The 1883 star's offspring took to social media to bravely update her fans on her condition which she's courageously battling.
Alongside two photos of herself, one with stars covering up blemishes on her face and another of her in her underwear, Gracie wrote a lengthy message which read: "I just wanted to share really quick that I have recently been diagnosed with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome).
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"To get the correct diagnosis you would need 2 out of the 5 characteristics of PCOS and I had 3."
She continued: "During my appointment with my endocrinologist I realized that may had been a factor in my issues with weight, so we decided to try a medicine to regulate my body more normally and create the tools to continue to keep my body and myself healthy as I get older.
"I'm learning to navigate the new blemishes but I don’t think that I would have ever allowed myself to go to a doctors appointment like this unless I had taken the correct steps toward my mental health, because as much as physical health is important, mental goes hand and hand."
Gracie's fans thanked her for being an inspiration
Gracie then added: "Sending love to those who are struggling with something similar or literally anything at all. Mental health is freaking hard !! It's a long road but we can get through it.
"I share my experience to hope my situation has reached someone who can relate. P.S The medicine I'm taking has given me a body I haven't had in years (maybe ever?). It's weird to navigate but I'm finding ways to love her."
Gracie's fans rushed to lend their support and thank her for being such an inspiration. One wrote: "Thank you for being you, for sharing your story, for being an honest and authentic role model for all," as another said: "Sending love," alongside two praying hand emojis.
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Many more called her "brave," and, "beautiful," and thanked her wholeheartedly for sharing her story.
Healthline describes PCOS as "a condition that affects a woman’s hormone levels," it adds: "PCOS also causes hair growth on the face and body, and baldness. And it can contribute to long-term health problems like diabetes and heart disease."
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