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Woman Has Already Bought 10-Year-Old Daughter £193k Worth Of Cars

Rebecca Shepherd

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Woman Has Already Bought 10-Year-Old Daughter £193k Worth Of Cars

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/roxyjacenko

Do you remember what car you owned when you were 10? It was probably of the plastic variety. That is unless you're Pixie Curtis.

She's the daughter of Australian businesswoman Roxy Jacenko who has spent £193,000 (USD $259k/AUD $351k) on cars for the little one.

Speaking about her decision to purchase the vehicle - which is for Pixie's brother, Hunter, as well - Roxy told News.com.au, Roxy said: "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.

"Obviously she doesn't drive it, she is driven in it as is her brother to and from school and for any activities.

"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."

Credit: Instagram/@roxyjacenko
Credit: Instagram/@roxyjacenko

Roxy, who is the founder of Sweaty Betty, added: "People are always quick to criticise but I am good doing me, I don't let the noise affect my decisions that are right for my family or myself."

More recently, Roxy posted a picture of Pixie with a pretty elaborate Christmas list that she's drawn up.

We can't say we're too surprised... but what happened to the days of folding the corners of an Argos catalogue?

Credit: Instagram/@roxyjacenko
Credit: Instagram/@roxyjacenko

The lavish list includes things such as: a new phone, phone cases and charms, 'trendy clothes' as well as 'aestic things'.

On top of that there's skin care products including a brand called Drunk Elephant which sells products that average at around £50. Oh and they're anti-ageing.

Taking to Instagram, Roxy shared the picture of Pixie alongside the caption: "Oh good grief the Christmas list is in - and to think I've only just got over the birthday one. @pixiecurtis.

"Suppose it's a plus we have moved to a typed version. Translation required for some items."

Commenting on the post, one person wrote: "Hahaha it's the Mario Badescu skin care for me! Gotta love Pix."

Another, who feels Roxy's pain, added: "My 10 year old's list is exactly the same. Aesthetic everything hahaha."

Topics: Viral, Christmas, Money, Car, Community, Australia

Rebecca Shepherd
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