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There was excitement in the air when Pixie and Hunter flew to be reunited with their father Oliver Curtis upon his release from prison on Friday morning. Meanwhile, the children's mother, PR queen Roxy Jacenko, saw the private jet flight as the perfect opportunity to spruik her favourite high-end fashion brands. Roxy, 37, shared an Instagram photo of her kids en route to Cooma Correctional Centre this week, and notably 'tagged' the pair's outfits by Gucci and Burberry. No such thing as bad publicity! Roxy Jacenko saw the private jet flight to collect Oliver Curtis from prison as the perfect opportunity to spruik her favourite fashion brands via her children In the caption, she also promoted Pixie's Bows - the fashion accessory brand which features her five-year-old daughter as its poster child. The photo was posted on Monday to three-year-old Hunter's Instagram account, which Roxy manages and boasts over 23,000 followers. She captioned the snap: 'When your mum says you need to coordinate with your sister and you are required to pretend you think It's a superb idea... but you really think the only thing she didn't ask me to wear was buns and #pixiesbows.' Roxy shared an Instagram photo of her kids en route to Cooma Correctional Centre on Friday, and 'tagged' their Gucci and Burberry outfits. Pictured: Pixie and Hunter greeting their father Roxy's Instagram post appears to confirm the Sweaty Betty founder still believes in the old PR saying, 'There's no such thing as bad publicity'. There has been national media attention on the Jacenko-Curtis family since Oliver, 31, was released from prison on Friday after serving 12 months for insider trading.

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