Roxy Jacenko and her nine-year-old daughter Pixie show off their matching $ 5600 Valentino handbags

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PR queen Roxy Jacenko shows off her $ 5600 Valentino handbag – and her nine-year-old daughter Pixie has a matching kids version that costs a whopping $ 4900

Roxy Jacenko’s daughter Pixie is sure to adopt her fashion-conscious mother.

On Sunday, the 41-year-old PR queen shared a photo of herself and Pixie Curtis, nine, heading to a family dinner with matching handbags.

In the Instagram Stories post, the stylish couple both wore black leather bags with studs from designer brand Valentino.

Just like mom! Roxy Jacenko’s daughter Pixie is sure to adopt her fashion-conscious mother. On Sunday, the 41-year-old PR queen shared a photo of herself and Pixie Curtis, nine, heading to a family dinner with matching handbags

Roxy had the medium-sized version of the Valentino Garavani Alcove handbag in grained calf leather, worth over $ 5600.

Pixie had the small version of the exact same bag, in a more suitable size for a child, worth $ 4900.

The toddler already has two successful product lines – Pixie’s Bows and Pixie’s Fidgets.

Luxury!  In the Instagram Stories post, the stylish couple both wore black leather bags with studs from designer brand Valentino

Luxury! In the Instagram Stories post, the stylish couple both wore black leather bags with studs from designer brand Valentino

Bag it!  Roxy had the medium-sized version of the Valentino Garavani Alcove handbag in grained calfskin, worth over $ 5,600. Pixie had the small version of the exact same bag, in a more suitable size for a child, worth $ 4900

Bag it! Roxy had the medium-sized version of the Valentino Garavani Alcove handbag in grained calfskin, worth over $ 5,600. Pixie had the small version of the exact same bag, in a more suitable size for a child, worth $ 4900

In May, Pixie’s line of fidget toys sold a whopping $ 200,000 in their debut month across Australia.

In a recent interview with Confidential, Pixie revealed that her mom wants her to invest her money in properties.

“Mama keeps telling me to save the money to buy an apartment,” Pixie said.

Loaded!  In a recent interview with Confidential, Pixie revealed that her mother wants her to invest her money in properties

Loaded! In a recent interview with Confidential, Pixie revealed that her mother wants her to invest her money in properties

“But I told her to forget about that because I want a double bed and an iPhone 12,” she added.

According to the clever little girl, she got the idea after watching the viral toy on the social media app Tik Tok.

‘At first I saw them on TikTok. I told Mom to buy them for my website, ”she explained.

Fun!  In May, Pixie's line of fidget toys sold for a whopping $ 200,000 in value in their debut month across Australia

Fun! In May, Pixie’s line of fidget toys sold a whopping $ 200,000 in their debut month across Australia

Driving Mom Crazy: In December last year, Roxy received backlash from fans after purchasing an $ 84,500 car for her daughter.  The PR mogul pointed out that her daughter clearly 'doesn't drive the car'

Driving Mom Crazy: In December last year, Roxy received backlash from fans after purchasing an $ 84,500 car for her daughter. The PR mogul pointed out that her daughter clearly ‘doesn’t drive’

Since finding success online, Pixie’s pop-up stores have popped up in Bondi Junction, Parramatta, Miranda, and Narellan Town Center.

Last December, Roxy kept fan reaction after purchasing an $ 84,500 car for her daughter.

The PR mogul pointed out that her daughter clearly “doesn’t drive.”

Roxy shares Pixie with her husband Oliver Curtis, whom she married in 2012. They are also the proud parents of six-year-old son Hunter.

Family: Roxy shares Pixie and son Hunter, five, with businessman Oliver Curtis, whom she married in 2012.

Family: Roxy shares Pixie and son Hunter, five, with businessman Oliver Curtis, whom she married in 2012.

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