A COLIN the Caterpillar cake is as chic as most people’s birthdays can get.
But Pixie Curtis’ multi-millionaire lifestyle was clearly evident in her 12th birthday cake – mum Roxy Jacenko shared her daughter’s enthusiastic reaction on her Instagram stories.
As she sat down to look at the cake, she was instructed to pull out the gold birthday plaque at the top.
And in doing so, she pulled a seemingly endless row of bills out of the middle of the cake.
Pixie couldn’t hide her delight as she watched the money multiply before her eyes and ended up holding up the full row of bills in victory.
Roxy had also decorated her daughter’s room for her big day – with balloons everywhere.
She’d even treated herself to a bouquet made entirely of balloons, but admitted, “Okay, maybe I bought these for myself! How funny.”
In posts on Roxy’s current Instagram pageThen she showed a table full of presents for her daughter and stacks of balloons.
Bags by designer names like Alexander McQueen, Tiffany & Co., Dior and Goyard sat on the table.
“Love you @pixiecurtis,” Roxy wrote alongside pictures of Pixie opening her presents.
“Happy 12th birthday.
“Forever my best friend.”
“Happy birthday beautiful fairy,” one person commented on the post.
“I hope you’ve been very spoiled – I know you have!”
“Lucky girl, have fun with xxxxxx.”
“When I grow up I want to have a gift table like this! (I’m 59)” laughed another.
A third commented: “These presents on the table are epic. Happy birthday, pixie.”
Of course, in true multimillionaire fashion, Pixie had already celebrated her 12th birthday in style with her friends before her big day actually came.
The event also served as a farewell to Pixie, who is moving to Singapore with her family in the coming weeks.
The party was appropriately themed Singapore and guests were asked to wear white or red – the flag colors of the Southeast Asian country.
Pixie stayed in a £1,000-a-night suite at the Crown Towers Hotel in Sydney and gave her friends rooms so they could ‘stay’ together.
The beds were lined with gifts for each girl from teen health brand Allkinds, Australian beauty brands MCoBeauty, Mecca Max and Naked Sundays, and handmade donuts from Dr. Dough donuts laid out.
Fine florist Poho Flowers also provided bouquets for the rooms.
Pixie rented a space at Italian restaurant Matteo, where a dish can cost up to £93, and Roxy hired party planners to provide over-the-top decorations.
There were even gymnasts to entertain with their performances, and Pixie’s name was emblazoned on signs around the room and on the floor.
Pixie, made famous by her PR guru mom and flogging fidget spinners and hair bows, is moving to Singapore for her father Oliver Curtis’ work.
Earlier this year, she retired aged just 11, planning to focus on sports, homework and being a child for a while.