But Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied shared their romantic vacation with their favourite person - their one-year-old son Aleph.
The couple seemed besotted by the youngster, and each other, as they played as a family on a quiet beach in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Mommy's boy! Natalie screams with laughter as her son Aleph entertains her on vacation in the Turks and Caicos IslandsNatalie showed off her toned figure in a black bikini, with no hint of any weight gain from her pregnancy.
The 31-year-old wore her hair tied back from her face in a simple ponytail and no make-up as she ran around, chasing the youngster before scooping him up for a hug.
Aleph himself wore simply a sunhat, enjoying the rare chance to forgo a diaper.
He clutched in his hands a yellow and green sand toy which he refused to put down, even when going for a swim with his parents.
Bikini time: Natalie shows off her toned bikini body as she runs around with her adorable one-year-old
Leaving him with a nanny they later returned for a spot of couple time, donning life vests as they went sailing then tried out bodyboarding.
The vacation, a month after her romantic moonlit wedding ceremony, is the first chance the pair have had to take a break from their hectic work schedules.
Time for a dip: Natalie and her new husband Benjamin Millepied take Aleph into the azure ocean
The Jewish ceremony was held under a chuppah in front of just 60 guests - including Diane Sawyer, Ivanka Trump, Macaulay Culkin and Rashida Jones.
The wedding banquet was strictly vegan in keeping with the bride's diet.
Just like daddy! Benjamin and his son hold their hands up as they stop for a snack
The pair met on the set of Black Swan and welcomed their first child into the world 14 months ago.
Since their wedding Natalie has been busy drumming up support for President Barack Obama, speaking out in his support.
She has also starred in a new campaign for Christian Dior, as well as working on two movies.
Off for a nap: After their busy morning the family headed home so Aleph could rest