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Brittany Hockley has an update on her fertility journey

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Brittany Hockley has come full circle in that she first rose to fame on reality TV, and is currently starring on another reality TV show - this time, of course, in the jungle. But a lot has happened in the intervening six years…

It was 2018 when Brittany appeared on The Bachelor in the now-infamous season featuring Nick Cummins, yet the woman joining today’s episode of Something To Talk About has come a long way since with the former hospital radiographer going on to co-host both a successful podcast and radio show with her close friend and fellow Bachelor alum Laura Byrne. 

Just before she flew out to South Africa for the new season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, Brittany sat down for a wide-ranging conversation about being off the grid while she is in the jungle, navigating both the good and the bad that comes with being one of the most high-profile women in the country, and how she feels about the narrative that still pits successful women against one another. 

She also speaks at length about the fertility journey she’s been on over the past few years. As she says: “No matter where you're at in your journey to motherhood, you are allowed to feel how you feel. That is something that's often taken away from women: that they're not allowed to feel anything. But you are.”

I Am a Celebrity… Get Me Out Here! airs at 7.30pm on Network 10 and 10Play.

You can also hear more from Brittany Hockley on her radio show, The Pickup, or via the Life Uncut podcast

Find more from Stellar via Instagram @stellarmag or pick up a copy inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), Sunday Herald Sun (VIC), The Sunday Mail (QLD) and Sunday Mail (SA)

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