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Anne Curtis, Erwan Heussaff return to the Philippines with Baby Dahlia

Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff have returned to the Philippines after spending over a year in Australia, bringing with them their daughter Dahlia Amélie.

Their return marks Dahlia's first time in the Philippines since she was born on March 2, 2020.

According to an Instagram post from Erwan on Wednesday, February 10, they've completed 6 days of hotel quarantine, and are spending the next 8 days in home isolation.

On her own Instagram on Thursday, February 11, Anne posted a photo of her and Dahlia looking out onto a Manila skyline from their window, saying "Good Morning Philippines."

Anne and Erwan first flew to Australia in December 2019, as they prepared for Anne's delivery.

Anne, who is half-Australian, had earlier said that they moved there so she could take a break from work and spend time with her mom Carmen, who is based there. Their stay was extended due to the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns. – Rappler.com