A PRE-TEEN whose mum previously revealed she could retire as 15 (and was set to earn £11m by 18) has revealed she’s bought her first paid of heels – at just 10.
Pixie Curtis, from Australia, showed off her heels on her Instagram page – but not everyone was happy about it with some commentators saying she was too young.
And it isn’t the first time Pixie’s luxe lifestyle has impressed – and shocked.
The PR guru said she bought the extravagant motor for its “extra safety features.”
Parler à News.com.au, dit-elle: “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.”
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entre-temps, she’s also gets fancy acrylic nails which she’s flashed in repeated videos.
People have taken umbrage with them too after mum Pixie posted a picture.
But people were quick to comment on her picture – and it wasn’t all positive.
On a écrit: “Very wrong for a 10 ans, there is no need to rush children to grow up sooner or look older.”
Un autre ajouté: “They look great – on an adult’s hand.”
toutefois, the mum Roxy Jacenko hit back at critics and said she will just continue to do “her own thing.”
Even though she’s still in primary school, the Australian pre-teen has created her own company called Pixie’s Fidgets – with her mum Roxy’s help of course.
The mum-and-daughter officially launched the toy business in May – and in the first 48 les heures, their colourful popping toys had completely sold out.
Quoi de plus, PR guru Roxy told Stellar that the company turned over $200,000 [£105k] in its first month.
But this isn’t the 10-year-old’s only business – as her mum also created a hair accessory brand in her name when she was just a baby called Pixie’s Bows.
The two companies fall under Pixie’s Pixs – which sells other children’s toys, clothes and accessories that have the 10-year-old’s stamp of approval.
Commenting on her daughter’s huge success, Roxy said she’s set all this up for Pixie so she “can retire at 15” if she wants to.
toutefois, the mum says that’s pretty unlikely given her pre-teen’s entrepreneurial drive.
Elle a dit: “What is the most exciting thing for me is the entrepreneurial spirit that she has at such a young age. I never had it, although it was drummed into me that I had to succeed.”
“Quand j'étais 14, I got a job at McDonald’s because that’s what you did back in my day.
"Donc, I guess to me the biggest thing is her drive as an entrepreneur. Oui, I’ve enabled it, but she’s still got it, which is for me the most rewarding part.”
Roxy, who has a number of successful businesses including Sweaty Betty PR, shares Pixie with husband Oliver Curtis, who she married in 2012.
The couple are also parents to six-year-old Hunter, and live in a $6.6million (£3.6m) mansion in Sydney.
En août, Pixie received £265 Balenciaga flip flops and a Prada handbag for her 10th birthday – not to mention the lavish party thrown in her honour.
Et, Roxy shared Pixie’s VERY extravagant Christmas list – including a new phone and a £50 anti-ageing cream.
Pour plus d'histoires parentales, ce mum was heartbroken when no one came to her autistic son’s party– parents BANNED their kids so she came up with better plan.
Et ça mum banned her daughter from homework or having friends over as it’s too stressful and insists it’s not neglect.
Plus ça mum revealed why she’s not buying her baby anything for Christmas – she says it’s a waste of money and urged parents to do the same.