New phone, skincare and a surfboard: Roxy Jacenko’s 10-year-old daughter Pixie Curtis reveals her very extravagant Christmas list
Roxy Jacenko has revealed her 10-year-old daughter Pixie Curtis’s extravagant Christmas list.
The PR maven, 41, shared a portrait shot of the tween entrepreneur holding up a detailed wish list on Thursday with a number of pricey items on it.
They included a new phone, skincare, a surfboard, trendy clothes – and even an ‘aesthetic’ iPad case.
New phone, skincare and a surfboard: Roxy Jacenko’s 10-year-old daughter Pixie Curtis (pictured) revealed her very extravagant Christmas list on Thursday to Instagram
The list, however, was interspersed with a number of cheaper items including a phone charm, slime and Babysitter’s Club books.
‘Oh good grief the Christmas list is in – and to think I’ve only just got over the birthday one,’ Roxy wrote.
‘Suppose it’s a plus we have moved to a typed version. Translation required for some items,’ she added.
Get your wallet out, Rox! The items on the list included a new phone, skincare, surfboard, trendy clothes and even an ‘aesthetic’ iPad case. Roxy here in Sydney in April
Roxy only recently shared Pixie’s birthday list, which featured 22 items on it.
Items on the list included a new room, skincare and a glass coffee table, as well as fairy lights, new shoes, and ‘trendy clothes’.
She also wanted crystals, a ring light – which is used to film professional looking videos – and a skin care fridge to store her beauty products.
Mix and match: The list, however, was interspersed with a number of cheaper items including a phone charm, slime and Babysitter’s Club books
Pixie went on to list a teeth whitening kit, lip gloss, makeup, a new swimsuit, a second piercing, and a star light projector.
Roxy was previously forced to defend her decision to buy Pixie a Mercedes Benz 4WD in December last year.
The PR mogul pointed out that obviously her daughter ‘doesn’t drive the car’.
Wow! Roxy was forced to defend buying Pixie a Mercedes-Benz GLS last year. Here with brother Hunter, seven
‘It’s of utmost importance to me that both she and her brother Hunter travel safely on the roads when going to and from school so I purchased a car for her,’ she told News.com.au.
‘Obviously she doesn’t drive it, she is driven in it as is her brother to and from school and for any activities.’
She added: ‘Given the number of fatalities on our roads their safety is so important so if it means buying a car that has extra safety features that’s what I’ll do.’
Bond: ‘Obviously she doesn’t drive it, she is driven in it as is her brother to and from school and for any activities,’ Roxy hit back. Here with Pixie