Johnny Ruffo dons festive-themed pyjamas with girlfriend Tahnee Sims as the Home and Away star bravely battles brain cancer for a second time
Johnny Ruffo often talks about how grateful he is to have the support of his girlfriend Tahnee Sims as he battles brain cancer for a second time.
And on Thursday, the actor got into the festive spirit as he posed alongside his love in Christmas-themed pyjamas.
‘Matching pj’s are always a good idea,’ Tahnee captioned the sweet photo.
Couple goals: Johnny Ruffo donned festive-themed pyjamas with his girlfriend Tahnee Sims on Thursday as the Home and Away star bravely battles brain cancer for a second time
In the picture, Johnny, 33, and Tahnee beamed from ear to ear.
The loved-up duo looked every bit the happy couple as they modelled the festive nightwear adorned with gingerbread men.
Previously speaking to Now To Love, Johnny said without his girlfriend’s ongoing love he doesn’t think that he would still be here.
‘Without her I may not be here,’ he said in November.
Thick and thin: ‘She was the one who made me get in the car [to go to hospital] when it [the headaches] first happened,’ Johnny previously told Now to Love about his relationship
‘She was the one who made me get in the car [to go to hospital] when it [the headaches] first happened.
‘And she’s encouraging me to do things. She keeps me active, getting me to go for runs and swims,’ he added.
Johnny and Tahnee first met at a dance studio back in 2015, and they’ve been together since.
Brave battle: Johnny revealed on November 24 he was once again fighting brain cancer
The X-factor finalist even credited Tahnee for ‘saving’ his life in an interview with WHO magazine.
Johnny revealed on November 24 he was once again fighting brain cancer.
‘After an unexpected week of seizures and excruciating headaches it is with a heavy heart that I have to let you know I now have another huge battle ahead of me as my brain cancer has returned,’ he wrote on Instagram.
Johnny was first diagnosed with the disease in 2017 after he went to hospital with painful migraines.
In August of the same year, he had a 7cm brain tumour surgically removed, before undergoing chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
Together: The X-factor finalist has made no secret of the level of support Tahnee has given him, even crediting her for ‘saving’ his life in a WHO magazine interview