Was the first class full? Roxy Jacenko grimaces in disgust as employee Holly Asser attacks a bag of Jetstar vomit during a turbulent economic flight from hell
Daily Mail Australia Reporter
She is used to flying first class, and she even knows that she catches a private jet or two.
But on Friday, Roxy Jacenko put the luxury on pause after she was forced to fly with the budget airline Jetstar for a last-minute deal in Melbourne.
The flight was far from fluid, with Holly Asser, the 38-year-old employee, vomiting in a bag of patients after the plane suffered some turbulence during the landing.
Panic in the sky! Roxy Jacenko (L) suffered through a Jetstar flight into an economy on Friday, which saw her employee Holly Asser (R) throw up in a bag of vomit
"She came badly when we were landing due to some turbulence," Roxy explained when she contacted Daily Mail Australia.
She thought of throwing up in her bag at first! Thank God for the sick bag.
The Public Relations mogul and his vomitor employee were in Melbourne to work on a "top secret event".
"She came badly when we were landing due to some turbulence," Roxy explained. She thought of throwing up in her bag at first! Thank God for the sick bag.
Earlier this year, Roxy dropped thousands of dollars on top flight from Singapore Airlines to London with her husband Oliver Curtis and two children.
Flying in first class with Singapore Airlines costs more than $ 12,500 per adult.
Also joining the family on the trip was Roxy's employee Sweaty Betty PR, Grace Garrick, who was helping care for Pixie and Hunter at that time.
$ 12,500 per adult! Earlier this year, Roxy dropped thousands of dollars on first-class flights from Singapore Airlines to London with her husband Oliver Curtis and two children
Clearly enjoying the advantages of working for Australia's most famous publicist, Grace also flew first class.
Roxy is no stranger to a private jet either.
The public relations queen flew privately several times to visit her husband Curtis in jail while he was in prison behind bars for insider trading, and in July he took a private plane from London to Sicily.
Luxury life! The public relations mogul also loves to fly on private jets (pictured)