Here comes the bride: Nicole Kidman wears a peach dress to wed Colin Firth as they film The Railway Man in front of fans in Scotland
14:14 GMT, 6 May 2012
She's already married to country singer Keith Urban but yesterday Nicole Kidman walked down the aisle again.
The 44-year-old was filming scenes for upcoming movie The Railway Man which saw her say 'I do' to British actor Colin Firth.
The famous pair managed to remain composed as they filmed outside the Scottish church despite crowds of fans watching nearby.
Husband and wife: Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman film a wedding scene for upcoming movie The Railway Man
See you at altar: Nicole takes on the role of Patti Lomax who married Colin's character Eric
On the first day of filming the movie earlier this week Nicole couldn't hide her unhappiness as she already appeared fed up, but it seems that all it took was a wedding scene and some familiar faces to get her back on track.
The set became a family day out as Nicole's husband Keith turned up with their three-year-old daughter Sunday Rose.
The Australian star couldn't hide her
delight as she cuddled and carried the youngster while still dressed in
character in the Scottish setting.
Keeping warm: Nicole kept covered up in between takes by wearing a black coat
Family on set: Nicole Kidman took some time off from filming The Railway Man when her husband Keith Urban turned up with their three-year-old daughter Sunday Rose
Nicole made sure that she spent some quality time with her family in between takes of the wedding scenes.
She even comforted Sunday, who looked like she needed cheering up after being separated temporarily from her famous mother.
Keith smiled widely as he passed their daughter over to Nicole, who was still dressed in period costume.
Cuddle time: Nicole switched into Mummy duties when her girl came to see her on set in Scotland
Bonding time: Nicole gave Sunday back to Keith when she resumed filming again
she warmed herself up as she took a break by wearing a large black coat
and Ugg boots, before Keith took her back so mummy could get on with
her day job.
Just a few days earlier Nicole appeared to be fed up of Scotland's dreary weather already.
The actress was spotted sitting on an old-fashioned train as she filmed scenes for the upcoming period drama.
Perhaps it was the fact that she was dressed in dowdy clothes or maybe she was feeling the cold being up North, but once the sun made an appearance, the Australian star perked up a bit.
Cheer up! Nicole Kidman looked miserable as she filmed The Railway Man in Scotland a few days ago
Sitting next to the window, Kidman was wearing the same wartime clothes that she sported on set at Perth station yesterday.
The pale green cardigan, white shirt and frumpy skirt is a far cry from the Hollywood star's usual look.
The redhead is also sporting a short brown bob for her latest movie, which makes her appear pale and washed-out.
Ahoy there! The actress was sat on an old-fashioned train as she prepared to film more scenes
Smiling again: The Australian star perked up when she filmed scenes on a busy platform at at Bo'ness railway station
Kidman was later seen filming a scene on the station platform at Bo'ness station in Falkirk wearing a khaki green jacket and bright Winter scarf.
As she walked through the crowd of extras, the film star had a huge smile on her face and was then joined by her co-star Colin Firth who plays her onscreen husband Eric Lomax.
Kidman – who portrays his wife Patti – was also spotted taking in the breathtaking scenery of Scotland in between takes as she strolled with a member of the crew.
Different look: Kidman looked frumpy in wartime attire and a brown bob wig
Windy times: The actress was spotted admiring the Scottish scenery in between takes
The film, set during World War II, follows the true tale of British officer Lomax – played by actor Jeremy Irvine – who is captured by the Japanese in Singapore and sent to a prisoner-of-war camp.
Lomax is then forced to work on the Thai-Burma Railway, during which time he is tortured.
Jeremy plays the young Lomax, while Bridget Jones star Firth steps in to fill the shoes of his older persona years later.
Onscreen husband and wife: Kidman takes on the role of Patti Lomax who is married to Colin Firth's character Eric
It is then that his wife encourages him to confront one of his captors after suffering from psychological trauma of the aftermath.
Rachel Weisz was originally meant to play the female lead but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts for re-shoots for other films.
However, Kidman will be pleased that she took on the role as filming will also take place in her homeland Australia as well as Thailand.
A long way from home! Cambridge actor Jeremy Irvine takes centre stage as the young soldier