Hugh Jackman visits the Edge in NYC after fleeing Sydney's Covid outbreak

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    Hugh Jackman visits the Edge observation deck in New York City after returning to America amid Sydney’s Covid outbreak

    Hugh Jackman has returned to America after his trip to Australia was cut short by Sydney’s Covid outbreak, and made his first stop at an iconic New York City attraction.

    The Sydney-born actor visited the Edge observation deck – the highest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere – on Wednesday, documenting the excursion on Instagram. 

    The X-Men star, 52, had returned to the United States early last week after a short stint in his home country, which included two weeks spent in hotel quarantine.

    On top of the world: Hugh Jackman has returned to America after his trip to Australia was cut short by Sydney's Covid outbreak, and made his first stop at an iconic New York City attraction

    On top of the world: Hugh Jackman has returned to America after his trip to Australia was cut short by Sydney’s Covid outbreak, and made his first stop at an iconic New York City attraction

    ‘Yesterday, I went on a journey to The Edge,’ Hugh said in a video of himself marvelling at the stunning view of New York.

    ‘That’s pretty cool, that’s awesome,’ he added. 

    Hugh also showed his followers another attraction, the Vessel, which is a structure that features hundreds of flights of stairs built in a honeycomb shape.

    Wow: The Sydney-born actor visited the Edge observation deck - the highest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere - on Wednesday, documenting the excursion on Instagram

    Wow: The Sydney-born actor visited the Edge observation deck – the highest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere – on Wednesday, documenting the excursion on Instagram

    Back in the Big Apple: The X-Men star, 52, had returned to the United States early last week after a short stint in his home country, which included two weeks spent in hotel quarantine

    Back in the Big Apple: The X-Men star, 52, had returned to the United States early last week after a short stint in his home country, which included two weeks spent in hotel quarantine 

    ‘I haven’t been on that yet,’ the Wolverine actor said, to which an attendant replied: ‘Anytime you want.’ 

    ‘Really? Right we should do a stairs workout, you’d love that,’ he remarked, turning to his camera operator and wife Deborra-Lee Furness.  

    Hugh also posted a photo on Instagram Stories of himself and U.S. Today Show host Hoda Kotb on top of the sky deck together.

    Stunning: Hugh also showed his followers another attraction, the Vessel, which is a structure that features hundreds of flights of stairs built in a honeycomb shape

    Stunning: Hugh also showed his followers another attraction, the Vessel, which is a structure that features hundreds of flights of stairs built in a honeycomb shape

    Open invitation:'I haven't been on that yet,' the Wolverine actor said, to which an attendant replied:'Anytime you want'

    Open invitation: ‘I haven’t been on that yet,’ the Wolverine actor said, to which an attendant replied: ‘Anytime you want’ 

    Hugh’s visit to the attraction comes after he enjoyed just a week and a half of freedom in Sydney after completing 14 days of hotel quarantine.

    He is believed to have cut short his visit to his home city after an outbreak of the highly infectious Delta strain of Covid led to another lockdown. 

    The Greatest Showman star has been living in NYC with his wife, Deborra-Lee, and their children, Oscar, 21, and Ava, 16, since 2008. 

    Expats: Hugh's visit to the Edge comes after he enjoyed just a week and a half of freedom in Sydney after completing 14 days of hotel quarantine. He is believed to have cut short his visit to Australia after an outbreak of the highly infectious Delta strain of Covid led to another lockdown. Pictured here with his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness

    Expats: Hugh’s visit to the Edge comes after he enjoyed just a week and a half of freedom in Sydney after completing 14 days of hotel quarantine. He is believed to have cut short his visit to Australia after an outbreak of the highly infectious Delta strain of Covid led to another lockdown. Pictured here with his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness

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