Dylan Alcott’s sexologist girlfriend Chantelle Otten, 32, shares exciting family announcement
Chantelle Otten, 32, the girlfriend of Paralympic hero Dylan Alcott, 32, has updated fans on the couples plans to start a family.
The 32-year-old sexologist took to Instagram on Wednesday to tell followers that she is currently going through hormone fertility therapy.
This is the second time Chantelle has elected to freeze her eggs since she first started dating Dylan in 2018.
And in a courageous move, the glamorous celebrity also said she would be happy to donate her eggs to others.
Earlier this year, Chantelle and Dylan opened up about their fertility journey on the Channel reality show, Big Miracles.
Chantelle Otten, 32, the girlfriend of Paralympic hero Dylan Alcott, 32, took to social media on Wednesday to update fans on the couples plans to start a family. Both pictured
In a new video (pictured) Chantelle explained she has just started hormone therapy in preparation to start freezing her eggs
Wearing a snug fitting burgundy-coloured dress with a plunging neckline, Chantelle delivered her exciting family news in a short video, while holding a large package containing her hormone medication.
‘I’m actually going through my second round of egg freezing at the moment,’ Chantelle began.
‘I think a lot of people watched Dyl [Dylan] and I, on Big Miracles, a few months ago,’ she continued.
‘And yeah I’m just doing another round because I want to have them there for when we are ready but also I can donate afterwards as well.
This is the second time Chantelle has elected to freeze her eggs since the couple first started dating in 2018
‘I know plenty of people who might not have as good of a journey as I am having with egg freezing because I have a lot of eggs unlike the Easter bunny so if anyone has questions about it please let me know.’
Chantelle and Dylan first detailed their fertility journey in Big Miracles.
The show revealed that the couple elected to freeze Chantelle’s eggs to ensure they are healthy when they decide to start a family.
In one scene the couple said they wanted to share their experience so others would feel less alone when making decisions about their fertility journey.
Chantelle and Dylan first detailed their fertility journey in Chanel Nine’s reality series Big Miracles, which featured stories of couples dealing with the ups and downs of conception