Roxy Jacenko reveals her millionaire daughter Pixie, 11, ‘wasn’t happy’ when she shut down her booming toy and hair accessories businesses so the family can move to Singapore
Roxy Jacenko’s 11-year-old daughter Pixie was not happy when her mother forced her to close her online toy empire ahead of the family’s move to Singapore.
The PR queen, 43, told The Kyle and Jackie O Show that although her son Hunter, nine, was okay with the move, her daughter Pixie was taking it a lot harder.
‘Hunter is excited but Pixie wasn’t happy about me shutting down her companies,’ she told the hosts.
She added she would be making Pixie focus on her education after they were settled into the new country.
‘It’s different from when we were young, you have to go to university now. She needs to focus on school.’
Roxy Jacenko revealed on Tuesday her daughter Pixie was not happy when she forced her to close her online toy empire ahead of the family’s move to Singapore. Both pictured
Fortunately, Roxie said her talented daughter had recently discovered a new passion and now wants to be a famous tennis player.
‘She wants to be Serena or Venus Williams, but she has to get the serve in the lines to do that,’ she joked.
Back in May, it was reported that Roxy’s millionaire daughter Pixie has closed down her hair accessories business as her mother off-loaded all their companies.
The PR queen, 43, told The Kyle and Jackie O Show that although her son Hunter, nine, was okay with the move her daughter Pixie was taking it a lot harder
The Instagram page for Pixie’s Bows announced the closure as the company hosted a ‘70% off sitewide’ sale.
It was another business Roxy closed down after she ceased operations for fidget toy brand Pixie’s Pix and her public relations firm Sweaty Betty PR.
Roxy confirmed she is relocating her family to Singapore to be with her husband Oliver Curtis last week.
‘Hunter is excited but Pixie wasn’t happy about me shutting down her companies,’ Roxy told the hosts
She announced she will be jetting to the Southeast Asian country in July after closing down several businesses, including her daughter Pixie’s, before hocking her designer bag collection and selling her home.
Speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald, Roxy admitted her life in Sydney has a stark difference to her upcoming new life overseas.
‘No one knows me there, no one has any preconceived idea of who or what I am, no one has any expectation, and best of all, no one actually cares!’ she told the publication, revealing two words convinced her to relocate to Asia.
‘In Singapore it was a matter of “Roxy who?” I actually found it really refreshing and a bit liberating.’
The stunner added that she would be making Pixie focus on her education after they were settled into Singapore