It's not often that Nicole Kidman shares photos of her gorgeous children.
But to celebrate her daughter, Sunday Rose's 11th birthday, the Big Little Lies star took to Instagram to share a never-before-seen photo of her two biological daughters with husband Keith Urban - and it is quite simply breathtaking.
In the image shared on Nicole's Instagram page, Sunday Rose, 11 and Faith Margaret, eight, can be seen looking out at the city of Paris from the French capital's iconic clock at the Musee d'Orsay. And we can't believe how grown up they are!
"Happy Birthday darling Sunday ❤️ #Paris," the actress captioned her post.
Plenty of Nicole's followers recognised the setting and posted their own birthday wishes to Sunday, including Nicole's Big Little Lies costar Reese Witherspoon who wrote, "Happy Birthday sweet girl! 💖"
For her birthday last year, Nicole shared a stunning black and white photo of herself, husband Keith Urban and their newborn daughter.
"Ten years ago today our little girl came into the world. You are our joy Sunday Rose. We love you, Happy Birthday," Nicole penned alongside the beautiful family photo.
Opening up to Oprah Winfrey about the meaning behind Sunday Rose's name, Nicole said: "That's our favourite day because if you're happy and you've got your family and the things around you, then Sunday's a beautiful day."
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They may not even be teenagers yet, but it seems that Sunday and Faith are taking after their mum with their acting skills.
The girls joined their mum on set of the new HBO series The Undoing in March and were snapped in school uniforms, running around on a street in Manhattan's Upper West Side. But that's not their most recent screen credit.
In fact for all you Big Little Lies fans out there, both Nicole and Keith's daughters starred in the hit series as schoolchildren in episodes two and three.
Nicole and Keith welcomed Sunday Rose in 2008 and then their daughter Faith Margaret was born via surrogate in 2010, but Nicole, who's confessed she is a very maternal person, has revealed she would have liked to have had more.
"I would have liked probably two or three more children," Kidman told the BBC. "I love, love children. I love raising children … they make me feel good ... I love the ups and downs, and I love watching them grow and the things they say and teach."
The Oscar-winner also shares her two adopted children Isabella Cruise, 26, and Connor Cruise, 24 with her ex-husband Tom Cruise.