Nicole Kidman is swapping the red carpet for a tent while Hugh Jackman is going to be a stay-at-home dad.
After a hectic year and the past few days attending the world premieres for their new movies at the Toronto Film Festival, the Australian A-Listers have declared it is family time.
Kidman is going camping in Nashville while Jackman will be spending the rest of the year at his Manhattan base doing dad duty.
"I'm getting on a plane to go back and go camping," Kidman, at the end of a day of interviews in Toronto to promote her new drama The Railway Man, told reporters on Saturday.
Kidman said her daughters, five-year-old Sunday and two-year-old Faith, wanted to go camping, so she and Grammy Award-winning husband Keith Urban will grant their wish.
Although, for the first expedition they won't be roughing it.
"It's nice camping," Kidman laughed.
"We are in a tent, but it's on a golf course.
"They are two and five so we are just starting off gently, but they did pitch the tent the other night in the backyard just to get used to pitching it."
Kidman might be a fashion icon and queen of the red carpet, but she confided she loves to rough it in the bush.
"I love that kind of camping," she said
"I like being out in the wilderness.
"I like being away, so this is one step.
"I would never go camping in a trailer park. I like to actually go into the wild or the beach or something."
Jackman, at Toronto to promote his thriller Prisoners, has made four films back-to-back with three of the movies away from home.
"I'm taking a break from between now and Christmas," Jackman said.
His job will be to make lunches, drop the kids off at school, and cook.
"So far I've been off a few weeks and I've played a lot of Monopoly," he said.
But don't expect gym junkie Jackman to end up with a beer gut by Christmas.
He plans to go to the gym three times a week.