With the NSW and Victorian boarder opening after months of strict COVID-19 precautions, families around the nation are finally being reunited after months of separation.
And this week, Home And Away actress Sam Frost made sure she was on one of the first flights from Sydney to Melbourne so she could visit her loved ones.
The former Bachelorette beauty, who relocated to Sydney in 2014, shared her touching reunion with her brothers, Josh and Alex, on Instagram.
"Home ❤️ finally back in Melbourne with my bro's • only 2 out of 4 pictured • I cannot even tell you how happy I am!!! My heart feels so full ✨ xxx," the 31-year-old penned alongside a touching family photo of the overjoyed trio.
Sam's Home And Away co-stars were quick to comment on the snap.
"Nothing like family!!!!!" Bridie Carter said.
"Happy for you honey 🙌🏼🤗😘🙏💕," Lynne McGranger added.
The actress also shared a hilarious behind-the-scenes video of the group trying to capture the perfect snap.
"Three losers just trynna get a good pic," she joked.
The star, who plays Jasmine on Home And Away, later shared a sweet snap with her two older brothers - Steve and Jeff.
In the past, the former radio host has spoken fondly about her close bond with her family, including her brothers and older sister Kristine.
"My sister Kristine is a 35 year old qualified youth mentor, fitness instructor, children's yoga teacher and a mum of two daughters. We have always had a special bond and are genuinely the best of friends," the actress explained on her mental health website, Believe, which she co-launched with Kristine.
"Throughout our lives, we — along with our four brothers — have endured our fair share of challenges. During these testing times, my siblings and I have always armed together to support, encourage and guide each other through adversity to grow stronger than we ever were before."
Despite being separated from her loved ones for a long stint of the year, Sam's professional life has flourished in 2020 as she hits strides in her work as Jasmine on Home And Away.
"Our series producer Lucy Addario saw something in me and she backed me – I have goose bumps talking about it. I'm going to get emotional - but I didn't expect anyone to see potential in me and give me an opportunity like this. This show had positively impacted myself and my entire family. I'll never forget that," she told TV WEEK of joining the soapie.
She also appeared on the All New Monty, where she won praise for speaking so openly and honest about her past battles with her body image.