Giuliana Rancic & Duke: Matching Christmas PJs

Proud mama Giuliana Rancic posted a festive photo with son Duke, 4, via Instagram Sunday.

“We just couldn’t wait until Christmas to put on these super cute, super soft pjs!!!! And yes @billrancic, your pair is on its way,” she captioned the cute snapshot in their matching Christmas pyjamas. 

She added: “How cute are these reindeer @jamminjammies onesies?? If you want a pair for you and your family/friends, u can order yours tonight in time for Christmas morning ❤️⛄️??www.shopjamminjammies.com #socute #sosoft #obsessed #familyfun #friends #luv #ad #gsobsessions.”

The reality star, 42, also posted an inspirational message on her 5-year anniversary of being cancer-free.

“Everything will be OK in the end. If it’s not OK, it’s not the end.” Ever since I was diagnosed with breast cancer, this quote has been my mantra. These words have been my anthem, my inspiration, my comfort and my prayer. They gave me hope that the emotional and physical struggles that had suddenly consumed my life were NOT my life forever. That this was temporary, and I would pass through this storm and feel the sun on the other side. That I would one day feel like “me’ again and be OK. This week, these words are especially meaningful as I celebrate an important milestone – the one I have prayed for every night for one thousand, eight hundred and twenty-seven nights: Five years cancer-free. Now that I’ve reached this critical milestone, the odds of the breast cancer coming back are not gone but exponentially lower. Breast cancer is more of my history, less of my present, but that doesn’t mean I am leaving this battlefield. Through my journey, I have met those who, it breaks my heart to say, did not reach this milestone. This past year alone, more than 40,000 people died of breast cancer, while another 300,000 received the devastating diagnosis and began their own journeys through the storm. And I pray for them all. To those we have lost, I will keep your spirit alive by continuing your fight. And for those who are fighting now, I will pray for you and hope that the same words that helped pull me through the darkest hours will give you some comfort, too. That you will have faith that everything will be OK in the end. For me, this week marks a new beginning. I breathe a sigh of relief as I come to the end of this five-year marathon and cross the most significant finish line of my life so far. I can now declare, with immense gratitude and God’s love, that I can feel the sun shining on my face. And I can also say that I’m finally…OK,” she wrote.

Prior to welcoming Duke with husband Bill Rancic, Giuliana went through three rounds of IVF treatments before finding out she had breast cancer. The couple put their plans to start a family on hold while Giuliana underwent a double mastectomy.

After beating cancer, the Rancics turned to a surrogate who would later deliver Duke. Unfortunately, the same gestational carrier miscarried their last remaining embryo.

“Everything will be OK in the end. If it’s not OK, it’s not the end.” Ever since I was diagnosed with breast cancer, this quote has been my mantra. These words have been my anthem, my inspiration, my comfort and my prayer. They gave me hope that the emotional and physical struggles that had suddenly consumed my life were NOT my life forever. That this was temporary, and I would pass through this storm and feel the sun on the other side. That I would one day feel like “me’ again and be OK. This week, these words are especially meaningful as I celebrate an important milestone – the one I have prayed for every night for one thousand, eight hundred and twenty-seven nights: Five years cancer-free. Now that I’ve reached this critical milestone, the odds of the breast cancer coming back are not gone but exponentially lower. Breast cancer is more of my history, less of my present, but that doesn’t mean I am leaving this battlefield. Through my journey, I have met those who, it breaks my heart to say, did not reach this milestone. This past year alone, more than 40,000 people died of breast cancer, while another 300,000 received the devastating diagnosis and began their own journeys through the storm. And I pray for them all. To those we have lost, I will keep your spirit alive by continuing your fight. And for those who are fighting now, I will pray for you and hope that the same words that helped pull me through the darkest hours will give you some comfort, too. That you will have faith that everything will be OK in the end. For me, this week marks a new beginning. I breathe a sigh of relief as I come to the end of this five-year marathon and cross the most significant finish line of my life so far. I can now declare, with immense gratitude and God’s love, that I can feel the sun shining on my face. And I can also say that I’m finally…OK. A photo posted by Giuliana Rancic (@giulianarancic) on

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