A mum has splashed out on another luxury car for her nine-year-old – even though she’s too young to drive.
Roxy Jacenko, who famously bought her daughter Pixie a £46,000 Mercedes-Benz last year, has added another motor to her collection.
The primary school child now has a £140,000 Mercedes-Benz GL to share with her seven-year-old brother Hunter.
Roxy, a PR guru from Australia, is planning to use the vehicle to transport her two kids on the school run.
She wanted to treat Pixie, who apparently helps her mum rake in $200,000 AUD (around £105,000) a month from two businesses.
The enterprising youngster has also had other lucrative ventures like selling bows and fidget toys to other children.
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Roxy told news.com.au: “I’m super proud of her and her brother. Pixie’s idea to add fidgets and sensory toys to her bow business, which many people said wouldn’t be popular, has been a huge success.
“The help both her brother and her give me on the buying (every night we work on new style selections and argue over it), the packing, the restocking, goes well beyond their years so the new car was a reward.
“We’ve made a pact, we must keep going, work harder. Next it’s a Rolls Royce.”
When the mum shared a picture of the “special” Mercedes gift on Instagram, her post garnered 6,600 likes.
The pricey present garnered a mixed response in the comments section though.
Some congratulated the family on the new car.
One commenter said: “Yay congrats Roxy. Most hard working woman I know, well deserved.”
Another agreed: “Wow! Well done Roxy. You work hard and you deserve it.”
Others were less thrilled though, writing: “Aren’t they a little too young to drive.”
And another said: “Seriously do we now live in a world where people are actually congratulated for getting a new car? Oh dear.”
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