Jasmine Stefanovic enjoys 5-star exit from hotel quarantine with daughter Harper

At your service! Jasmine Stefanovic enjoys a 5 star exit from the hotel quarantine with her daughter while getting help with all her luggage and toys from the QLD Police


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She has undergone 14 days of mandatory hotel quarantine with her 15-month-old daughter Harper after flying to Queensland to visit her ‘very sick’ grandmother.

And Jasmine Stefanovic and the adorable toddler were finally released on Wednesday, after their two-week stay at the Marriott in Brisbane.

The 37-year-old shoe designer was dressed casually for her departure in a white blouse over black leggings.

Day of freedom!  Jasmine Stefanovic and her 15-month-old daughter Harper (both pictured) were finally released from hotel quarantine on Wednesday, after spending 14 days at the Marriott in Brisbane

Day of freedom! Jasmine Stefanovic and her 15-month-old daughter Harper (both pictured) were finally released from hotel quarantine on Wednesday, after spending 14 days at the Marriott in Brisbane

She disguised herself as she and the little toddler exited the luxury hotel and headed for their waiting car.

Jasmine’s blond locks were pulled back into a high bun when she was finally allowed to leave the quarantine of the government-run hotel.

On her feet, Jasmine wore a pair of chunky pink, white, and black sneakers.

Back to basics: The 37-year-old shoe designer was dressed casually before leaving in a white blouse over black leggings

Back to basics: The 37-year-old shoe designer was dressed casually before leaving in a white blouse over black leggings

Back to basics: The 37-year-old shoe designer was dressed casually before leaving in a white blouse over black leggings

Safety first: She disguised herself as she and the toddler exited the luxury hotel and headed for their waiting car

Safety first: She disguised herself as she and the toddler exited the luxury hotel and headed for their waiting car

Safety first: She disguised herself as she and the toddler exited the luxury hotel and headed for their waiting car

Low maintenance: Jasmine's blonde locks were pulled back into a high bun when she was finally allowed to leave the quarantine of the government-run hotel

Low maintenance: Jasmine's blonde locks were pulled back into a high bun when she was finally allowed to leave the quarantine of the government-run hotel

Low maintenance: Jasmine’s blonde locks were pulled back into a high bun when she was finally allowed to leave the quarantine of the government-run hotel

Harper, who she shares with TV host Karl Stefanovic, looked adorable buttoned up in a pink dress adorned with brightly colored stars.

On reaching their vehicle, Jasmine was helped with her numerous bags and toys by a friendly police officer.

One particularly large item crammed into the back of her SUV was an inflatable slide used to entertain Harper during the prolonged lockdown.

Beautiful in pink!  Harper, who she shares with TV host Karl Stefanovic, looked adorable buttoned up in a pink dress adorned with brightly colored stars

Beautiful in pink!  Harper, who she shares with TV host Karl Stefanovic, looked adorable buttoned up in a pink dress adorned with brightly colored stars

Beautiful in pink! Harper, who she shares with TV host Karl Stefanovic, looked adorable buttoned up in a pink dress adorned with brightly colored stars

Well-heeled: On her feet, Jasmine wore a pair of chunky pink, white and black sneakers

Well-heeled: On her feet, Jasmine wore a pair of chunky pink, white and black sneakers

Well-heeled: On her feet, Jasmine wore a pair of chunky pink, white and black sneakers

Last Thursday it was announced that Jasmine and Harper were in mandatory hotel quarantine after traveling from Sydney to Brisbane.

On the Today show, Jasmine’s husband of nearly three, Karl, revealed that his wife and daughter had flown down the highway to be with her “very sick” grandmother.

The 47-year-old TV host explained that Jasmine is “incredibly close” to her 95-year-old grandmother, who had become unwell.

Helpful: On reaching their vehicle, Jasmine was helped with her numerous bags and toys by a friendly police officer

Helpful: On reaching their vehicle, Jasmine was helped with her numerous bags and toys by a friendly police officer

The police officer lends a hand

The police officer lends a hand

Helpful: On reaching their vehicle, Jasmine was helped with her numerous bags and toys by a friendly police officer

Prepared: Jasmine was filled with many bags of groceries and even children's toys

Prepared: Jasmine was filled with many bags of groceries and even children's toys

Prepared: Jasmine was filled with many bags of groceries and even children’s toys

Flink: One particularly large item crammed into the back of her SUV was an inflatable slide used to entertain Harper during the extended lockdown

Flink: One particularly large item crammed into the back of her SUV was an inflatable slide used to entertain Harper during the extended lockdown

Flink: One particularly large item crammed into the back of her SUV was an inflatable slide used to entertain Harper during the extended lockdown

“I want to talk about this because this is really big, where Jasmine and Harper are now and what they’re doing,” Karl began.

“So she had to go to Brisbane because her very sweet, sweet Nan, with whom she is incredibly close, is really, really, really sick.”

Jasmine was granted a special waiver by Queensland Health to travel from COVID-19-stricken Sydney to the Sunshine State to care for her ailing grandmother.

“This is happening to families across the country. It’s not easy,” he added.

Important visit: Jasmine has undergone 14 days of mandatory hotel quarantine with her 15-month-old daughter after flying to Queensland to visit her 'very sick' grandmother

Important visit: Jasmine has undergone 14 days of mandatory hotel quarantine with her 15-month-old daughter after flying to Queensland to visit her 'very sick' grandmother

Important visit: Jasmine has undergone 14 days of mandatory hotel quarantine with her 15-month-old daughter after flying to Queensland to visit her ‘very sick’ grandmother

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