Mum trolled for daughter, 11, wearing sharp fake nails – but doesnt care

Mum-of-two Roxy Jacenko has been slammed by trolls for allowing her 11-year-old daughter to get ‘super sharp’ acrylic false nails – but she doesn’t care.

The Aussie mum is repeatedly blasted by online critics over her controversial parenting choices but continues to spoil Pixie, 11, and Hunter, eight.

Earlier this year, the PR mogul was hit with backlash for her daughter's showy birthday bash which raked up a £32,000 ($40,000 AUD) bill.

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This time, followers have been left stunned by a snap of pre-teen Pixie sporting long fake nails.

The picture, posted to Roxy’s 262,000 Instagram followers, shows the young siblings smiling while out at a restaurant.

In the snap, Pixie’s fresh white manicured nails, complete with a diamonte on one finger, are proudly on display.

Preempting the stream of negative comments coming her way, the mum captioned the post: "Dinner dates, and yes, she has those unacceptable acrylics on for the holidays before you tell me."

While some parents loved the little one’s look, not everyone was happy with the accessory.

One wrote: "She just wants to be strong and powerful like her mum, you do you gorgeous."

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And a second commented: "My eight-year-old has the 'unacceptable' fake nails too!"

Hitting back at the haters, Roxy wrote: "While some media outlets and Instagram critics are in a flap over Pixie’s holiday nails – we will just carry on doing our thing."

According to The Sun, Roxy previously explained: "She’s also experienced bullying, like when I shared her Christmas wish list on Instagram.

"She’d asked for an expensive skin cream and people were saying she was a spoiled monster. I reassured her they were just jealous and to pay them no attention.”

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