Anne Curtis is the cover star for the latest issue of Lifestyle Asia magazine.
The It's Showtime host stunned in different outfits as she posed for the camera in El Nido, Palawan.
"During her time away from the spotlight, #AnneCurtis has learned that the best lessons in life are learned through seeing the world. From mothering in the middle of a pandemic, expanding her interests and ventures, to staying connected with her fans during her hiatus," the magazine wrote.
Talking about her time away from the spotlight, Anne said in her interview, "I've had a lot of time to really concentrate on being a mother and spending time with my family."
Anne's Lifestyle Asia cover release coincides with her latest post revealing that she is set to return to the concert stage this April.
"A very special docu-c%#^*rt for everyone I LUV! Join me as I share bits and pieces of my life in the past two years. Plus! I just might have some surprise fierce, fun and fab performances! G? LuvANNE na LuvANNE na! I’m vack mga vaaaacks!!! Luv-Anne! (sic)" she announced on February 26.
The actress-performer made the announcement on the same day that she celebrated her birthday.
It will mark Anne's return to the spotlight after dedicating her time to parenting. Anne gave birth to her first child, Dahlia, with husband Erwan Heussaff in Australia in March 2020.
In an interview with G3 San Diego for #LiveWithG3 in September 2020, Anne revealed that giving birth in Australia was actually a last-minute decision.
“I’ve already chosen a doctor and a hospital [here in the Philippines]. Last minute, I decided na parang I was working so hard kasi. Hindi nila ako mapigilan mag-work. I felt na one way that will really get me to stop working is to be [in Australia],” she said.
“Major factor din kasi was being with my mom since it’s the first baby and having her help me through it, parang doon na lang ako kasi mas tahimik. I can really just focus sa first few weeks, months on my baby daughter’s life,” she added.
Anne and her family stayed in Australia for the rest of 2020. They returned to the Philippines in February 2021.