Denim had been riding with a friend in Perth on August 16 when he got into a serious accident and had to be airlifted to hospital.
When Constance first shared the news of Denim's crash, she wrote: "At this point nobody knows anything. There is absolutely no way of telling what is going to happen. He is stable now and the most loved man in the world.
"We are blown away by the professionals who have teamed together to help him.
"It will be a long time before we know what the future holds for us but whatever that might be I’ll be holding Denim as tightly as I always have. We are one, our hearts beat each other’s blood."
Now, a week later, she has updated her followers with the news that Denim will walk again.
She wrote: "It’s just been the hardest week and the answers haven’t been as simple to get after Denims motorcycle accident as they always seem to be in the movies.
"Trauma can happen in the blink of an eye yet healing seems to take forever."
"What I am happy to tell our beloved Queens is that as always Denim has broken all the rules by breaking his back in 4 places yet still by the grace of (maybe his Guru?) his spinal chord has remained untouched.
"He will walk again and is already moving his arms and legs around," she said.
She added that it was the beginning of a long journey and that he's not completely out of the woods just yet.
Constance added she believes that along with all the medical staff that have been caring for him around the clock, Denim has made such a good recovery because his parents and children have visited him every day.
"Denzi dreams of his kids, he talks about every detail of them all day, has personal jokes that only they understand and nurtures in ways I’ve never seen a man nurture," she wrote.
"And then there is his mumma who will always be his first true love.
"Mix all that together with the fact that old soul mate over here can finally tell him every thought that comes into my head and he can’t run away and you have the strongest man in the world."
The blogger added that this will be a "long game" and that he will likely need rehab.
"I don’t want to sound like I am minimising what he is going through, I have the upmost respect for the man for not giving up, he is in a world of pain, it’s been touch and go and only now do I feel confident telling you that Denz has got some good news to share."
She continued, "The thought of losing him has made me realise how much needs to change in our home lives so we can start putting each other first again.
"It just sucks that I needed something this horrible to make me realise I had stopped appreciating everything he does for us all."
Constance finished by saying that she won't be sharing all the ups and downs of Denim's journey but would keep sharing milestones of his recovery "because good news sends good vibes that lead to good lives".