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Roxy shares "single girl” issues

Roxy Jacenko.
Roxy Jacenko. AAP image

WITH her husband Oliver Curtis serving a jail sentence for insider trading, it seems Roxy Jacenko has given her relationship status a rethink.

In a post to her Instagram story, the 36-year-old publicist 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.

"Pix and Hunty help me with tricky zips these days,” Jacenko told Be, referring to the video.

"They were in bed so I was almost a contortionist trying to get it up solo! Gave up in the end!”

The subtle hint at her relationship status follows speculation over the future of her marriage to Curtis.

Last year, Jacenko was photographed without her wedding ring while strolling around Sydney's exclusive Double Bay with her ex-boyfriend, millionaire property developer Nabil Gazal.

Since Curtis' sentencing, the publicist - who underwent surgery for breast cancer last year - has been photographed regularly over summer relaxing at the beach with the couple's children, Hunter, 2, and Pixie, 5.

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