Pregnant Chezzi Denyer reveals her cankles and bruises on her legs after falling over while suffering vertigo ahead of the birth of her third baby with husband Grant
She’s expecting her third child with her husband, TV host Grant Denyer.
And on Tuesday, Chezzi Denyer revealed not even her swollen ankles and bouts of vertigo was stopping her from feeling happy and content.
Uploading a photo with her two daughters, Scout and Sailor, the 42-year-old showed off her growing belly bump and shared a pregnancy update with her followers.
‘Not even cankles can make me cranky’: Chezzi Denyer 42, has revealed that her ‘hormones are in full swing’ as she prepared to welcome her third child with husband, Grant Denyer. Pictured with her daughters Scout and Sailor
‘I haven’t felt quite normal for months now,’ Cheryl began, revealing she has been ‘crying, laughing then crying again’.
The mother-of-three joked her ‘swollen cankles were coming along nicely,’ before she revealed she also had been suffering from vertigo from time to time causing her to fall over and bruise her legs.
‘I just have such a profound acknowledgement of love right now. Is that even a thing? I just feel happy and loved. Not even cankles can make me cranky..’ she wrote.
Labour pains! The mother-of-three joked her ‘swollen cankles were coming along nicely,’ before she revealed she also had been suffering from vertigo from time to time causing her to fall over and bruise her legs
When four becomes five! Grant and his wife Chezzi recently announced that they are expecting their third child in March 2021
Cheryl explained that despite being in the middle of renovations and her home being ‘a real mess’, she has never been so happy and content.
Chezzi’s update comes after she was left outraged after receiving rude comments from strangers about her decision to have a child at 40.
Taking to Instagram last month, the mum-of-three shared several examples of the disgraceful comments she’s received from strangers in her hometown of Bathurst.
Unkind: Chezzi was left outraged after receiving rude comments from strangers about her decision to have a child at 40
She wrote: ‘I am 40 years old and having a baby… I live in country NSW and get comments like… “Why would you at your age?” “Was it an accident?” “Are you worried something will be wrong with the baby?”‘
Former TV producer Chezzi, who shares daughters Scout, four, and Sailor, eight, with her husband, explained that despite the negativity in her local area, she has received plenty of positive messages from friends living in other parts of Australia.
‘But on the flip side, many of my friends 40+ living in Sydney or Melbourne are only now trying to have their first child,’ she explained.
She then added that she feels more ‘calm and confident’ this time round and she credits that to her age.
‘There’s something you don’t have when you’re really young and that is wisdom.. and my ripe old age of 40 I feel I have plenty,’ she concluded.
Wiser with age: Chezzi added that she feels more ‘calm and confident’ this time round and she credits that to her age. Pictured all together