Roxy Jacenko puts pricey Hermès Birkin on the market for $20k days after she was forced to deny divorce rumours from husband Oliver Curtis
Roxy Jacenko was forced to deny rumours she’s split from husband, Oliver Curtis, just days ago.
But on Tuesday, the beloved PR queen proved it was business as usual as she attempted to flip one of her pricey Hermès Birkins.
Roxy, who recently made a fortune selling her impeccable Vaucluse mansion for $16 million, shared an image of the bag online.
The star let fans know it was a Birkin 35 in Togo leather in a colvert blue tone. The leather bag was made in France.
Roxy listed an asking price of $20,000.
Roxy Jacenko is flipping one of her pricey Hermès Birkin bags just days after the beloved PR queen was forced to deny divorce rumours from husband Oliver Curtis. Pictured
The commerce queen regularly flips parts of her extensive designer wardrobe. The star has an Hermès collection valued at $1 million.
It comes just days after Roxy was forced to deny split rumours from her husband, Oliver Curtis.
The pair were spotted without their wedding rings during an outing with Pixie and Hunter on Sunday.
Roxy recently denied she has separated from her husband of 11 years.
The star let fans know it was a Birkin 35 in Togo leather in a colvert blue tone. The bag was listed on her Rjcurated Instagram handle. Pictured
Rumours of trouble in their marriage, which famously survived an affair Roxy had in 2017 while Oliver was serving time for insider trading, have been circulating in the eastern suburbs ever since Oliver moved to Singapore for a new job.
Before he flew overseas, the couple was already living apart with Oliver working for a cryptocurrency start-up in Tasmania while Roxy stayed behind in Sydney with their two children.
The split whispers intensified earlier this month when the Sweaty Betty PR founder announced she was selling the family’s Vaucluse trophy home for $14million.
Roxy and Oliver shut down the speculation, telling Daily Mail Australia in a joint statement they were very much still together. They tied the knot in a lavish harbourside wedding in 2012
But Roxy and Oliver shut down the speculation, telling Daily Mail Australia in a joint statement they were very much still together.
‘Where do people come up with such stuff? They are obsessed with that narrative,’ said the couple, who tied the knot in a lavish harbourside wedding in 2012.
Roxy and Oliver have weathered various storms in their marriage over the years.
In 2016, Roxy was diagnosed with breast cancer just three weeks after her husband was jailed for insider trading.
Roxy and Oliver have weathered various storms in their marriage over the years
Oliver was convicted and sentenced to two years in prison but was released after 12 months on a good behaviour bond.
In 2017, while Oliver was behind bars at Cooma Correctional Centre, Roxy had an affair with her ex-boyfriend Nabil Gazal.
She later said the affair ‘wasn’t her fault’ because Gazal, a millionaire property developer she had previously dated in the late 2000s, ‘chased her’ at a time when she was vulnerable.
The relationship was exposed in late April 2017 when Daily Mail Australia published images of them passionately kissing at Gazal’s Sydney apartment.
Roxy just flipped her spectacular mansion in Sydney’s eastern suburbs for a whopping $16million. Pictured
At the time of the tryst, Oliver’s release date was just eight weeks away.
He learned about his wife’s infidelity while he was still in prison.
Sources later claimed he decided to forgive Roxy for her indiscretion if she forgave him for the past criminal behaviour that led to his conviction.
Last year, as they celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary, Oliver shared a tribute to his wife and said he was glad they stayed together despite the ‘odds being against them’.
Roxy and husband Oliver Curtis are pictured with their children Pixie, 11, and Hunter, eight