Novak Djokovic’s wife Jelena makes cosmetics from her own BREAST MILK as Serb is booed after retiring from US Open – The Sun

JELENA DJOKOVIC has revealed she will make cosmetics from her own BREAST MILK.

The wife of tennis' world No1 Novak Djokovic, 33, has explained she can't bring herself to throw away her frozen breast milk and will use it for soaps, amongst other things.

The Djokovics welcomed son Stefan to the world in October 2014 before having a second child, daughter Tara, three years later – in September 2017.

And Jelena posted a snap of her leftover milk on social media to reveal she had concocted a plan to ensure it doesn't go to waste.

Djokovic captioned the post: "Came back home after few months of travel and I found all these frozen breast milk bags.

"Nights and days of pumping and part of me just cannot believe we didn't use them all!

"Now that everybody says they expired and I should throw it away… I just couldn't.

"Luckily, @foryouandyourbaby as always, encouraged me to find another purpose for them – make a soap, a bath… use it for cosmetics :)))

"And I will!!!"


While Jelena has been getting her new enterprise up and running, husband Novak was forced to retire from his US Open fourth round match with Stan Wawrinka.

Having lost the first two sets, Djokovic was forced to pull out of the match with a shoulder injury, and cruelly booed by the crowd at Flushing Meadows.

He said afterwards: “I’m sorry for the crowd.

"Obviously they came to see a full match, and just wasn’t to be. I mean, a lot of people didn’t know what’s happening, so you cannot blame them.”

The pair's marriage had been put under the microscope earlier this summer after Jelena failed to attend Novak's incredible Wimbledon final win in July.

Their relationship has been dogged by controversy down the years, but the pair looked loved-up as they enjoyed a beach break in Marbella.

On the court, Djokovic looks set to continue his superb 2019.

The Serbian ace, 32, thumped Roberto Carballes Baena before last night's straight sets win over Londero to make it through the early stages unscathed.

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