Oliver Curtis proposes to wife Roxy Jacenko again after year in prison


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Oliver Curtis and Roxy Jacenko are getting married … again.

Curtis, 31, who was freed from Cooma Correctional Centre last month after a year behind bars on insider trading charges, surprised his wife of four years Jacenko, 37, with the proposal in a private suite at Sydney’s luxury Four Seasons Hotel on Friday night.

Oliver Curtis released from jail

After a year behind bars, the husband of Roxy Jacenko and father of two left jail and was greeted by the media rather than his family, before boarding a private jet.

Jacenko believed she was “picking up a friend” in Woollahra, but Curtis had instructed her two Sweaty Betty employees to “make a wrong turn” and drive her to the CBD. Once they got to the hotel, Jacenko said she was “shoved” out the door of the car and handed an envelope with a key and instructions on how to get to the room.

Waiting for her in the candlelight was Curtis with champagne and gold balloons that spelled out, “Marry me again?” 

Fairfax Media have contacted Jacenko for her response, but judging by the look on her face in her Instagram picture, it seems to be a “yes”.

“When you smell like a rotten egg from cleaning your building facade all day and open a door to…” she captioned her Instagram picture standing amongst the proposal. 

Jacenko had spent the day cleaning up after vandals paint-bombed her new multimillion-dollar offices in Paddington. 

She has yet to reveal if Curtis gave her another engagement ring.

The pair, who have two children together Pixie, 5, and Hunter, 3, were spotted on Saturday morning by Fairfax Media putting on a PDA-filled display over a celebratory breakfast at their favourite haunt Bills in Bondi.

The surprise proposal puts to bed speculation of a relationship breakdown after Jacenko was spotted kissing her ex-boyfriend, property developer Nabil Gazal, in April during a late-night party at his Darling Point home, while Curtis was in Cooma.

Since his release, neither of them have worn their wedding rings. 

Curtis was jailed for his role in an insider trading conspiracy that netted him and former school friend John Hartman about $1.4 million, which the duo spent on luxury cars and motorbikes, ski and casino trips, as well as luxury rental accommodation.

When Hartman was pinged for insider trading, he revealed Curtis’ involvement as part of a deal with prosecutors. He served 15-months in jail.

In March 2012, 10 days after Hartman was released, Curtis and Jacenko married in a $1000-a-head extravaganza at Sydney restaurant Quay, which cost $250,000.

Curtis gave his bride a white Ferrari convertible as a wedding gift.

Her Vera Wang wedding dress was reportedly flown in from Los Angeles on a first-class seat after months of fittings.

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