News, Culture & Society

Pixie Curtis, 9, says mother Roxy Jacenko told her to save up for an apartment

Roxy Jacenko’s daughter Pixie Curtis, nine, reveals her mother wants her to save up for an APARTMENT… but the bow entrepreneur says she’d rather buy a double bed and an iPhone 12

She’s the PR mogul who can turn any business venture into gold.

And Roxy Jacenko’s latest craze – fidget toys – have sold a mammoth $200,000 worth in their debut month across Australia. 

In an interview with Confidential, her nine-year-old daughter Pixie, whose brand carries the novelty objects – has revealed her mum wants her to invest her money into property.

Like mother, like daughter: Roxy Jacenko’s latest craze – fidget toys – have sold a mammoth $200,000 worth in their debut month across Australia. As a result she has asked her daughter Pixie Curtis, nine, whose name is part of the business, to invest in an apartment

‘Mum keeps telling me to save the money to buy an apartment,’ Pixie said.

‘But I told her to forget that because I want a double bed and an iPhone 12.’

According to the business savvy little girl, she came up with the idea after viewing the viral toys on social media app Tik Tok.

Business Savvy:  According to the business savvy little girl, she came up with the idea after viewing the viral toys on social media app Tik Tok. 'At first I saw them on TikTok. I told mum we have to get them for my website,' she explained

Business Savvy:  According to the business savvy little girl, she came up with the idea after viewing the viral toys on social media app Tik Tok. ‘At first I saw them on TikTok. I told mum we have to get them for my website,’ she explained

‘At first I saw them on TikTok. I told mum we have to get them for my website,’ she explained.

Since finding success online, Pixie’s pop up stores have appeared in Bondi Junction, Parramatta, Miranda and Narellan Town Centre.

And Pixie herself has been stopping by, at times even enlisting in her school friends to work alongside her. 

Smart moves: Since finding success online, Pixie's pop up stores have appeared in Bondi Junction, Parramatta, Miranda and Narellan Town Centre.

Smart moves: Since finding success online, Pixie’s pop up stores have appeared in Bondi Junction, Parramatta, Miranda and Narellan Town Centre.

The apple clearly does not fall far from the tree as Pixie admitted she pays her friends for their shifts in the popular products.   

In December last year, Roxy, 40, copped backlash from fans after she purchased a $84,500 car for her daughter. 

At the time, she hit back at her critics, saying she bought the car for her young daughter because of its ‘extra safety features’. 

Backlash: In December last year, Roxy, 40, copped backlash from fans after she purchased a $84,500 car for her daughter

Backlash: In December last year, Roxy, 40, copped backlash from fans after she purchased a $84,500 car for her daughter

'Obviously she doesn't drive it, she is driven in it as is her brother to and from school and for any activities,' Roxy said

‘Obviously she doesn’t drive it, she is driven in it as is her brother to and from school and for any activities,’ Roxy said

The PR mogul, 40, pointed out that obviously her daughter ‘doesn’t drive the car’. 

‘It’s of utmost importance to me that both she and her brother Hunter travel safely on the roads when going to and from school so I purchased a car for her,’ she told News.com.au 

‘Obviously she doesn’t drive it, she is driven in it as is her brother to and from school and for any activities.’ 

She added: ‘Given the number of fatalities on our roads their safety is so important so if it means buying a car that has extra safety features that’s what I’ll do.’ 

Roxy shares Pixie with her husband Oliver Curtis, who she wed in 2012. They are also proud parents to six-year-old son Hunter. 

Family: Roxy shares Pixie and son Hunter, five, with businessman Oliver Curtis, who she wed in 2012 (all pictured)

Family: Roxy shares Pixie and son Hunter, five, with businessman Oliver Curtis, who she wed in 2012 (all pictured)

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk