Demi Moore has been spotted looking tanned and healthy in Los Angeles as her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher tweeted a positive song.
For the first time since her January emergency phone call, Moore has been photographed exiting a private plane in Los Angeles, wearing loose-fitting clothing and appearing healthy, according to TMZ.
A source close to the 49-year-old actress confirmed that Moore had visited Utah's Cirque Lodge rehab center before staying at a private resident at Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos before returning to L.A. this week.
The lives of Moore and those associated with her seem to be returning to normal as well. Her estranged husband, "Two and a Half Men" actor Ashton Kutcher, has returned to the set of the show.
Kutcher is also back on Twitter, posting more frequently than he had been in the months following Moore's divorce announcement in November.
Several recent posts indicate Kutcher is moving forward from the split from Moore.
Using his Spotify account, Kutcher indicated he was listening to the song "Truth" by Alexander Ebert.
'"Not mad at this jam either," posted the actor providing a link to the song, which include the uplifting lyrics, "I've grown up some," and "have faith in myself."
Last month, the 34-year-old actor posted a quote about challenging oneself.
"The minute I find something has become repetitive or easy, I know it's time to quickly find a new target for my energy, - Kasparov," wrote Kutcher.
While Kutcher and Moore "are not getting back together," he did pay Moore a visit during her recuperation period, a source told People magazine.
The insider added that Kutcher went because "he knew it was important to her daughters."
Moore shares three daughters with ex husband Bruce Willis. Their eldest, 23-year-old Rumer, remains close to Kutcher, according to the magazine.
Willis is also active on Twitter. While 23-year-old avoids topics about her mother, she posted on the social media site Monday: "So excited to be at the Miami Film Festival to support my movie Diary of Preston Plummer."