It was a full house when Nicole Kidman brought along hubby Keith Urban and their girls Sunday Rose, eight, and six-year-old Faith Margaret on her whirlwind Aussie trip.
The mum-of-four was back in her native Oz for a slew of events including a networking lunch for women and the Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Nic's two mini-mes have grown so much since we last saw them in Sydney, right before Christmas.
On Tuesday, March 28, the Kidman-Urban clan were all smiles as they walked through Sydney's Kingsford Smith international airport.
Big sister Sunday was pretty in a pink tulle dress, teamed with navy tights, ankle boots and a denim vest.
Her little sister Faith rocked a coordinating look in a cute pale blue frock.
Nic, 49, looked elegant in a white ensemble finished off with a camel-coloured coat. Showing us why she's the queen of Hollywood, the actress finished off her look with a pair of chic shades and her locks swept back in a sleek ponytail.
Keith kept with his trusted old faithful combo of black jeans, a black V-neck tee and his signature smile.
During the Oscar winner's appearance at the Business Chick's panel, she admitted to longing for more children.
"I always dream of having another child but I'm too old now," she said at the event.
"But Keith always says, 'Remember the baby carriers, all of the stuff, no!' For him the stuff was a lot, carrying it all but I see it all with rose-coloured glasses."
The Aussie starlet is continuing with her winning streak.
Following on from the success of her role in Lion, Nic is now starring in Big Little Lies.
She recently spoke about how it is "weird" to play her character Celeste Wright, who is in an abusive relationship with husband Perry portrayed by Alexander Skarsgard.
"Afterward, I would just be quiet," she told Vulture about filming the more difficult scenes.
"I would go home and be quiet. After we shot some of the really, really violent scenes, I was in a lot of pain myself. My body was."
"It was very strange. It was very uncomfortable. It wasn't a good feeling, I have to say."
"But women go through this, so I wanted to tap into the truth of it, and I wanted to be real in those scenes, so that's what it required - an element of violence."