Pip Edwards covers up in full PE Nation attire as she takes a leisurely stroll in Rose Bay – after revealing her personal health struggles
Pip Edwards proved on Monday that she is the best advertisement for her own brand when she stepped out for a walk in Sydney’s Rose Bay in full PE Nation attire.
The 42-year-old activewear designer pounded the pavement in a oversized orange sweater, leggings and a faded baseball cap, all of her brand.
Her look was completed with earrings, several rings and a pair of chunky blue and white sneakers.
During her solo walk, the mother of one kept herself entertained by listening to something on her phone.
It comes after Pip said her main focus was taking care of herself after revealing her private health struggles in March.
Pip Edwards, 42, (pictured) proved on Monday that she is the best publicity for her own brand when she stepped out for a walk in Sydney’s Rose Bay in full PE Nation attire
Speak against stellar magazine, she said her life was turned upside down almost three years ago after she was diagnosed with perimenopause
Menopause is the natural time in a woman’s life when she has gone 12 months without a period.
The term perimenopause refers to the transition phase to menopause and can be accompanied by symptoms such as irregular menstrual cycles, hot flashes, reduced fertility and sleeping problems.
The activewear designer pounded the pavement in an oversized orange sweater, leggings and a faded baseball cap, all from her brand
Most Australian women enter perimenopause in their mid-40s and then start between the ages of 45 and 60.
Pip, who developed symptoms in her late 30s, recalled being surprised by a severe hot flash while attending her 16-year-old son Justice’s basketball game.
“I had to get myself out and was literally in a frenzy to take my clothes off. I thought: this is not right!’ she said, adding that she was so overwhelmed she was reduced to “tears.”
It comes after Pip said her main focus was taking care of herself after revealing her private health struggles in March
Pip said she is now completely focused on her health and doesn’t care about recent scandals, including her ex Michael Clarke’s showdown in Noosa with his new girlfriend Jade Yarbrough. (Pictured: Pip and Michael in happier times)
Pip said she “didn’t notice” her symptoms before that because she was too focused on maintaining her fitness, growing her business and raising her only child Justice, who she shares with ex Dan Single.
Pip said she is now completely focused on her health and doesn’t care about recent scandals, including confronting her ex Michael Clarke in Noosa.
When asked if Michael had apologized for dragging her into the saga, Pip simply said it wasn’t “relevant.”
She also said the “hardest thing” about the fallout was dealing with her health battle behind closed doors.
In January, extraordinary footage emerged of a heated argument between Michael and Jade while they were on holiday in Noosa. (Pictured: Michael and Jade in happier times)