Public relations queen Roxy Jacenko reveals the harrowing reason why she can not have more children

<pre><pre>Public relations queen Roxy Jacenko reveals the harrowing reason why she can not have more children

She is the source of public relations power that is the mother of two adorable young people, Pixie, seven and Hunter, four.

And now, Roxy Jacenko, 38, has revealed the heartbreaking reason why she can not have any more children.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Friday, the businesswoman said that her fight with breast cancer in 2016, has meant that it is very unlikely she can add to her baby.

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"It's funny how everyone asks me about more children": public relations queen Roxy Jacenko (pictured), 38, revealed the heartrending reason why she can not have any more children.

"It's funny how everyone always asks me about more children, I think they forget that after having cancer, there are no more children available," he said.

Roxy, who regularly uses the drug for the prevention of cancer tamoxifen, said the drug can affect the body itself.

"Radiating and living on drugs does terrible things for the system," Roxy revealed.

"Radiation and life with the drug do terrible things for the system itself": Roxy said that her battle against breast cancer in 2016, and subsequent medication has meant that it is very likely that she can not add to her baby

The founder of Sweaty Betty PR, known for having a close relationship with her two children, added that she is grateful to have them in her life.

& # 39; I already have two amazing children & # 39; he said.

Roxy went on to say that she would have limited options if she wanted to continue having children.

Challenging: The blond power continued saying that his only option would be the subrogation, given the extensive treatment he received for his cancer two years ago.

Challenging: The blond power continued saying that his only option would be the subrogation, given the extensive treatment he received for his cancer two years ago.

Defiant: The founder of Sweaty Betty PR continued saying that his only option would be surrogacy, given the extensive treatment he received for his cancer two years ago.

"The only option for me would be the subrogation after my cancer and the current treatment."

Roxy shares her two children with entrepreneur and partner Oliver Curtis.

Roxy had a hit on the road in July 2016 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, a few weeks after Oliver was sent to prison for conspiracy to commit insider trading.

Roxy underwent radiation treatment for six weeks and documented her surgery to remove breast cancer in a 60-minute interview in August.

In November of the same year, Roxy revealed to The Daily Telegraph that she would take a chemotherapy pill for the next decade.

"I did a test in the US that gave back a percentage of the cancer and it was a bit higher than the oncologist would have wanted," Roxy said.

& # 39; I already have two amazing kids & # 39 ;: Roxy said she was grateful to have her two children, Pixie, seven, and Hunter, four, (both in the photo)

& # 39; I already have two amazing kids & # 39 ;: Roxy said she was grateful to have her two children, Pixie, seven, and Hunter, four, (both in the photo)

& # 39; I already have two amazing kids & # 39 ;: Roxy said she was grateful to have her two children, Pixie, seven, and Hunter, four, (both in the photo)

"I have a 10 to 15 percent chance that he will return," he added.

Reflecting on her diagnosis, Roxy said her daughter Pixie, who was then five years old, "slept in my bed with my hand" after the devastating news.

Roxy had a second breast cancer scare in 2017.

Earlier this month, Roxy told Daily Mail Australia that her trials and tribulations have strengthened her.

"I'm between 10 and 15 percent likely to return ..." Roxy said she was not out of the woods, that she would take tamoxifen for the next decade. In the photo with her husband Oliver Curtis

"I'm between 10 and 15 percent likely to return ..." Roxy said she was not out of the woods, that she would take tamoxifen for the next decade. In the photo with her husband Oliver Curtis

"I'm between 10 and 15 percent likely to return …" Roxy said she was not out of the woods, that she would take tamoxifen for the next decade. In the photo with her husband Oliver Curtis

& # 39; Life is good. I could not ask for something better, "he told Daily Mail Australia.

"When someone told you," What does not kill you only makes you stronger ", he used to say:" Would you close the f ** k? Really? "

"But the reality is that it's true, we learned a lot about life during that time, it was a very difficult and very challenging time."

& # 39; Life is good. I could not ask for anything better: Roxy talked about her marriage and her family life, saying that things are now perfect with her husband Oliver, Pixie and Hunter.

& # 39; Life is good. I could not ask for anything better: Roxy talked about her marriage and her family life, saying that things are now perfect with her husband Oliver, Pixie and Hunter.

& # 39; Life is good. I could not ask for anything better: Roxy talked about her marriage and her family life, saying that things are now perfect with her husband Oliver, Pixie and Hunter.

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