SCHOOLGIRL millionaire Pixie Curtis has said she is happy to “have some time out” after retiring aged 11.
The kidfluencer has taken a step back from her hair accessory business to focus on homework and sports.
She has been building a business and social media empire for a number of years thanks to her PR guru mum, Roxy Jacenko.
Roxy previously commented that her little one could “retire at 15” if she wanted to due to her mammoth success online and as a CEO.
But after years hustling in the limelight, 11-year-old Pixie wants to focus on being a kid for a bit.
That is, a kid with 136,000 Instagram followers who gets spray tans regularly and has a lucrative deal with a haircare brand.
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Pixie said: “It’s easier now, when I was doing the business every afternoon after school and then activities.
“I would be doing toy reviews or running through new products that mum was thinking to stock on the website, which was getting tricky.
“Now I am in Year 6 there are a lot more commitments and homework that also needs to be completed.”
Despite retiring at such a young age, the pocket-sized businesswoman is still eyeing up adding a Range Rover to her luxury car collection, despite being years off the legal driving age.
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Pixie, with her mum’s help, built a multi million-pound empire flogging hair bows and fidget spinners during the pandemic.
The mum-and-daughter duo officially launched toy business Pixie’s Fidgets in May 2021 – and in the first 48 hours, they had completely sold out.
The company reportedly turned over £105K in its first month.
Hair accessory business Pixie’s Bows is as old as the CEO herself after Roxy established the brand in her daughter’s name when she was just a baby.
But her little girl’s business schedule caused conflict between the pair, with Roxy getting annoyed if Pixie didn’t want to create content after school, news.com.au reported.
The young millionaire told the news site she was “worn out” juggling so many plates and is “happy that now she can focus on her school work and have some time out”.
Roxy decided to phase out her daughter’s fidget spinner business over the last year but they are still selling clips and hair accessories through Pixie’s Bows.
Pixie explained: “It doesn’t require a lot of work as it's just about choosing colourways each season and now I am 11, I don’t wear hair bows as I am too old!”
Even though she isn’t to drive, she has a £143k Mercedes Benz GI and an ever growing wish list of luxury cars – including a Range Rover.
The last reported value of the young girls car collection was £193k but it is likely to have exceeded that figure now, with many having extra safety features to protect the child celebrity.
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Mum Roxy has a number of successful businesses, such as Sweaty Betty PR, and shares Pixie with husband Oliver Curtis.
The couple married in 2012 are also parents to seven-year-old Hunter, with the family-of-four living in a £3.6million mansion in Sydney, Aus.
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