Pixie Curtis is Australia’s most famous four-year-old. Obviously that’s not an official title but I can’t think of another Australian tot who could rival her profile.
She is the daughter of PR queen Roxy Jacenko, has over 100,000 followers on Instagram and has her own booming business selling super-cute bows. She flies around the world several times a year, travels in private jets, stays in hotels where breakfast probably costs more than my weekly rent and apparently earns a tidy sum for a single Instagram pic (her mother told The Project that the money raised from Pixie’s business is held in trust for when she comes of age).
A lot — and I mean A LOT — has been written and said about this arrangement. Is Pixie being exploited by her parents? Is it right for a child’s life to be so public?