'PR Queen' And Socialite Roxy Jacenko Goes Vegan

The PR maven's dietary change follows a breast cancer diagnosis
The PR maven is now 100 percent plant-based (Photo: Facebook)

Australian businesswoman and socialite Roxy Jacenko has announced her decision to eschew animal products from her diet on social media today.

The 37-year-old media personality, who is known as the 'PR Queen' for her Sydney-based public relations firm Sweaty Betty PR, has taken to Instagram to announce that 'Vegan it is from now' to her 200,000 followers.

Her decision was well-received by followers (Photo: Instagram)

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"I wasn't sure but it's excellent. Summer shred," she added to the Instagram caption of a veggie-packed noodle bowl.

Instagram user @taradoff commented on the celeb's announcement: "You will love it," while @findstevenherenow said: "An excellent choice!"

@lizjud1 also added: "Great stuff, you'll never go back."

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Jacenko, who appeared on the third season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia TV show, made the dietary change following her breast cancer diagnosis last year.

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