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Roxy Jacenko admits this Christmas will be very special

She has repeatedly said 2016 was ‘the worst 12 months’ of her life.

And Roxy Jacenko is happily preparing to celebrate Christmas Day with her reunited family, after husband Oliver Curtis was released from prison in June this year.

The 37-year-old reflected on her roller coaster year with News.com.au on Sunday, while sharing her Christmas plans for the high-profile’s children, Pixie and Hunter.

 

Better days: Roxy Jacenko is happily preparing to celebrate Christmas Day with her reunited family, after husband Oliver Curtis was released from prison in June this year

Roxy opened up about last year’s trauma of being diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after Oliver was convicted for insider trading and sentenced to 12 months.

‘We have been through so much as a family,’ the successful publicist acknowledged.

She said Christmas last year ‘was low key and for the kids it was very confusing’.

Challenging: Roxy opened up about last year's trauma of being diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after Oliver was convicted for insider trading and sentenced to 12 months

Challenging: Roxy opened up about last year’s trauma of being diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after Oliver was convicted for insider trading and sentenced to 12 months

'We have been through so much as a family,' the successful publicist acknowledged

‘We have been through so much as a family,’ the successful publicist acknowledged

‘I tried to play down the fact it was Christmas, as I had earmarked the time as when Pixie and Hunter could expect Oli home,’ she revealed.

‘Which was shortsighted of me, but at the time the first thing that came to mind,’ she continued.

The striking blonde detailed her plans for Christmas Day this year, which include breakfast at home and then a celebratory lunch at The Park Hyatt in The Rocks.

'I tried to play down the fact it was Christmas, as I had earmarked the time as when Pixie and Hunter could expect Oli home,' she revealed

‘I tried to play down the fact it was Christmas, as I had earmarked the time as when Pixie and Hunter could expect Oli home,’ she revealed

The renown workaholic has evidently been enjoying her summer break with her family, spotted at Bondi Beach and Wild Life Sydney Zoo this past week.

She admitted while Pixie, six, and Hunter, three, are ‘very lucky kids’, her and Oliver happily completed their Christmas present requests this year.

Pixie was gifted a ballet bar, a NIDA drama camp voucher and ‘games we can play as a family’, while Hunter asked for a ‘new blue dump truck and a CAT excavator’.

Privileged: She admitted while Pixie, six, and Hunter, three, are 'very lucky kids', her and Oliver happily completed their Christmas present requests this year

Privileged: She admitted while Pixie, six, and Hunter, three, are ‘very lucky kids’, her and Oliver happily completed their Christmas present requests this year



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