Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are home after 3-week Bahamas quarantine

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Not all quarantines are as unique as Kristin Cavallari and husband Jay Cutler’s.

The Nashville-based couple had been documenting their experience in the Bahamas, where they spent the past few weeks with their three kids and close friends, Justin Anderson and Austin Rhodes, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“Three weeks of isolation, man,” hairstylist Anderson posted Wednesday to Instagram. “This island family has figured out our groove. Fitness is a priority so we alternate kid duty to get our sweat on each morning.”

The group faced some social media backlash to their sun-splashed Instagram posts.

He added, “This is where we happen to be isolated, don’t compare your situation or say something sh—y and judgmental — just be positive bc i genuinely believe that being positive is what we all need right now.”

In a statement Tuesday to The Post, Anderson confirmed he was back in the US.

“I was in the Bahamas for the past few weeks with some close family and friends. While there, we followed all guidelines put forward by health officials and stayed up to date with the news coming from back home,” Anderson said in a statement.

He continued, “I am beyond happy to report that we have made it back home to Nashville, and are diligently continuing to follow local and national guidelines. This includes socially isolating and keeping, not only us, but those outside of our walls, safe and out of harm’s way.”

Cavallari, 33, also confirmed Tuesday morning she and her family had made it home as well.

“We had a short window to get out of the Bahamas so we jumped all over it,” the Uncommon James designer posted on her story.

Cavallari and Cutler initially started posting from their spring break getaway in mid-March, with the former Bears quarterback, 36, introducing fans to his volleyball pal, Molten.

The Prime Minister of the Bahamas announced on March 23 the “closing of all airports and seaports of The Bahamas to incoming international flights carrying visitors,” per the US Embassy’s website. Information regarding private and commercial charters was also listed, urging US citizens in the Bahamas to “leave as soon as possible.”

On Monday, “the Bahamas’ House of Assembly passed a resolution to extend the current emergency powers orders to combat the spread of COVID-19 until April 30 – including airport restrictions,” the site also noted.

As of Monday, the Bahamas has 33 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 339 people in quarantine.