Ten-week-old Chester Rabet had an operation at Southampton General Hospital on Monday 18 January and had recovered sufficiently to return home last Friday.
He was diagnosed with the congenital heart disease tricuspid atresia soon after his mother, Rachel, attended her 20-week scan last July.
Medics also picked up other abnormalities relating to hypoplastic right heart syndrome and ventricular septal defect.
Mrs Rabet said her son had responded ‘amazingly’ and that the pair were now self-isolating at home following their flight back to the Island.
Chester’s father, John, was unable to accompany his son and wife to England as a result of Covid-19 restrictions. The couple have three other children: Braiden (9), seven-year-old Cassidy and Paisley (19 months).
Speaking to the JEP before her trip, Mrs Rabet criticised the lack of support provided by the government, but paid tribute to three Jersey charities which had helped her: Family First, the Grace Crocker Family Support Foundation and Friends of SCBU.