She recently became engaged for the second time to her husband Oliver Curtis following his 12-month stint in prison.
But speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday, Roxy Jacenko revealed that Oliver's time behind bars after being convicted for insider trading took a huge toll on their relationship.
The 37-year-old PR maven candidly divulged she initially 'didn't think there was any hope' for their marriage once he was a free man again.
'I didn't know whether we'd stay together': On Tuesday, Roxy Jacenko (left) exclusively revealed to Daily Mail Australia that she thought her marriage to Oliver Curtis (right) was over
'The reality is I didn't know whether we'd stay together, that's the truth. I really didn't think we would,' Roxy explained to Daily Mail Australia, adding: 'I didn't think there was any hope.'
However, the blonde publicist changed her tune after seeing the effect the experience had on Oliver.
The Sweaty Betty founder said that her husband was now more appreciative of their family and the sacrifices they made for him, such as embarking on 10-hour round trips to visit him at Cooma Correctional Centre.
'He's probably more grounded now. He is from a very privileged upbringing so being in that environment, you sort of take stock of what you've got and how lucky you are and you don't take anything for granted,' Roxy said.
Free man: Since his release