Her husband Sean McEwen nearly lost his battle with Covid-19 when he contracted the virus last year.
And Home and Away star Tammin Sursok recalled the heartbreaking moment she thought he was going to die in an Instagram post before Thanksgiving on Thursday.
“Almost a year ago today, I didn’t know if this picture would become a reality,” she wrote alongside two family portraits of Sean and their two daughters, Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two.
Heartbreaking moment: Home and Away Tammin Sursok remembers the day her ‘world was turned upside down’ when her husband Sean McEwen nearly died after contracting Covid-19
“My husband got severe Covid around this time last year and my world was turned upside down,” she continued.
“Life isn’t always perfect and sometimes it’s a bumpy road, but when I focus on what I’m grateful for, everything makes sense,” she added.
“There is so much joy, beauty and magic in this world, if we only focus long enough to see it. What are you grateful for this year?’
Grateful: “Almost a year ago today, I didn’t know if this picture would become a reality,” she wrote alongside two family portraits of Sean and their two daughters, Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two.
Earlier this year, Tammin returned to Australia after living in Los Angeles with her family.
And now it turns out that she plans to stay with her clan. planning to stay with her clan.
During an appearance on Today Extra last week, the actress said, “My husband and I kept saying we would come back to Australia to split our time in both places.”
She is back! Tammin hinted that she is permanently residing in Australia with her family after living in Los Angeles for 15 years during an interview on Today Extra last week
“And because of work we were in LA, but I feel like I put it into the universe and I’m a big protester and I feel like this happened to us because we’re meant to be here,” he continued. they.
‘I came here [Queensland] for a movie, but then the borders closed and it was great.
“We’ve been in Queensland for almost six months now, but I love it so much. The kids are in school and I don’t think I’ve ever spent much time here.’
And the star, who rose to international fame after starring in Pretty Little Liars, seems to be regaining her Aussie accent after months of being Down Under.
She has been working Down Under on her role in a new Australian drama, The Good Hustle, based on real female publicists she has met in her life.
Making Australia home: Tammin returned to Australia earlier this year with her husband Sean McEwen and their daughters, Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two
New Role: She was Down Under in her role in a new Australian drama, The Good Hustle, based on real-life female publicists she met in her life
“It’s based on that high-profile businesswoman trying to start a family and manage their personal life at the same time and also try to be successful in their own business and company.”
“It’s hard, especially for women, to do everything. And climbing the ladder as a woman is not easy; I feel like you have to work harder.’
Tammin is a highly motivated mother and career woman who works hard to balance both.
She and her producer husband Sean McEwen have been married for ten years.
Family: Tammin and her producer husband Sean McEwen celebrate ten years of marriage. They share two children, Phoenix, seven, and Lennon, two. All pictured