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Lisa Curry remains positive in face of Fifi Box's pregnancy

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LISA Curry has insisted she is happier than ever despite claims her estranged husband Grant Kenny is the father of TV and radio personality Fifi Box's unborn child.

In an interview with A Current Affair aired on Thursday night, the 50-year-old, who has three adult children with Kenny, said she chose to focus on the positives in her life.

"You can choose to be angry, upset and sad or you can choose to be happy,'' Curry said.

"You have a choice in life every single day.

"I think you just have to have an attitude of grattitude and love what we are doing and love where we are.''

Curry refused to discussed reports that Kenny is the father of Box's unborn child, instead using the interview to promote her KISS fitness program, which she plans to take on the road with her boyfriend.

Asked about turning 50 and finding love with her new and much younger man, Curry said "things are happening - it's exciting, it's adventurous, I've got everything under control".

Box and Kenny are rumoured to have enjoyed a romantic fling late last year but neither has confirmed whether they were, or still are dating.

The Daily Telegraph reported this week the pair was not together anymore but that Kenny, who recently sold his Queensland aviation business for $70million, had agreed to support Box financially.

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