SHE’S the proud owner of a home gym, equipped with a treadmill, weights bench and even a pilates reformer.
And while the setup is more than most adults could ever dream of, Pixie Curtis is just 11-years-old.
Pixie frequently posts snapshots of her unique lifestyle on her Instagram page, and took to her Stories this week to share a look at her decked out home gym.
You might wonder just how Pixie has enough money to get a home gym, own £193,000 worth of cars and regularly get pricey acrylic manicures as a pre-teen.
In fact, the Australian created toy business Pixie’s Fidgets alongside her mum Roxy Jacencko, and it launched in May.
Within 48 hours, their colourful popping toys had completely sold out, and in its first month, the business made over $200,000 (£105k).
Roxy also created a hair accessory brand in her daughter’s name when she was just a baby – Pixie’s Bows.
PR guru Roxy, who has a number of successful businesses including Sweaty Betty PR, shares Pixie with husband Oliver Curtis, who she married in 2012.
The couple are also parents to seven-year-old Hunter, and live in a $6.6million (£3.6m) mansion in Sydney.
Her mum has already spent a whopping £193,000 on cars for her daughter – including a £43k Mercedes Benz – and said she bought Pixie the extravagant motor for its “extra safety features.”
Speaking to News.com.au, she said previously: “It’s of utmost importance to me that both she and her brother Hunter travel safely on the roads when going to and from school so I purchased a car for her.
“Obviously she doesn’t drive it, she is driven in it as is her brother to and from school and for any activities.
“Given the number of fatalities on our roads their safety is so important so if it means buying a car that has extra safety features that’s what I’ll do.”
Roxy has been criticised in the past for allowing Pixie to own cars despite not being able to drive them, and allowing the 11-year-old to have acrylic nails.
Pixie also has a wardrobe stuffed full of designer clothes – from Balmain to Fendi.