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Roxy Jacenko is a Yummy Mama and shows off her figure with a sleek black swimsuit

Luscious mom Roxy Jacenko shows off her figure in a chic $438 swimsuit, after clearing up rumors that she’s joining The Real Housewives of Sydney.

Roxy Jacenko was showing off her luscious mummy figure on Monday night.

The 42-year-old PR queen slid her physique into a sleek black swimsuit, showing off her looks in a mirror selfie.

Posted to Instagram Stories, the image showed Roxy striking a pose in her dressing room while modeling the expensive Jil Sander swimsuit, which is valued at $438.

Roxy Jacenko (pictured) was showing off her luscious mummy figure on Monday night. The 42-year-old PR queen slashed her physique in a sleek black swimsuit, showing off her looks in a mirror selfie.

She explained in her caption that she had found the one-piece in her belongings and gave it a spin trying it on.

It comes after Roxy addressed rumors that she is joining the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney.

He shut down speculation following reports that Foxtel plans to revive the series with a new cast.

Roxy, who is an ambassador for Nine’s streaming service Stan, said she wouldn’t dare join a “rival network.”

Roxy Has Addressed Rumors That She Will Join The Cast Of The Real Housewives Of Sydney

Roxy has addressed rumors that she will join the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney

‘Nope! Okay, apparently I’m on Housewives,’ he told Daily Mail Australia at Stan’s blue carpet premiere for Poker face.

‘Someone from Stan called me and said, “Are you doing Housewives?” I’m like, “Well, since it’s on a rival network, no, I’m not.”

‘And number two, I don’t even know who started that [rumour]. But not. Apparently I am, but not that I have heard,” she added.

‘But hey, you’re keeping me relevant. I’m fine with that.

The Real Housewives Of Sydney First Aired On Foxtel In 2017, But Never Made It To Air In The Us After Executives At The Bravo Network Deemed It Too Extreme.

The Real Housewives of Sydney first aired on Foxtel in 2017, but never made it to air in the US after executives at the Bravo network deemed it too extreme.

Rumors surfaced last month that Foxtel was secretly working on a new season of The Real Housewives of Sydney.

A source told Daily Mail Australia that the producers were keen to find a “nicer cast” than the polarizing personalities of the first season.

“They’re really looking for stay at home moms who have genuine connections or pre-existing issues with each other,” they added.

Stan'S Ambassador Posed On The Blue Carpet At The Premiere Of Poker Face On Tuesday Night.

Stan’s ambassador posed on the blue carpet at the premiere of Poker Face on Tuesday night.

Roxy confirmed in 2017 that she had turned down Sydney’s installment, later commenting that the cast were too “mean” for each other.

When contacted by Daily Mail Australia for comment at the time, she laughed off the rumors but admitted that it would make for “good TV”.

The Real Housewives of Sydney first aired on Foxtel in 2017, but never made it to air in the US after executives at the Bravo network deemed it too extreme.

Roxy Confirmed In 2017 That She Had Turned Down Sydney'S Installment, Later Commenting That The Cast Were Too 'Bad' For Each Other.

Roxy confirmed in 2017 that she had turned down Sydney’s installment, later commenting that the cast were too ‘bad’ for each other.

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