PS: Do you go to town decorating the house?
BH: We haven't. Normally, we've been living overseas, and we fly in to Australia quite late. [Laughs] I don't know if this is a little bit sad but our Christmas tree has been up for eight years. Because we fly in and it's nearly Christmas time, and then we have to leave for the Australian Open in a hurry, so we just don't get round to it; I'm busy packing. However, I have taken it down, because I want my kids to have the joy of decorating the Christmas tree!
PS: That's so funny, I love that.
BH: It doesn't matter what time you come to my house, it's Christmas [laughs]. The kids would like, one year, to decorate the house with Christmas lights. That's something they look forward to.
PS: It looks like such a big job!
BH: It is a big job, isn't it? And then some of those people that go all out, their electricity bill would be through the roof! They do it for everyone else, for us to go along and enjoy. And actually that's also what we do at Christmas time: we pick a night where we drive around the areas that have a lot of houses with Christmas lights to see. That's something the kids really look forward to.