Multimillionaire teenager shows off latest posh purchase

A multimillionaire teenager has shown off their latest posh purchase to their social media followers.

Pixie Curtis, 12, has purchased a Range Rover after selling her Mercedes GL ahead of her move to Singapore from Australia.

Ms Curtis, who made her money through her business, Pixie’s Bows, has accrued so much capital that she was able to ‘retire’ earlier this year.

Following a decision by her parents to move to Singapore, Ms Curtis made the decision to treat herself to a new car even though she can’t legally drive.

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Ms Curtis posted photos of her brand new Range Rover Evoque, a small SUV, to her Instagram followers.

Her new car is estimated to be worth around £170,000.

Ms Curtis has now reportedly been living in Singapore for around a week and has celebrated her new life on Instagram.

Footage shows her visiting designer shops, ordering a new SUV, and playing tennis at her new home which reportedly has a gym and outdoor swimming pool.

Earlier this year, Ms Curtis, who allegedly made around £110,000 a month according to the Mirror, made the decision to take a break from her business.

Ms Curtis’ mother, PR guru Roxy Jacenko, allegedly said her daughter could retire at the age of 15 if she wanted.

However, Ms Curtis now reportedly wants to focus more on her education instead.

Speaking to, her mother said: “Pixie has decided to hang her online toy store shoes up to focus on her impending entry into high school.”

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She added: “In short, over the past few months, we have been discussing the business plans going forward as a family and decided that while it has been an amazing journey starting some three years ago, it was time to refocus with high school just around the corner.

“While the Pixie’s Pix online store will remain, it will go back to how it began in 2011 – as the best destination for children’s hair accessories and hair bows known as Pixie’s Bows – something that we will continue to manage together but with a lot less time/pressure for Pixie.”

It is not yet known what Ms Curtis’ plans are now she is based in Singapore.

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