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Grant Denyer and wife Chezzi raise eyebrows as she appears to massage him during ‘loved-up’ display

Get a room! Grant Denyer and his wife Chezzi raise eyebrows as she appears to ‘massage’ him on the couch

They tied the knot eight years ago and share two adorable children, Sailor, seven, and Scout, two. 

And Grant Denyer and wife Chezzi sure know how to keep the fires of passion burning in their marriage.

Chezzi, 40, raised eyebrows on Friday when she was seen intimately massaging her husband in an image shared by his new radio co-host, Ash London.   

Get a room! Grant Denyer and his wife Chezzi raised eyebrows on Friday when she appeared  to ‘massage’ him on the couch at the 2DayFM studios in Sydney 

The blonde flashes a cheeky grin to the camera while Grant appears to sleep.

The presence of his phone on his lap suggests Chezzi could have attempting to snatch the device.

2Day FM recently announced Ash as Em Rusciano’s permanent replacement on station’s breakfast show with Grant and Ed Kavalee. 

New line-up: Meanwhile, 2Day FM recently announced Ash (far right) as Em Rusciano's permanent replacement on station's breakfast show with Grant and Ed Kavalee

New line-up: Meanwhile, 2Day FM recently announced Ash (far right) as Em Rusciano’s permanent replacement on station’s breakfast show with Grant and Ed Kavalee

Chezzi recently revealed her battle with postnatal depression and anxiety almost destroyed her marriage.

In an interview with Studio 10 last month, she spoke candidly about her battle with the debilitating mental illness after welcoming her eldest daughter Sailor.  

‘Poor Grant kind of copped the brunt of it a bit. He would go away and then come home, and I would just fly off the handle for no reason at him,’ she told the show’s panel. 

Going strong: Chezzi recently revealed her battle with postnatal depression and anxiety almost destroyed her marriage

Going strong: Chezzi recently revealed her battle with postnatal depression and anxiety almost destroyed her marriage

In a pre-recorded video message on the show, Grant described this period of their lives as being both ‘scary’ and ‘confusing’. 

It’s not the first time Chezzi has spoken about her struggle with postnatal depression and anxiety. 

In a post on her blog, The Chezzi Diaries, back in June, she admitted she was in denial for a long time about her illness.

‘I was NOT OK. I was telling myself that I WAS OK. Everyone I was talking to was encouraging me, and telling me that what I was experiencing was NORMAL. But nothing felt “normal”,’ she wrote.

'Poor Grant copped the brunt!' In an interview with Studio 10 last month, she spoke candidly about her battle with the debilitating mental illness after welcoming her eldest daughter Sailor

‘Poor Grant copped the brunt!’ In an interview with Studio 10 last month, she spoke candidly about her battle with the debilitating mental illness after welcoming her eldest daughter Sailor

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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