She’s the PR guru with a jewellery collection fit for a queen.
But Roxy Jacenko, 37, couldn’t help but lust for another precious diamond sparkler, taking to Instagram to showcase a huge diamond ring worth over $127,000.
In an Instagram Story shared to her page on Monday, Roxy modelled the eye-popping ring, writing: ‘WANT’ in the caption along with the designer’s name Pink Kimberley Diamonds.
What a rock! Roxy Jacenko, 37, couldn’t help but lust for another precious diamond sparkler, taking to Instagram to showcase a huge diamond ring worth over $127,000 on Monday
The Kimberley Diramu Ring, from Australian jewellers Pink Kimberely Diamonds, is arrangement of thirteen natural Argyle pink diamonds, unfolding with an array of sparkling white diamonds, crafted in 18ct rose and white gold.
According to Pink Kimberely, the pink diamonds used in the piece are from a remote part of the East Kimberley in Western Australia, sourced from the rapidly diminishing Argyle Diamond mine.
The ring could well become a gift from her husband Oliver Curtis, who proposed to her for a second time last year, following his jail stint for insider trading.
She’s got expensive taste! The Sweaty Betty PR queen has long been a fan of designer clothing and accessories
They struggled in April 2017 when photos emerged of Roxy and Nabil sharing a passionate embrace on a balcony, just eight weeks before Oliver was due to be released from Cooma Correctional Centre.
Discussing the scandal in February this year, Oliver called Nabil an ‘extremely low’ human being.
‘It’s absolutely disgusting. What sort of man does that?,’ Oliver told the Kyle & Jackie O Show.
Be my Valentino! Roxy cosied up to her husband Oliver Curtis during a lunch date on Saturday
Wedding belle: The couple married in 2012 and share two children – three-year-old Hunter and six-year-old Pixie
‘This is the guy that was playing the friend card, and ‘I’m here for you, you’ve got cancer blah blah blah’, and then all of a sudden he bloody moves in! Come on,’ he fumed.
‘Let me tell you I wouldn’t want to run into him on the street. Or he wouldn’t want to run into me,’ he fumed.
Roxy and Oliver have since smoothed over their issues and are doting parents to their two young children.
All smiles: Oliver was released from Cooma Correctional Centre in 2017 after serving a 12-month sentence for insider trading
Time to put (another) ring on it? The glamorous entrepreneur often cuts a fine figure draped in diamond jewellery