WHILE Roxy Jacenko waits for her husband Oliver Curtis to be released from jail, the Sydney publicist is reportedly improving her relationship with her ex-boyfriend Nabil Gazal.
According to Private Sydney,Gazal, a Sydney businessman and millionaire property developer, gifted Jacenko a diamond ring, valued at $50,000, at Christmas time.
AE Design, who created the diamond-studded ring, describe it as “an eternity ring”.
When asked by the publication, Jacenko flatly denied Gazal had given her extra diamonds for the ring claiming they were instead pieces she’d “owned for years” or gifted to her by friends.
Apkar Ervan, who designed the ring, declined to comment.
Jacenko’s husband is due for release in June after he was jailed for insider trading last year.
The couple share two children Hunter, three, and Pixie, five.
Since Curtis’ imprisonment, Jacenko has sparked numerous breakup rumours.
In February, the 36-year-old publicist posted on her Instagram and called herself a “single girl” as she documented a minor wardrobe mishap that showed her struggling to do the zipper up on a dress by herself.
“Single girl issues = trying to get your zipper up,” she commented on the photos that show her trying on the $650 floral Zimmermann frock that still had the tags on.
It’s not clear whether the publicist is referring to life without Curtis while he’s in prison or if the pair are no longer together.
Last year, Jacenko was also photographed without her wedding ring while strolling around Sydney’s exclusive Double Bay with Gazal.
In an interview with The Morning Show, Jacenko said “all is fine” with her marriage.
“I don’t know who goes to the gym with their jewellery on,” Jacenko said.
“I definitely put a face on because there’s always a few good looking boys in the gym. But I’m still married.
“Look, no marriage is ever perfect. Obviously mine is challenged because of the situation we’re in, but Ollie is a wonderful father and I’ve got my rings on [today], but I don’t wear them to the gym … all is fine.”
SOURCE: newsnow entertainment