An Australian girl is about to retire as a millionaire at the age of 15 despite being a primary school student.
The child, 10-year-old Pixie Curtis, founded a doll company that made him a huge sum of money that met the needs of his entire family.
With the help of her mother, Roxy Jacenko, Pixie was able to start her own company called Pixie’s Fidget which she launched last year and sold all the dolls within 48 hours.
Besides, Pixie owns another hair accessories company called Pixie’s bow, which her mother started when she was a child. Pixie with her mother at one of the charity events they provide for the needy.
Both of these companies are part of Pixie’s Pix, which also sells children’s sports equipment and has been providing grants at different times and to different needs.
Her mother said her daughter might retire at the age of 15 if he wanted to. Jacenko, Pixie's mother, owns a number of well-functioning businesses, including Sweaty Betty PR.
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