Roxy Jacenko’s millionaire daughter Pixie, 11, retires as she closes another business – after her toy company made $200,000 in one month
Pixie, the millionaire daughter of Roxy Jacenko, has shut down her hair accessories business while her mother relieves all of their businesses.
The 11-year-old’s Instagram page for Pixie’s Bows announced its closure on Friday, as the company is hosting a “70% off site-wide” sale.
It will be another business that Roxy, 43, shut down after she shut down her business for fidget toy brand Pixie’s Pix and her PR firm Sweaty Betty PR.
Roxy’s only remaining business is the talent management company The Ministry of Talent, with the Jacenko family now leaving their $14 million Vaucluse mansion.
While husband Oliver Curtis spends most of his time between Tasmania and Singapore, divorce speculation has run rampant as to why Roxy is closing businesses and downsizing the home.
Roxy Jacenko’s, 43, (right) millionaire daughter Pixie, 11, (left) has shut down her hair accessories business as her mother relieves all of their businesses
However, she quashed rumors earlier this week that her lavish mansion was just “too big” as she, Pixie and son Hunter lived there alone.
It comes after the PR queen announced that her daughter is “semi-retiring” from her online toy empire to focus on high school.
She said that while her daughter’s fidget toy brand was once raking in $200,000 a month, Pixie has decided it’s time to “refocus” her priorities.
The 11-year-old’s Instagram page for Pixie’s Bows announced its closure on Friday as the company hosts a “70% off site-wide” sale
“Pixie has decided to hang her shoes in the online toy store to focus on her upcoming entry into high school,” she shared. News.com.au in February.
“Over the past few months, we’ve been discussing business plans for the future as a family and decided it was time to refocus with high school just around the corner.”
The mother-of-two said at the time that her daughter’s fidget spinner store and accessory label Pixie’s Bows will not close, but will scale back operations so Pixie can focus on her education.
However, the mother-daughter business duo seems to have changed their mind now that both companies are closing.
It will be the umpteenth company Roxy has shut down after shutting down operations for fidget toy brand Pixie’s Pix and her public relations company Sweaty Betty PR