Little Pixie Curtis has her own business and lives a jet setting lifestyle - despite being just two years old.
 
Pixie has become a huge hit on Instagram where she has hundreds of photographs showing off her lavish lifestyle.
 
Images show her relaxing on a private jet, showing off her bling and shopping at designer stores.
 
Her mum, Roxy Jacenko, is an Australian socialite who runs her own PR company while her father, Oliver Curtis, is an investment banker.
 
Roxy said, “With the hours my husband and I work it’s the best way to make sure that we get to spend as much time as we can with her as we work long hours.
 
"We work seven days a week and 12-14 hour days a week – so the lifestyle is something that doesn’t come easy by any stretch, its blood sweat and tears."
 
Pixie has even launched her own brand Pixies Pix to sell hair bows - which her mum set up in her name.
 
Roxy, who ghost writes Pixie's Instagram, said,  "I suppose as a two year old everything is exciting, she doesn’t know any different, everything is new and an experience for her.
 
Critics have slammed Roxy for posting the pictures online claiming they are unsuitable, but she defended herself saying, "I make sure the imagery is appropriate for a public space.
 
"You won’t see me posting pictures that show my children doing anything other than normal kid activities - the playground, the park, family celebrations. You won’t see bath shots, or shots that aren’t age appropriate,” she said. 
 

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