In a candid interview, PR CEO Roxy Jacenko has opened up about her husband, Oliver Curtis' upcoming release from prison.
The 36-year-old told Wentworth Courier that she "absolutely" will be waiting at the gates of Cooma Correctional Centre with her children Pixie, 5, and Hunter, 3, to collect the family man.
“Yes. Absolutely [we will be at the gates],” Jacenko said. “The kids are looking forward to having their father back. Remember Pixie hasn’t seen Oli for 12 months, so it’s very important we’re there.”
She went on to say that the couple's eldest child is not aware of where her father has been for the past 12 months.
“She’ll think she’s picking him up from work. She doesn’t know any different,” she said.
The Sweaty Betty CEO gushed about Curtis' skills as a dad, describing him as an "amazing father".
“He’s a good guy. He’s a good dad. I can’t fault him in that respect at all. He’s been an amazing father to the children and he’ll come out and he’ll go back to work and his life will resume as an investment banker.”
Jacenko also revealed that she recently resigned as director of Curtis’s company, Encounter Investments.
“I resigned as a director last week. I’m a business person," she said. "The reality is Oli is coming out, he can sign his own paperwork, I’ve got my own business to run, he doesn’t need me as a signatory anymore.”
This article originally appeared on WHO.
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