Mum shares nine-year-old son's outrageous Christmas wish list
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Christmas is now less than a handful of days away and I'm sure many of us are either frantically faffing about with a load of wrapping paper and sellotape, chaotically sorting those last-minute gifts ahead of the big day.
Now, it's a given fact that some people are simply better gift-givers than others - which is why a Crimbo list is usually a much-welcomed thing to help point you in the right direction when it comes to doing your festive shopping.
Businesswoman Roxy Jacenko is known for liking the finer things in life and it's clear that her son Hunter has the exact same high-end taste.
The 43-year-old took to Instagram yesterday to share with his Christmas list - and there were no action figures, kids books or anything of the sort in sight.
Instead, Hunter had asked for an array of high-end fragrances, including Tom Ford's F**king Fabulous, which is described as 'a decadent, amber leather with an intoxicating grip'.
Well, it's definitely not your Lynx Africa - that's for sure.
The second most expensive item on the rundown was also a Tom Ford jobby, the Tobacco Vanille perfume, which costs a staggering £536 for the largest bottle size.
There were also scents from other designer brands including the likes of Coach, Versace, Dior and Jean Paul Gaultier - with all the perfumes totalling up to a small fortune in the thousands.
Roxy captioned the list: "Oh how Christmas lists have changed since I was nine - I mean I'm sure I was satisfied with Impulse as my daily fragrance."
Weren't we all...
And it seems Hunter isn't the only kid this Christmas who have their size on something a little more refined than cuddly toys and Lego as people have since been left absolutely 'speechless' when one woman shared exactly what her 13-year-old niece asked for this Christmas.
Spanning from luxury beauty products, high-spec tech and designer clothing - it's clear this teen spared no expense when compiling the rundown.
The first item on the list really set the tone for what was to follow - 'Dior lip oil', which retails for around £32.
Other beauty and cosmetic items included 'false lashes', 'facial ice globes', 'Charlotte Tilbury products', 'Rare Beauty blush', 'Drunk Elephant bronzing drops', 'Gisou lip gloss', 'Dior concealer', 'mascara', 'Gucci perfume' and 'acrylic nails'.
And if that wasn't enough, she also noted down an array of homeware such as 'cute candles' and 'LED lights' as well as gift cards to both 'Amazon' and beauty retailer 'Mecca'.