‘No third child on the way!’ Roxy Jacenko denies she is having another baby with husband Oliver Curtis – as she reveals it would be ‘pretty hard’ to conceive after her cancer treatment
Roxy Jacenko already shares two children with her husband Oliver Curtis: seven-year-old daughter Pixie and four-year-old son Hunter.
And on Thursday, the 39-year-old Sweaty Betty PR founder addressed speculation she could be expecting her third child.
She wrote on Instagram: ‘Asked if I am expecting? No third child on the way and post breast cancer treatment and radiation, it would be pretty hard.’
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‘No third child on the way!’ Roxy Jacenko has denied she is having another baby with husband Oliver Curtis, admitting it would be ‘pretty hard’ to conceive after her cancer treatment. The couple are pictured with their two children, Pixie and Hunter
She added: ‘If you need me I’ll be in the lane doing star jumps to slim down!’
Roxy accompanied her post with a photo of herself doing star jumps outside her Paddington office.
The PR guru began a six-week radiation program and underwent partial removal surgery for breast cancer in August 2016.
Nothing to see here! Roxy shared a photo of herself performing star jumps and reassured her Instagram followers she was not pregnant
She had been diagnosed with cancer shortly after her husband Oliver, 33, was jailed for two years for insider trading. (He eventually served 12 months behind bars before being granted early release for good behaviour).
Roxy still takes breast cancer prevention drug Tamoxifen daily.
In 2017, Roxy had a second breast cancer scare, when another lump was found during a routine check up.
Cancer treatment: The Sweaty Betty PR founder began a six-week radiation program and underwent partial removal surgery for breast cancer in August 2016
‘I really should have had a check-up, ultrasound, mammogram and MRI earlier but I decided to make my own rules and get to it when I “had time”. It was not a smart move,’ she said at the time.
Her doctor declared the growth benign three days after a biopsy.
Roxy has twice-yearly scans given the high chance of a recurrence of the disease during the first five years after diagnosis.
Battles: Roxy still takes breast cancer prevention drug Tamoxifen daily