Nicole Kidman touched down in her hometown of Sydney, Australia, with some very precious cargo - her daughter Sunday Rose, the Mail reported.
The Hollywood actress, 41, looked every inch the doting mother as she planted a kiss on the nine-month-old's chubby cheek as they arrived at the city's airport.
The pair flew first-class from Los Angeles along with Keith Urban to spend Easter with Nicole's family and they headed straight for their newly renovated £3million rural retreat in Bunya Hill.
The couple purchased the cattle stud last year which is reminiscent of Faraway Downs, the home of Kidman's Lady Sarah Ashley in the Baz Luhrmann epic Australia.
They were joined by Nicole's parents, younger sister Antonia and her two sons Hamish and James and the entire family joined in a egg hunt on Sunday morning.
The quiet country getaway proved a change of pace for the trio, who were in glitzy Las Vegas just last week.
They were in the city to attend the Academy of Country Music Awards where Keith, 40, was nominated for the Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the year.
He lost out to singer Carrie Underwood and veteran musician Brad Paisley respectively but Urban didn't let it get him down.
He is focused on his new album Defying Gravity, which has already won the praise of his most important critics.
Nicole said last week: 'Sunday and I are his biggest fans. We love it.'
Keith added: '[They're my] biggest inspiration too.'
Meanwhile, Nicole is gearing up to begin work on Need with her best friend and fellow Australian Naomi Watts.
The film centres on a New York therapist who discovers her suicidal patient is having an affair with her husband.