Roxy Jacenko spares no expense as she celebrates daughter Pixie’s 11th birthday with a custom-made cake, statement balloons and a coffee table overflowing with lavish gifts
Roxy Jacenko spared no expense celebrating her daughter Pixie’s 11th birthday on Tuesday.
The Sweaty Betty PR founder, 42, pulled out all the stops ensuring her daughter’s special day was one to remember.
Balloon animals, intricate bouquets of flowers, presents galore and a decorative cake were just some of the treats at the joyful occasion.
Roxy Jacenko spared no expense when she celebrates daughter Pixie’s 11th birthday on Tuesday. Both pictured
Roxy posted a gallery of happy snaps to Instagram which captured the event and a beaming birthday girl happily taking in her surroundings.
The Celebrity Apprentice Australia runner-up let her photos speak for themselves and captioned them with, ‘celebrating my @pixiecurtis’.
In one photo, Pixie is surrounded by a sea of custom balloons. In another, a coffee table is overflowing with presents, wrapped in personalised paper.
A Reese’s Pieces-inspired cake is front and centre in a third image, almost looking too good to eat.
In one photo, Pixie is surrounded by a sea of custom balloons
Roxy shares two children with her investment banker husband Oliver Curtis, daughter Pixie and eight-year-old son Hunter.
Clearly business is booming for Roxy. In March, the PR maven moved her business operations to an $18million compound in Sydney’s Beaconsfield.
Her Paddington office, which Jacenko bought outright eight years ago for $2.6million, is now worth an estimated $10million.
In another, a coffee table is overflowing with presents, wrapped in personalised paper
A Reese’s Pieces-inspired cake is front and centre in a third image, almost looking too good to eat
It will remain Sweaty Betty’s financial hub with portions of the building to be leased to other businesses.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia about the move, Jacenko, 42, said it was necessary to move to the Beaconsfield address as she plans to grow her empire to be ‘bigger than Ben-Hur’ as the PR industry bounces back from the Covid pandemic.
In addition to her flagship firm Sweaty Betty, she runs influencer agency Ministry of Talent, candle brand XRJCelebrations, children’s accessorises label Pixie’s Bows – named after daughter Pixie Curtis – plus toy brand Pixie’s Pix.
Roxy has been married to investment banker Oliver Curtis since 2012. The couple share daughter Pixie and son Hunter. All pictured