Roxy Jacenko steps out on a pair of crutches as she visits Taronga Zoo with her husband Oliver Curtis and their children- after fractu
Roxy Jacenko steps out on a pair of crutches as she visits Taronga Zoo with her husband Oliver Curtis and their children- after fracturing her hip and pelvis in a horse-riding accident
She fractured her pelvis and hip after falling off a horse last week.
But even broken bones didn’t stop Roxy Jacenko from enjoying a family day out with her husband Oliver Curtis and their two children, Pixie, eight and Hunter, six.
On Sunday, the PR maven, 40, attended the official opening of the African Savannah Precinct at Taronga Zoo in Sydney while on crutches.
Nothing stopping her! Roxy Jacenko stepped out on a pair of crutches as she visited Taronga Zoo with her husband Oliver Curtis and their children on Sunday
Roxy kept warm in black tight pants, a matching coloured jumper and a pair of white sneakers as she hobbled around.
She styled her blonde hair straight, and opted to wear a neutral palette of makeup to the event.
The 40-year-old held a Louis Vuitton cross-body bag and wore a pair of sunglasses to protect herself from the glare.
Oliver also kept warm in a black jumper, puffer vest, and white hat as he posed with Roxy, who sat in a wheelchair, and their two children.
Family: She kept warm in black pants, a matching coloured jumper and a pair of white sneakers as she posed with her family
Last week, Roxy was hospitalised for two days after falling off a horse.
The PR maven fractured her pelvis and hip during the fall, despite initially believing she had only sustained minor injuries.
‘I am okay, I have a fractured pelvis and hip after a saddle slip accident when I was riding last week,’ Roxy told Daily Mail Australia.
Accident: Last week, Roxy was hospitalised for two days after falling off a horse
She added: ‘Spent two days at St Vincent’s [Hospital] however no surgery. The team were remarkable in both Emergency and CCU.’
‘My Orthopaedic Surgeon is confident that over the course of the next six weeks the areas will heal themselves with bed rest, non-weight bearing movements on the left leg hence the use of crutches for any movement.’
Roxy also explained she would be taking anti-inflammatory medicines and Clexane injections daily.
Cowgirl! Before the accident, Roxy had shared a photo of herself in her Western-inspired outfit