ROXY Jacenko says her millionaire daughter Pixie donates expensive toys to less fortunate kids.
Sydney-based PR mogul Roxy Jacenko, 41, also revealed her daughter Pixie Curtis could retire at 15 as she spends the week before Christmas getting her company in order.
However, the 10-year-old millionaire is still humble as she chose to share her winnings for a good cause last year.
Pixie donated $80,000 in Christmas gifts to the Ronald McDonald House in Randwick in Sydney, Australia last year.
This year, the young millionaire spent the week leading up to Christmas packing orders for her company, Pixie’s Pix, an accessories brand.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, the rich boy said: “You don’t realize how fortunate you are to be in good health until you visit children who aren’t so lucky.”
“I’m really glad Mum encouraged this visit and donation,” she added.
Pixie’s mom Roxy, who works in PR for Sweaty Betty and The Ministry of Talent, shared a video of her and Pixie delivering the presents.
Together, the mother-daughter duo delivered large red sacks with “Pixie’s Pix” written in white, containing everything a child could want, like dolls, toy cars and even water guns.
This isn’t Pixie’s first foray into charity, as Pixie became an ambassador for childhood cancer charity Camp Quality last September.
Pixie teamed with Purple Wiggle’s Lachlan Gillespie in a tie-dye bucket hat to support Camp Quality’s Bucket Hat Day and the new campaign is in the Aldi catalogue.
Aldi sold bucket hats, all proceeds of which go to the charity that helps children with cancer.
Entrepreneur Roxy has previously shared how she helped Pixie build two successful businesses – Pixie’s Bows, which makes hair accessories, and Pixie’s Fidgets, which sells children’s toys.
Thanks to this, Pixie could retire before she turns 15, as some estimates put her making $21 million before she even finishes school.
Roxy is raising son Hunter, 7, and Pixie, 10, with her Sydney banker husband Oliver Curtis, 36.
The family each has thousands of followers on Instagram and today shared a video showing how Pixie had prepared a surprise for her dad’s birthday, only for him to show up early and leaving her upset because she had a lot of decorations for had made him.
Roxy told her daughter in a joint interview in Stellar Magazine last week: “You don’t have to worry;
“You know, what’s most exciting to me is the entrepreneurial spirit that she has at such a young age,” she told Stellar, adding that she thinks Pixie is a “natural businesswoman.”
“I never had it, although I was told that I had to succeed. When I was 14, I got a job at McDonald’s because that’s what they did back then.
“Well, I think the biggest thing for me is her drive as an entrepreneur. Yes, I made it possible, but she still has it, which for me is the most rewarding part.”
In May, Pixie’s fidget toys sold $200,000 worth in the month they launched across Australia.
Pixie is already a social media sensation with over 89,000 Instagram followers.
At the age of six, she was charging $600 per sponsored post on Instagram.
Pixie has said her mother kept telling her to save up the money to buy an apartment.
Roxy has become known for treating her children to luxurious gifts such as designer clothes and expensive cars.
In August, Roxy bought a new Mercedes-Benz GLS for Pixie and her younger brother Hunter, 7.
She bought Pixie a Mercedes Benz 4WD late last year and had to defend her purchase as apparently none of her children can drive yet.
In November, the PR whiz shared her daughter’s Christmas list, which includes a new phone, expensive Drunk Elephant skincare, an iPad case, trendy Brandy Melville clothes and a surfboard.
For her birthday, Pixie asked for 32 things, as Roxy shared a snippet of the list, including a ring light, a new room, a skincare fridge, teeth whitening, a couch for her own room, and a second piercing.
“I asked for some ideas for 10th birthday gifts – @pixiecurtis couldn’t think of anything,” said Roxy, her mom.
As Pixie is due to retire at 15 – now her seven-year-old brother has also started his own business – they own cars worth £141,000
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4327721/daughter-millionaire-donated-toys-less-fortunate-kids/ My daughter, 10, is a millionaire – but she’s not selfish, she’s donated toys worth £40k to less fortunate kids