Janice, who also worked as a By-Law Enforcement Officer is a proud mother of her two children. Her elder son, Matthew Newman was born in 2009, followed by the birth of her second son, Theodore in 2011.
Janice with husband Sean and her two sons, Matthew and Theodore, Source: Celebrity Parents Magazine
So, it's clear that the pair is enjoying their wedding blissfully and are going strong together without any divorce or affair rumors.
Janice Dean had struggled with plastic surgery
It's quite normal for people in entertainment and news industry to go under the knife to look good. Janice too was obsessed with her looks back in those days and she wanted to fix the excess skin around her neck.
Janice Dean after fully recovering from her surgery, Source: US Weekly
So with proper doctor consultation, she underwent a surgery, called Fractora which is a laser procedure that regenerates natural collagen and helps in tightening the skin, under an hour.
The doctor reassured that the recovery from the surgery would take only five days and there'll be no severe side effects.
However, in her case, the recovery didn't go well as the left side of her face swelled badly and she suffered nerve injury.
"The left side of my face was puffed out like a chipmunk. I followed the doctor’s instructions and elevated my head and took more Tylenol to minimize bruising. "
"The next day I took off my bandages. The left side of my face was still very swollen, and I was finding it hard to talk out of that side of my mouth. I couldn’t chew properly. My bottom lip had looked like it had vanished. My smile was lopsided.”
She further added that she recklessly didn't read the fine print which she had signed that stated possible risks and side effects post surgery.
She considered this as the biggest mistake of her life and advised everyone to read the fine print before undergoing any surgery.
Quick facts about Janice Dean
Janice was born in Toronto, Canada on May 9, 1970, and she's the famous Canadian-American meteorologist working for Fox News Channel.
She attended Algonquin College and got her honors diploma in Radio and Television Broadcasting.
She is one of the members of the American Meteorological Society and was awarded the AMS Seal of Approval back in 2009.
Her career as a reporter started when she joined CHEZ-FM in Canada, hosting the morning show.
She also served as news editor and entertainment reporter for Imus in the Morning, a radio show, that aired on WFAN-AM New York.
She joined FNC in January 2004 and started working as a full-time weather reporter and now she's the senior meteorologist for the channel.
She has also served as Canadian By-Law Enforcement Officer.
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