They’ll always have Paris! Nicole Kidman didn’t let daughter Sunday’s 11th birthday pass by over the weekend without honoring the adorable kiddo’s special day. Even though she most likely celebrated privately with her child, Nicole also showed Sunday some love with a sweet birthday shout-out on Instagram.

“Happy Birthday darling Sunday ❤️#Paris,” Nicole penned the heartwarming caption. In the snap, Sunday is seen conversing with her little sister, Faith, 8, at the clock tower of the Musee d’Orsay in Paris.

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Happy Birthday darling Sunday ❤️ #Paris

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Nicole shares Sunday and Faith with husband Keith Urban and, in a previous interview with Vanity Fair, she admitted she practices very unpopular parenting techniques with her daughters.

“They don’t have a phone and I don’t allow them to have an Instagram,” she told the magazine. “I try to keep some sort of boundaries.”

Not only that, but Nicole likes to keep her daughters out of the public eye and raise them in Texas so they can have a better shot at living a normal life.

“We live in Nashville, not Los Angeles, and we live there for a reason,” she once admitted. “I like the peacefulness — being able to step into the celebrity life for a moment when I need to, and then back out to all the real day-to-day things.”

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The best part about living out of the spotlight is that Nicole and Keith can get all of the alone time they want. In fact, whenever the country crooner leaves home, he always writes a sweet note that makes her smile.

“For every single night he’s away, he leaves me a love letter,” Nicole previously gushed to InStyle. “Every single night of our relationship.”

The Aquaman star has even taken a couple of notes from Keith’s book and will occasionally leave behind a couple of friendly notes for her daughters to find.

“We write notes in our house which I think it a sweet thing to do,” Nicole said. “We’ll leave them somewhere around the house or I’ll leave them for my daughters to discover in their bags or backpack, or sometimes in their lunchbox.”

Nicole has such a great family!