Pixie Curtis is only 12 years old but is a very famous name in Australia. The Australian media kept an eye on his every move. Because of this, Pixie was very excited when her family decided to move to Singapore because of her father’s job.
There, Pixie bought a Range Rover Vogue, possibly to replace Mercedes-Benz in Australia.
Pixie doesn’t drive this car herself until she grows up. But it is worth noting that the Range Rover Vogue he bought costs around 172,000 – 250,000 USD. This is still not the final amount for Pixie to spend. Singapore imposes very high taxes on private car owners. The rolling cost of a car is usually 4-5 times the listed price.
So where does a 12 year old girl get the money to have such an expensive car?
Although Pixie was only 12 years old, she became a millionaire thanks to the business owner of a children’s toy brand, which she founded with her mother – Sweaty Betty.
In addition, she is also very popular on social networks because of the beautiful pictures posted on Instagram by her mother since she was 2 years old. That’s why Pixie was also given the title of “Instagram Princess” by the Australian media.
After the company was founded, in 2011, when Pixie was 10 years old, the Australian media reported that the girl had a net worth of one million dollars.
Fame brought him vast amounts of money, but at the same time deprived him of some personal freedom. For that reason, it looks like Pixie is enjoying life in Singapore a lot, at least for now.
“No one is looking at me for who I am, what I am. No one places any expectations on me. No one looks at me as curiously as before. For Singaporeans, ‘Who is Roxy? ‘ This feeling. It’s really new and free,” Pixie shared Sydney Morning Herald (Roxy is Pixie’s mother and is famous.)
However, if she continues to buy luxuries and share them on social media, I fear the privacy is unlikely to last long.