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Roxy Jacenko reveals she cheekily rebelled against her parents as a teen

Roxy Jacenko has revealed that she often rebelled against her parents as a teen. 

The blonde beauty and PR guru told Daily Mail Australia on Thursday about her approach to parenting, when she spoke about her own childhood. 

The DU’IT ambassador said she would often smoke at a local train station after school when she was 14-years-old, and would hang around with ‘naughty kids’ who would graffiti walls. 

   

EXCLUSIVE: ‘I hit 14 and I was never one to turn down a cigarette at the train station’: Roxy Jacenko (second from the R in this throwback shot) reveals she cheekily rebelled against her parents as a teen and hung around with kids who graffitied walls

‘My parents were very strict when I was young – then I hit 14 and I was never one to turn down a cigarette at the local train station on my way home from school,’ Roxy said. 

She added: ‘Or lurk about with the naughty kids who at the time thought “tagging wall’s” was a thing!’

‘I always remember my mum would buy me the fanciest party dresses, I would hide them in my room and opt for Kappa snap pants, an oversize t-shirt and Nike air max – just to be difficult! Whoops!’

Acting out! 'I always remember my mum would buy me the fanciest party dresses, I would hide them in my room and opt for Kappa snap pants, an oversize t-shirt and Nike air max – just to be difficult! Whoops!'

Acting out! ‘I always remember my mum would buy me the fanciest party dresses, I would hide them in my room and opt for Kappa snap pants, an oversize t-shirt and Nike air max – just to be difficult! Whoops!’

Her parenting method: Roxy said she allows daughter Pixie, six, to play with makeup as she doesn't want to be too strict as she might rebel when she grows up

Her parenting method: Roxy said she allows daughter Pixie, six, to play with makeup as she doesn’t want to be too strict as she might rebel when she grows up

She added: ‘My parents were very strict as I was growing up, needless to say I made up for the things I wasn’t allowed to do the moment I turned 18 – and boy oh boy did I do a good job!’

Roxy said she allows daughter Pixie, six, to play with makeup as she doesn’t want to be too strict as she might rebel when she grows up.   

‘I allow Pixie to experiment as I feel like the stricter I am with her the more she could potentially rebel when she is a teenager,’ she said. 

‘Don’t get me wrong, I teach her what is right and wrong and am firm,’ she said. 

‘But if it comes down to wanting to play with make up or paint her nails to look like Sofia The First then I will let her.’

Roxy added the Pixie loves playing with makeup and she often tries lipstick at her grandmother’s place, when visiting Roxy’s mother Doreen.  

Cute! Roxy added the Pixie loves playing with makeup and she often tries lipstick at her grandmother's place, when visiting Roxy's mother Doreen

Cute! Roxy added the Pixie loves playing with makeup and she often tries lipstick at her grandmother’s place, when visiting Roxy’s mother Doreen

 

 



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