PR QUEEN Roxy Jacenko has set tongues wagging with a snap on Instagram that suggests she could be set to walk down the aisle again.
In the photo, the publicist is grinning for the camera in front of giant balloon letters that spell out the words, “Marry me? Again”.
Ice buckets holding bottles of pink champagne can be seen on the sideboard of a candlelit suite at Sydney’s Four Seasons Hotel, where Oliver Curtis reportedly popped the question on Friday night.
Jacenko believed she was “picking up a friend” in Woollahra, but Curtis had instructed her two employees to “make a wrong turn” and drive her to the hotel where she was “shoved” out of the car and handed an envelope with a key and directions to the room.
The Instagram post appears to indicate that Jacenko will renew her vows with her husband, who was released from prison last month after serving a one-year term for his role in a $1.4 million insider trading plot.
It comes after the 37-year-old was spotted around town wearing a large, dazzling engagement ring, believed to be from Sydney’s Nicholas Haywood Jeweller.
The ever-resilient Jacenko was all smiles in her Instagram photo, despite having had her $1.4 million revamped Sweaty Betty PR office attacked by vandals on Friday morning.
The Paddington building’s facade was pelted with foul-smelling, paint-injected eggs in a malicious damage incident being invested by police.
Her engagement post attracted hundreds of comments from wellwishers offering their congratulations – and could well put an end to rumours the marriage between Jacenko and Curtis had run into trouble.
It remains to be seen whether the upcoming ceremony will live up to the lavish $1000-a-head extravaganza that was their first wedding in 2012, when Jacenko wore a Vera Wang frock reportedly flown in on a first class seat from Los Angeles.
In April, Jacenko was photographed kissing another man, former boyfriend and property millionaire Nabil Gazal, who is understood to have provided emotional support to the publicist.
However, despite being seen without her wedding band, posting to social media about “single girl issues” and resigning as a director of Curtis’ investment company, Jacenko publicly declared that she was “still married”.
Gazal is understood to have provided emotional support to Jacenko, who battled breast cancer last year while putting on a brave face for her children and continuing to work around the clock running her PR business.
The former investment banker’s heartfelt reunion with children Pixie, 5, and Hunter, 3, was captured by media as he boarded a private jet at Cooma Airport on June 23.
It is understood Jacenko flew down several times to visit her husband in prison, while telling her children their father was in China on business in order to shield them from the brutal reality.
While the welcome home party Jacenko had planned for Curtis was cancelled at the last minute in favour of a “quiet night in”, the family were spotted the next day enjoying brunch together at Bill’s in Bondi – although neither parents wore their wedding rings.
Curtis wasted no time in returning to civilian duties, suiting up to go to work at his father’s company just days after his release from prison.
Now it appears that, after a tough year on all fronts, one of Australia’s most watched families is getting back to its own glamorous version of “normal”.