Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff have finally returned to the Philippines with their daughter Dahlia after staying in Melbourne, Australia for over a year.
Erwan shared their journey back to Manila through a short video on Instagram last Wednesday, February 10. It shows a glimpse of some of the safety precautions the family of three had to take, including a six-day hotel quarantine.
“Melbourne to Manila and six days hotel quarantine done. Eight days of home isolation to go,” he wrote on the caption.
On her own page, the actress shared this cute photo of her showing Dahlia a view of Manila from their hotel room.
“Good morning, Philippines,” said Anne.
In early 2020, the couple flew to the Land Down Under for the birth of Dahlia. In an interview, Anne shared they came to this decision also as a way for her to be forced to step back from her work as she couldn’t help herself from doing so.
The Heussaffs intended to return to the Philippines earlier, but due to the pandemic, that plan was delayed.
Fans are excited for the “No Other Woman” star’s return to “It’s Showtime”, which she stated just recently she would never leave. However, she also said that she is in no rush to return to work just yet as she wants to enjoy being a full-time mom to Dahlia until she turns one, which is only a month away.
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