Kidman And Urban Go Back Down Under

Australian actress Nicole Kidman, left, walks with her husband and Australian country music singer Keith Urban through the lobby of a hotel in Sydney, Australia, Monday, June 26, 2006. Kidman and Urban were married Sunday in a traditional Catholic ceremony in a clifftop chapel in the Sydney beachside suburb of Manly. (AP Photo/Tracey Nearmy)
AP Photo/Tracey Nearmy
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban arrived in their native country so the actress can begin work on director Baz Luhrmann's new movie, "Australia," also starring Hugh Jackman, according to Australia's Daily Telegraph.

Urban, a country music star, starts his Australian concert tour next month.

Upon her arrival in Sydney on Sunday, the actress rejected rumors that she and Urban are expecting a child, the newspaper reported.

London's News of the World Web site reported that the Oscar-wining actress was pregnant after she was seen outside the same California clinic where Mel B, the former Spice Girl delivered her baby last week.

Photos: Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
Kidman and Urban, both 39, didn't indicate that they would soon be parents. And through her publicist, Kidman said the report was "incorrect."

"As if she would confirm a pregnancy to News of the World," the publicist told the Daily Telegraph.

In an interview for Oprah Winfrey's Oscar Special earlier this year, Kidman said she hoped to carry a child and looked forward to walking around barefoot and pregnant.