The stunning actress joined The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday and chatted with the host about the upcoming holidays, explaining why she and her husband of 10 years don't exchange gifts on Christmas.
"We don't give each other gifts at Christmas," she explained. But after DeGeneres joked that they'll probably end up sneaking something in for each other, Kidman laughed, "I'll kiss him!"
She continued, "He's in Australia right now on tour, and the girls and I are here, and we're flying to him tonight, so we're his present!"
The two parents are more concerned about checking off their daughers' wish lists instead.
"They want American Dolls, and they want candy. They want, want, want!" she revealed, speaking of daughters Faith and Sunday.
However, they will be giving back, too!
"The one thing we are doing actually, which I just read an article on [and] is a great thing to do, is where they get to chose a charity to donate to, and then we donate," she explained. "They get to go online and chose it!"
The actress, 49, also opened up about her newest movie Lion, which is based on a true story and has touched her heart.
"It's a story about a little boy, an Indian boy, who gets lost in India," she said. "It's very sad, but very uplifting as well. He finds his way, and I play his adoptive mother who's just divine. She's a person called Sue Brierley, who I love."
Lion is in theaters now.