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LA-based Curtis Stone on whether he’s considered moving back to Australia

‘It’s not pretty in California’: Curtis Stone reveals he’s considered moving back to Australia with his family amid America’s COVID-19 crisis

Curtis Stone is now based in Los Angeles with actress wife Lindsay Price and their brood, after having launched his first solo restaurant in Beverly Hills in 2014.

And in The Daily Telegraph’s Stellar magazine this weekend, the celebrity chef revealed whether he’s considered moving back to Australia amid America’s COVID-19 crisis.

The 45-year-old said that while commitments Stateside make it difficult to spend two weeks holed up in quarantine, he and Lindsay, 44, are ‘keeping an open mind’.

‘It’s not pretty in California’: Curtis Stone (pictured in 2019), 45, revealed to The Daily Telegraph’s Stellar magazine this weekend, whether he’s considered moving back to Australia with his family amid America’s COVID-19 crisis

Asked as to whether a trip to Australia is on the cards, Curtis said: ‘We’ve been in a sort of “holding pattern”, I guess is the best way to describe it. 

‘With everything going on with COVID, we can’t come back unless we quarantine and I’ve got some commitments and stuff over here (Los Angeles). 

‘I’ll probably get back [at some point] this year and who knows? We’re keeping an open mind.’ 

Curtis, who lives Los Angeles’ Brentwood with Lindsay and their children, sons Hudson, nine, and Emerson, six, also described California’s current COVID crisis.   

Staying put... for now: Asked as to whether a trip to Australia is on the cards, Curtis said that while commitments Stateside make it difficult to spend two weeks holed up in quarantine, he and actress wife Lindsay Price (pictured), 44, are 'keeping an open mind'

Staying put… for now: Asked as to whether a trip to Australia is on the cards, Curtis said that while commitments Stateside make it difficult to spend two weeks holed up in quarantine, he and actress wife Lindsay Price (pictured), 44, are ‘keeping an open mind’ 

‘We’re doing everything we can to stay in the game and ride it out,’ he said, going on to add: ‘It’s not pretty over here in California at the moment. We’re just doing whatever we can to stay positive.’   

As of Saturday January 23, California has recorded 3.14 million COVID-19 cases and over 36,000 deaths.

Curtis has become a household name in both Australia and the United States, cashing in as a best-selling cookbook author and television personality.

Staying positive: Curtis, who shares sons Hudson, nine, and Emerson, six (both pictured) with Lindsay, also described California's current COVID crisis, 'It's not pretty over here in California at the moment. We're just doing whatever we can to stay positive'

Staying positive: Curtis, who shares sons Hudson, nine, and Emerson, six (both pictured) with Lindsay, also described California’s current COVID crisis, ‘It’s not pretty over here in California at the moment. We’re just doing whatever we can to stay positive’ 

Culinary king: Curtis has become a household name in both Australia and the United States, cashing in as a best-selling cookbook author and television personality. He also owns two restaurants in Los Angeles, Gwen and Maude, named after his grandmothers

Culinary king: Curtis has become a household name in both Australia and the United States, cashing in as a best-selling cookbook author and television personality. He also owns two restaurants in Los Angeles, Gwen and Maude, named after his grandmothers 

He is also the owner of two restaurants in Los Angeles, Gwen and Maude, named after his grandmothers.

Despite his fame, Curtis told The Australian Women’s Weekly in 2018 that his childhood in Melbourne was ‘humble’.

‘I didn’t grow up wealthy,’ he said. ‘We lived in a neighbourhood that was pretty humble, where I played a lot of football, and I feel more at home in that environment than I do anywhere. But it’s true that in LA we live a fabulous life.’    

Read more: Curtis' full interview is featured in The Daily Telegraph's Stellar magazine, out now

Read more: Curtis’ full interview is featured in The Daily Telegraph’s Stellar magazine, out now

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