Solenn Heussaff and Nico Bolzico are moving into their new home.

A few days ago, via Instagram Stories, Solenn revealed that for most of the week, she had spent four hours every night cleaning up and packing their stuff.

And where was her husband?

Apparently, Nico had gone MIA. (Just kidding, he was just out of town.)

Solenn then hired movers to help out and in less than an hour, it was all done!

Solenn wrote in one of her stories, "What would have been really hassle to do on my own (I did it with my last apartment), isn't so stressful now."

It could be seen in her post that the furniture and breakables in the couple's bohemian-inspired condo unit in BGC were packed and ready to be transported into their new home.

Solenn and Nico, before and after they got married, had stayed in the same condo unit for seven years.

Previously, the Kapuso host-actress said it was time to move to a bigger home as "a mini upgrade."

She further shared, "It's not that big, maliit lang, since ayoko ng aso sa apartment....

"It's not naman ultra-modern. Mas parang American house, I would say.

"Hindi pa ako nag-decorate pero it would be more on Filipino furniture."

Solenn recently said she and Nico are hoping to have a baby next year, so changing homes is part of their preparation.

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