local jobs when filming commences on August 10

New project: The series will provide an economic boost to the struggling local film industry by creating ‘hundreds’ of local jobs when filming commences on August 10

Divisive: Despite Nicole's plans to help the local film industry during the economic downturn, some Australians angrily suggested that COVID-19 travel restrictions only seemed to affect ordinary people, not the rich and famous

Divisive: Despite Nicole’s plans to help the local film industry during the economic downturn, some Australians angrily suggested that COVID-19 travel restrictions only seemed to affect ordinary people, not the rich and famous

Other side: However, many others pointed out that they didn't see a problem with it if the pair stayed at home for two weeks.

Other side: However, many others pointed out that they didn’t see a problem with it if the pair stayed at home for two weeks.

One supporter wrote: ‘This is right decision. They have their own property, why not? They both deserve a little credit for promoting Australia every day… Welcome home.’

Another added: ‘Why is everyone carrying on? They are isolating at home, just not at a hotel. So what if they are stars? They still have to isolate away from everyone.’

According to the NSW Government website, people returning from overseas are only exempt from staying at a quarantine hotel if there are ‘strong medical, health or compassionate grounds’.

One supporter wrote: 'This is right decision. They have their own property, why not? They both deserve a little credit for promoting Australia every day... Welcome home'

One supporter wrote: ‘This is right decision. They have their own property, why not? They both deserve a little credit for promoting Australia every day… Welcome home’

Strict rules: According to the NSW Government website, people returning from overseas are only exempt from staying at a quarantine hotel if there are 'strong medical, health or compassionate grounds'

Strict rules: According to the NSW Government website, people returning from overseas are only exempt from staying at a quarantine hotel if there are ‘strong medical, health or compassionate grounds’

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