Anne Curtis finally comes home to Manila

Heidi Hsia
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11 Feb – After more than a year residing in Australia, actress Anne Curtis and her family finally returned to Manila.

The news was first shared by husband Erwan Heussaff, who posted a video featuring various clips of the family preparing for the move, taking the flight back to the Philippines, and finally arriving home.

He wrote, "Melbourne to Manila and [six] days hotel quarantine done. [Eight] days of home isolation to go."

On 11 February, Curtis herself posted a photo of her and baby Dahlia in her bedroom overlooking the city, writing, "Good morning Philippines."

Anne with baby Dahlia
Anne with baby Dahlia

Fans and friends alike express their excitement over the couple's return, with Jhong Hilario, Ria Atayde and Curtis' brother-in-law Nico Bolzico leaving comments welcoming them home. The latter wrote, "Welcome home! Finally [you] will try the [Bolzico Beef] ube empanadas."

Curtis and Heussaff have both been residing in Melbourne, Australia since late 2019, after the actress took a break from showbiz to prepare for the birth of her baby. Daughter Dahlia was born in March the following year.

The family of three
The family of three

(Photo Source: Anne Curtis Instagram)