Roxy Jacenko has revealed she purchased her family’s new $6.5 million mega-mansion without any financial help from her husband Oliver Curtis.
And after paying for the pricey three-storey abode in the ritzy Sydney suburb of Vaucluse all on her own, she’s keeping her hubby off the legal paperwork.
When asked by Domain why the PR queen had settled on the property in just her name, the 38-year-old responded: ‘That’s because I bought it’.
‘That’s because I bought it’: Roxy Jacenko reveals she’s keeping Oliver Curtis off the paperwork of new $6.5 million family home as she paid for it… but he’s still getting his own gym!
During an exclusive chat with Daily Mail Australia in September, the beauty revealed the extraordinarily lavish renovations she has planned for their new family home.
The entrepreneurial blonde explained she would be installing a vanity room, a children’s playroom, and a room just for her Hermès Birkins.
And lucky for Oliver, his wife will kindly be installing him his own home gym.
A room JUST for her Hermès Birkins! PR queen Roxy recently revealed the extraordinarily lavish renovations she has planned for the abode in the ritzy Sydney suburb of Vaucluse (pictured)
Roxy, who currently resides with her family in Sydney’s North Bondi, revealed she would be working with renowned interior designer Blainey North.
The couple, along with children Pixie, seven, and Hunter, four, are expected to move into their new home in the new year.
‘I have a hair and makeup room going in, a full gym for (husband) Oli and I, a bigger cinema and a playroom for the kids,’ she confessed.
Roxy, however, admitted that the pièce de résistance on the ritzy renovation would be a room just for her collection of Birkins, by French designer Hermès.
Display room! The blonde powerhouse confessed that she would be creating a room JUST for her Birkin collection (above) – which is thought to be worth approximately $1 million
It’s believed the blonde powerhouse has around fifteen of the exclusive bags, with a collective value of $1 million.
The prize in her collection is a black crocodile skin handbag, which Hermès has revealed has an estimated value of AUD $84,350.
Birkin bags can retail anywhere from $11,000 to $300,000.
Never one to skimp on style, the Sweaty Betty PR founder told Daily Mail Australia that some of her collection is very ‘rare’ and also includes a number of ‘Kelly’ bags.
The business-minded personality is a diehard Hermès fan, calling her collection ‘art’ and attending the brand’s catwalk show at Paris Fashion Week in the past.
Not up to scratch! Despite the mansion, situated in Sydney’s ritzy eastern suburbs being a dream for most people, Roxy said it would undergo a number of changes
Fit for the queen of Sydney’s social scene, the palatial residence offers a stand-alone master suite on the top floor, steam room and a pool.
Despite it being a dream home for most, ambitious Roxy said she was all about the improvements.
As for whether it will inspire a stint on hit reality show The Block, Roxy said she was far too busy to commit to a filming schedule.
Family home! The property will be a new family home for Roxy and her family, partner Oliver (pictured) and their children (Pixie, Hunter and their Pomeranian Oreo also pictured)
Away from the renovations, Roxy and Oliver are set to reveal all in a no-holds-barred interview with Melissa Doyle on Sunday Night.
And in a new preview for the tell-all talk, an emotional Roxy is seen admitting that she had a ‘nervous breakdown’ following her husband’s incarceration for insider trading in 2016.
‘I couldn’t cope,’ admits the 38-year-old. ‘I had a nervous breakdown.’
‘How has this happened to me?’ she asks herself, before Melissa says that the PR mogul ‘went off the rails.’
‘I had a nervous breakdown’: Roxy Jacenko and Oliver Curtis are set to reveal all in a no-holds-barred interview with Melissa Doyle for Sunday Night