Roxy Jacenko relocated from Sydney to Singapore with her entire family in July.
And the PR mogul has now discovered that life in Singapore is even more expensive than Australia’s priciest city.
On Friday, the 43-year-old showed off a receipt from a café she went to which revealed that her latte had cost a whopping SGD$14 (AUD$15.80).
She also paid $30 for two Pain Suisse. which are a chocolate-filled French pastry, and forked over $17 for a hazelnut flower tea.
‘I’ve never consumed a coffee so slowly,’ Jacenko joked on Instagram.
Roxy Jacenko was charged an eye-watering SGD$14 (AUD$15.80) for a latte in Singapore
Singapore, along with Zurich, Switzerland, are the most expensive cities in the world.
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph in October, Roxy revealed the move to Singapore took a toll on her emotions.
‘I literally cried every day for the first four weeks – and I am not much of a crier – it’s been so, so hard,’ she told the publication.
‘I have lived in Australia for 43 years, so making the move to another country has been a serious challenge.’
She also paid $30 for two Pain Suisse. which are a chocolate-filled French pastry, and forked over $17 for a hazelnut flower tea
Roxy added it was ‘miserable’ to live in a glamorous hotel for six weeks before moving into an apartment.
She also struggled to get her family visas, which meant she nearly missed her kids’ — daughter Pixie, 12, and son Hunter, eight — first day of school.
The Sweaty Betty founder revealed back in June she was leaving Sydney to live with her husband in Singapore.
She admitted her life in the harbour city 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 Sydney Morning Herald.
‘In Singapore it was a matter of ‘Roxy who?’ I actually found it really refreshing and a bit liberating.
Roxy moved to Singapore with husband Curtis and their two children Pixie and Hunter
Roxy has secured a palatial four-bedroom in the in the city’s prestigious Ardmore Residence.
The Ardmore’s 36-storey tower, just a short walk from Orchard Road entertainment precinct, was designed by renowned architect, Ben van Berkel.
The apartments feature a seamless flow of living and dining areas along with a well-shaded, double-height balcony, perfect for entertaining.