GIULIANA Rancic shared a rare snap of her son, Duke, as she reflected on the power of family support during her breast cancer battle.
The E! News reporter, 45, who was diagnosed in 2011, posted two bright and sunny images with the seven-year-old to her Instagram on Thursday.
The interviewer, who underwent a bilateral mastectomy, posed on wooden deck steps as the sun set, with Duke – whom she shares with husband Bill.
She captioned thanking Janie and Jack for their financial commitment to her breast cancer charity, FabUWish.
Giuliana explained the clothing store would donate 25% of profits from its Think Pink collection to the charity, which grants wishes to those going through cancer treatment.
She wrote: “Family is the most important part of my life, and I’ll always remember how my family supported me throughout my #breastcancer journey.”
She concluded: “Thank you Janie and Jack!!! Your generosity will put smiles on so many deserving faces.”
Giuliana was wearing a white T-shirt and pale pink jeans in the sweet snap.
Duke was color co-ordinated in white slacks and a pink shirt.
The couple’s son was welcomed via gestational surrogate in 2012, after multiple rounds of IVF didn’t result in a pregnancy.
Speaking of her diagnosis, Giuliana told Survivor.net: “The diagnosis was almost impossible to take in.”
“Hearing [my doctor] say, ‘I’m so sorry, but you have breast cancer,’ was awful,” she told them. “I’m going, ‘How did I get here? I was perfectly healthy, I had no family history of breast cancer.’”
“It felt like the ground had been just pulled from beneath me. And I was just falling through darkness,” she said.
Rancic faced backlash, in February 2015, over her controversial comments about synthetic dreadlocks worn by Zendaya at the Oscars – remarking that the hair looked like it smelled of “patchouli and weed.”
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