Roxy Jacenko splashes a rumoured $45k per month as she secures a luxurious apartment at


Roxy Jacenko recently packed up and moved to Singapore for good.   

And the PR queen, 43, has secured an apartment in the city’s prestigious Ardmore Residence, with a rumoured rent of around $45,000 per month. 

Roxy, who recently sold her stunning $16 million Vaucluse mansion in May, is believed to have secured a palatial four-bedroom apartment in the building. 

The socialite is yet to move into the exclusive apartment with her believed to be staying at the city’s Capella residences while the apartment is readied.  

The Ardmore’s 36-storey tower, just a short walk from Orchard Road entertainment precinct, was designed by renowned architect, Ben van Berkel. 

PR queen Roxy Jacenko, 43, has secured a four-bedroom apartment in the exclusive Ardmore Residence in Singapore, with a rumoured price tag of $45k per month. Pictured with husband Oliver Curtis

PR queen Roxy Jacenko, 43, has secured a four-bedroom apartment in the exclusive Ardmore Residence in Singapore, with a rumoured price tag of $45k per month. Pictured with husband Oliver Curtis 

The apartments feature a seamless flow of living and dining areas along with a well-shaded, double-height balcony, perfect for entertaining. 

The home features four bedrooms with each having an en suite bathroom, ensuring enough space for husband Oliver and kids Hunter, nine, and Pixie, 12. 

In addition to panoramic views of the city, the well-appointed home features an open plan kitchen, along with V-Zug appliances and a Liebherr refrigerator. 

The home has luxurious travertine marble in the living and dining areas along with gorgeous oak flooring in the bedrooms.

The exclusive residence has a number of shared facilities including a 50-metre lap pool, jacuzzi, and a children’s pool. 

The four bedroom apartments in the building feature panoramic views of the city and large living spaces. Pictured: a four-bedroom apartment in the Ardmore

The four bedroom apartments in the building feature panoramic views of the city and large living spaces. Pictured: a four-bedroom apartment in the Ardmore

The tower also has a gym overlooking the pool and gardens and an elegant clubhouse, used by the building’s residents.

The building is situated just a short stroll from the famed Orchid Road, a place of lively entertainment and restaurants.

Roxy is believed to be staying at the exclusive Capella Singapore while she waits for the new apartment to be ready. 

The home has luxurious Travertine marble in living and dining while it features oak flooring in the bedrooms. The opulent bathroom features twin sinks and a large bathtub

The home has luxurious Travertine marble in living and dining while it features oak flooring in the bedrooms. The opulent bathroom features twin sinks and a large bathtub

The PR star is rumoured to have flown to Los Angeles to furnish the new property just three weeks ago at Restoration Hardware.

A complete home of furnishings will be airfreighted to Singapore for the new pad. 

The star was seen outside the main heritage building along with by the pool. 

Another photo showed the glamazon wearing a simple black dress, Hermes sandals, and a diamond necklace during the family outing. 

Roxy and her children just relocated to the East Asian country to be with husband Oliver Curtis, leaving her beloved Sydney for good.

The home features four bedrooms with each having an en suite bathroom.

The home features four bedrooms with each having an en suite bathroom.

The PR queen looks to be settling in well after making a tidy profit from selling off her Vaucluse mansion for a whopping $16 million. 

The star jetted off to start her new life in Singapore on Friday with her uncharacteristically sentimental over the move. 

The 43-year-old posted a photo of herself on the plane, sitting in first class, along with the caption: ‘end of an era’.

The exclusive complex has shared amenities, including a large swimming pool and cabanas

The exclusive complex has shared amenities, including a large swimming pool and cabanas

Roxy and her clan spent their last few nights in Sydney at the luxury Crown hotel in the CBD after packing up the family mansion, which they sold last month.

Her children said goodbye to their school friends and nanny Martinica Canha, as their mother tied up loose ends.

The Sweaty Betty founder revealed back in June she was leaving Sydney to live with her husband in Singapore.

She admitted her life in the harbour city has a stark difference to her upcoming new life overseas.

Roxy and her children, Hunter, nine, and Pixie, 12, are staying at the Capella in Singapore while the apartment at the Ardmore Residence is getting ready

Roxy and her children, Hunter, nine, and Pixie, 12, are staying at the Capella in Singapore while the apartment at the Ardmore Residence is getting ready

‘No one knows me there, no one has any preconceived idea of who or what I am, no one has any expectation, and best of all, no one actually cares!’ she told the Sydney Morning Herald.

‘In Singapore it was a matter of “Roxy who?” I actually found it really refreshing and a bit liberating.’

Roxy also said she was prepared to get a divorce when her husband Oliver moved to Singapore for work.

Her marriage was previously under scrutiny after it was revealed that she’d sold her family mansion in Sydney’s Vaucluse and shut down some of her businesses after Oliver relocated to the Southeast Asian country for a job.

Roxy left Sydney for good last week and jetted off to Singapore to start her new life

Roxy left Sydney for good last week and jetted off to Singapore to start her new life 

Roxy later confirmed that she and Oliver didn’t split and she decided to move instead.

Speaking to The Kyle And Jackie O Show, she explained she’d argued with her 37-year-old husband about his decision to leave, noting that he’d had spent years splitting his time between Sydney and Tasmania for his previous job.

‘I basically said to Ollie, “look, you go to Singapore and I’ll stay here”. And he’s like, “well, I don’t know if that will work”. And I was like, “well, it’s worked for the last five years”,’ she said.

Roxy recalled how Oliver told her he needed to be a resident of Singapore for the sake of his job and personal finances.

The Sweaty Betty founder revealed back in June she was leaving Sydney to live with her husband in Singapore. The clan are seen here at Pixie's going away and birthday party last weekend

The Sweaty Betty founder revealed back in June she was leaving Sydney to live with her husband in Singapore. The clan are seen here at Pixie’s going away and birthday party last weekend 

Her children said goodbye to their nanny Martinica Canha as they spent their last few nights in Sydney at the Crown. All pictured

Her children said goodbye to their nanny Martinica Canha as they spent their last few nights in Sydney at the Crown. All pictured  

‘I was like, “Ok, well then what’s my option?” He goes, “oh, we have to get divorced”.’

Surprisingly, Roxy said she was perfectly content with ending her marriage then and there.

‘I’m good with that. So just give me the paperwork, I’ll sign the paperwork we can get divorced. You do your job there and I’ll stay here. And we’ll visit’,’ she said.

However Roxy eventually decided against ending the marriage and agreed to move the whole family to Singapore for the sake of Pixie and Hunter.

‘It’s time. They need a dad around, and because he’s never here… like, he comes [back home to Sydney] like two days at a time,’ she explained at the time.

She also blamed her long-distance relationship with Oliver as the reason why she constantly spoils her children with lavish gifts, claiming she struggles to tell her kids ‘no’ when he isn’t around.

Roxy later joked that Oliver ‘probably has a wife in each port’, adding: ‘But hey, whatever, it’s 2023.’

Roxy and Oliver are pictured with their two children, Hunter, nine, and Pixie, 12

Roxy and Oliver are pictured with their two children, Hunter, nine, and Pixie, 12



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