Hugh Jackman surprises fans by revealing he's already into his second day of Sydney hotel quarantine

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‘Good morning, Australia!’ Hugh Jackman surprises fans by revealing he’s already into his second day of hotel quarantine in Sydney

Just days ago he was cheering on New South Wales in the State of Origin from his New York home.

But Hugh Jackman stunned his Australian fans on Sunday by revealing he was already on his second day in the country, via an Instagram post.

The 52-year-old posted a photo of a sunrise, along with the caption, ‘Good morning Australia. 2nd sunrise in quarantine.’

Shocker: Hugh Jackman stunned his Australian fans on Sunday by revealing he was already on his second day in the country, via an Instagram post

Shocker: Hugh Jackman stunned his Australian fans on Sunday by revealing he was already on his second day in the country, via an Instagram post

Taking to his Instagram Stories, the Oscar nominated actor showed the view from his flight as his plane landed in Sydney on Saturday. 

Captioning the image ‘The Landing’ Hugh wrote ‘Thank you to all airport and flight officials for keeping such good care to keep everyone safe.’

In a subsequent post, Jackman acknowledged the tradition Gadigal owners of the land which incorporates Sydney.  

Local boy: The 52-year-old (pictured) posted a photo of a sunrise, along with the caption, 'Good morning Australia. 2nd sunrise in quarantine'

Local boy: The 52-year-old (pictured) posted a photo of a sunrise, along with the caption, ‘Good morning Australia. 2nd sunrise in quarantine’

Welcome home: Taking to his Instagram Stories, the Oscar nominated actor showed the view from his flight as his plane landed in Sydney on Saturday

Welcome home: Taking to his Instagram Stories, the Oscar nominated actor showed the view from his flight as his plane landed in Sydney on Saturday

The reveal comes after Jackman proved he was a Sydney boy at heart as he supported the Blues in Wednesday night’s State of Origin.

The Prisoners star shared a series of photos to Instagram as he watched the football game from his home in New York.

In one picture, Hugh posted an image of his TV screen and wrote: ‘C’mon the Blues!’

'C'mon the Blues!' Jackman showed his support for NSW as he watched the State of Origin from his home in New York on Wednesday

‘C’mon the Blues!’ Jackman showed his support for NSW as he watched the State of Origin from his home in New York on Wednesday

The actor also shared another photo of the final score after the game and captioned the picture: ‘Look at that score! But never count QLD Maroons out. Ever. Two games to go.’

New South Wales have drawn first blood in the 2021 State of Origin Series against Queensland, wrapping up game one 50-6 in a humiliating defeat.

It was the first-ever State of Origin match played in Townsville, with a capacity crowd of about 30,000 screaming Queenslanders on hand to cheer the Maroons.

Footy game: In one picture, Hugh posted an image of his TV screen and wrote: 'C'mon the Blues!'

Footy game: In one picture, Hugh posted an image of his TV screen and wrote: ‘C’mon the Blues!’

But fans would be left devastated after the Blues racked up their biggest winning margin in history.

The match went ahead despite a case of coronavirus recorded in the state earlier on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Hugh moved to New York with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness and their children in 2008, and they currently reside in the trendy West Village.

That's a win! The actor also shared another photo of the final score after the game and captioned the picture: 'Look at that score! But never count QLD Maroons out. Ever. Two games to go'

That’s a win! The actor also shared another photo of the final score after the game and captioned the picture: ‘Look at that score! But never count QLD Maroons out. Ever. Two games to go’

Last year, Hugh revealed he was homesick for Australia after a lengthy lockdown in New York City due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Deborra-Lee and the couple’s children had initially been in Melbourne when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic in March 2019.

But they returned to the U.S. just four days later in order to keep the family together.

New home: Meanwhile, Hugh moved to New York with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness and their children in 2008, and they currently reside in the trendy West Village

New home: Meanwhile, Hugh moved to New York with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness and their children in 2008, and they currently reside in the trendy West Village

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