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Roxy Jacenko reveals her bruises are clearing up

She suffered a bad fall earlier this month after slipping in the bathroom.

But Roxy Jacenko is on the mend.

It was evident the PR maven’s bruises are slowly fading as she stepped out in a racy animal print skirt on Wednesday.

On the mend! Roxy Jacenko bruises are clearing up following a bad fall in the bathroom as she shows off her trim pins in a racy animal print skirt 

A huge painful-looking bruise on her right leg appears to be getting better and smaller ones on her left leg have almost disappeared.

Out and about in Sydney, the businesswoman beauty, 37, also flaunted her gym-honed legs in her designer attire.

She teamed the leopard skirt with a simple black T-shirt and a pair of chic Chanel ballet flats.  

Leggy: Out and about in Sydney, the businesswoman beauty also flaunted her gym-honed legs in her designer attire

Leggy: Out and about in Sydney, the businesswoman beauty also flaunted her gym-honed legs in her designer attire

As always, Roxy adorned herself with jewels, including her $250,000 diamond engagement ring from her husband Oliver Curtis and new eternity band, priced at $50,000.

Last week, a friend of the entrepreneur told Daily Mail Australia that Roxy injured herself when she ‘slipped over on the wet floor of her bathroom at home’.

‘Roxy had a very bad accident in the evening. She slipped over on the wet floor of her bathroom at home, fell onto the bath, hit her leg, arm and then face,’ the friend told Daily Mail Australia.

Having broken two of her front teeth, the source went on to add that Roxy had to have ’emergency dental work to fix the teeth’.

Meanwhile, Roxy has been busy preparing for her upcoming In Conversation with seminar, scheduled for February 16 on the Gold Coast.

She will share her tips and trade secrets on building a brand at the mentoring session.

Having founded the reputable company Sweaty Betty PR at just 24-years-of-age, Roxy has grown the business into a multi-million dollar empire, representing some of Australia’s biggest brands over the past 13 years.

Always one step ahead, Roxy founded The Ministry of Talent in 2012, the country’s first management agency solely dedicated to digital influencers.

Looking back over her career to-date, the event planner told Daily Mail Australia that the business has taught her to always take risks.

‘From the day I started I took risks and never settled with what would be good enough or what would ‘do’. I always did and continue to take risks that will see us break the rules and not conform.’

 



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