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Roxy Jacenko topples over while carrying Pixies Fidgets stock boxes

PR queen Roxy Jacenko laughed off a potentially ‘deadly’ fall on Monday after she toppled on the stairs while shifting boxes of stock in Sydney.

The 41-year-old uploaded CCTV footage on Instagram that showed her collapsing on the steps of her front foyer.

Roxy, who wore leggings and a black top, was carrying an empty cardboard box outside when she misjudged one of the steps and fell over.

Accident: PR queen Roxy Jacenko (right, with husband Oliver Curtis) laughed off a potentially ‘deadly’ fall on Monday after she toppled on the stairs while shifting boxes of stock in Sydney

She tumbled onto her backside, hitting the bottom step hard and slamming her right elbow into the door while trying to cushion her fall.

Despite her seemingly painful accident, Roxy smiled and laughed with the delivery man outside before springing back up again.

‘No one really realises the dedication I have to my job… when #pixiesfidgets unpacking becomes almost deadly!’ she captioned the footage.

Before the fall: The 41-year-old uploaded CCTV footage on Instagram that showed her collapsing on the steps of her front foyer

Before the fall: The 41-year-old uploaded CCTV footage on Instagram that showed her collapsing on the steps of her front foyer

That's gotta hurt! Roxy, who wore leggings and a black top, was carrying an empty cardboard box outside when she misjudged one of the steps and fell over

Ouch: She tumbled onto her backside, hitting the bottom step hard and slamming her right elbow into the door while trying to cushion her fall

That’s gotta hurt! Roxy, who wore leggings and a black top, was carrying an empty cardboard box outside when she misjudged one of the steps and fell over

Moving swiftly on! Despite her seemingly painful accident, Roxy smiled and laughed with the delivery man outside before springing back up again

Moving swiftly on! Despite her seemingly painful accident, Roxy smiled and laughed with the delivery man outside before springing back up again

Pixies Fidgets are a range of children’s toys Roxy manufactures and distributes. They are named for her daughter, Pixie Curtis.

It comes two months after Roxy shared a glimpse inside the crown jewel of her $6.5million Vaucluse mansion: the wine cellar.

The Sweaty Betty PR founder posted a photo on Instagram on February 17 of her walk-in fridge, which was fully stocked with thousands of dollars’ worth of wine.

Workplace accident: 'No one really realises the dedication I have to my job... when #pixiesfidgets unpacking becomes almost deadly!' she captioned the CCTV footage

Workplace accident: ‘No one really realises the dedication I have to my job… when #pixiesfidgets unpacking becomes almost deadly!’ she captioned the CCTV footage

Business venture: Pixies Fidgets are a range of children's toys Roxy manufactures and distributes. They are named for her daughter, Pixie Curtis (pictured)

Business venture: Pixies Fidgets are a range of children’s toys Roxy manufactures and distributes. They are named for her daughter, Pixie Curtis (pictured)

The sleek, black room looked more like a liquor emporium, boasting floor-to-ceiling shelving containing rows of neatly organised bottles.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia about her impressive liquor haul, Roxy admitted she’s mostly ‘clueless’ about wine and is ‘in charge of the champagne only’, meaning her husband, Oliver Curtis, handles ‘the Grange side of things’.

‘Champagne wise we have a healthy selection of Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque, Ruhinart Blanc de Blanc, Dom Perignon (including the limited edition Lenny Kravitz bottles), Louis Roederer Cristal and Armand de Brignac,’ she explained. 

Living the good life! It comes two months after Roxy shared a glimpse inside the crown jewel of her $6.5million Vaucluse mansion: the wine cellar

Living the good life! It comes two months after Roxy shared a glimpse inside the crown jewel of her $6.5million Vaucluse mansion: the wine cellar

‘The cellar was designed by Blainey North and is the entrance to the cinema.’

Purchased at auction in 2018, Roxy and Oliver’s mansion boasts enviable features such as sweeping harbour views and a steam room.

The sprawling three-storey home also features an outdoor swimming pool, ample floor-to-ceiling windows and roomy balcony space.

The cellar of dreams! The Sweaty Betty PR founder posted a photo on Instagram on February 17 of her walk-in fridge, which was fully stocked with thousands of dollars' worth of wine

The cellar of dreams! The Sweaty Betty PR founder posted a photo on Instagram on February 17 of her walk-in fridge, which was fully stocked with thousands of dollars’ worth of wine

Well stocked! Roxy previously uploaded this photo of the refrigerator fully stocked with AIX Rosé, which originates from the Provence region

Well stocked! Roxy previously uploaded this photo of the refrigerator fully stocked with AIX Rosé, which originates from the Provence region

Perfect for an expert entertainer like Roxy, the expansive balcony and panoramic views continue on the lower floors as well. 

The suburban palace also contains a home office, complete with a boardroom table, and a purpose-built display room housing her collection of designer handbags.

In her 2019 reality show I Am… Roxy, the blonde boasted about her handbag wardrobe, declaring: ‘People buy artwork for walls, I buy handbags!

Astonishing: Purchased at auction in 2018, Roxy and her husband Oliver Curtis' three-storey Vaucluse mansion boasts enviable features such as sweeping harbour views and a steam room

Astonishing: Purchased at auction in 2018, Roxy and her husband Oliver Curtis’ three-storey Vaucluse mansion boasts enviable features such as sweeping harbour views and a steam room

'People buy artwork for walls, I buy handbags!' Roxy also has access to a purpose-built display room housing her collection of designer handbags

‘People buy artwork for walls, I buy handbags!’ Roxy also has access to a purpose-built display room housing her collection of designer handbags 


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