Sunday Best! Nicole Kidman Takes Her Daughter to School (Photos)

The end of another long school day.

The Golden Globes and SAG Awards have just passed, and the Grammys and Oscars are fast approaching, but in between red-carpet events, daily life happens. Groceries have to be bought, cars filled with gas and children taken to school.

Today found Nicole Kidman all smiles as she picked up her older daughter, 3-year-old Sunday Rose, from school in Los Angeles. The camera caught her opening the exit gate and escorting her sweet student to their car.

Sunday was adorable in a pink skirt and matching rain boots – must have been a wet day in southern California – topped with a white shirt. Both mom and daughter opted for no-nonsense pulled-back hairdos.

But that backpack Nicole’s carrying looks awfully full. Exactly how much homework does a preschooler get, anyway? Or is it full of artwork ready for displaying on the fridge?

Enjoy these pictures of a star’s school pickup routine!

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  • Out of the gate 1 of 6
    Out of the gate
    Like most schools these days, Sunday's has tight security.
  • She’s gonna carry that weight 2 of 6
    She's gonna carry that weight
    Nicole cheerfully carries Sunday's loaded backpack - and looks like she's got her little coat, too.
  • Bird feed 3 of 6
    Bird feed
    Sunday Rose sports a cute owl lunchbox. Wonder what was in it?
  • Yes, I see you! 4 of 6
    Yes, I see you!
    Nicole acknowledges the camera and gives a gracious smile.
  • A charming pair 5 of 6
    A charming pair
    Young Ms. Urban is perfectly pretty in a peasant blouse, pink skirt and polka-dot rain boots. Mom goes edgier with a leather jacket over a skirt and tights.
  • Into the car 6 of 6
    Into the car
    The young student hops into the back seat - home to see baby sis Faith Margaret!

[Photos: via Pacific Coast News]

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