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Roxy Jacenko’s husband flaunted a Rolex watch worth over $ 15,000 just a week after being convicted of insider trading.

The Sydney PR specialist shared a sweet photo of herself blowing candles marking her 36th birthday on Wednesday with her husband Oliver Curtis and their son, Hunter, by her side.

The investment banker, whose lavish lifestyle came under scrutiny in his recent insider trading trial, appears to have no qualms about showing off his wealth – tossing a Rolex watch high range in front of the camera.

Rolex’s exclusive style sells for $ 15,150 and is identifiable by its signature crown symbol on the top of the face, holding a place normally reserved for number 12.

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The investment banker appears to have no qualms showing off his wealth in an image shared by his wife Roxy Jacenko – tossing what looks like a high-end Rolex watch in front of the camera

Timeless: The Rolex, which sells for around $ 13,700, is identifiable by its signature crown symbol (pictured) positioned at the top of the face

The Rolex, which retails for around $ 15,150, is identifiable by its signature crown symbol (pictured) which is positioned at the top of the face, holding a place normally reserved for number 12

Curtis, 30, was convicted of conspiracy to commit insider trading last Thursday after the jury delivered their verdict after a three-week trial at the Sydney Supreme Court where the former Curtis’ best friend and classmate John Hartman testified against him.

Ms Jacenko, who dutifully stood by her husband’s side throughout the trial, left the courtroom in tears – apart from her partner – after the jury announced her guilty verdict.

The anniversary image posted on Ms Jacekno’s popular Instagram account is the first time the couple have been pictured together since the trial.

The banker has yet to be convicted but could face up to five years in jail and a fine of $ 220,000 for the charge.

Bejeweled: The watch appears in another photo posted by Roxy just before her husband's trial began

The watch appears in another photo posted by Ms Jacekno just before her husband’s trial began

Show her support: The PR queen has accompanied her husband to court every day and remains steadfastly loyal

Show support: Ms Jacenko accompanied husband Curtis on his insider trading trial

Here it is again: the watch appears to be one of the investment banker's favorites, and was worn by him for his trial

The watch appears to be one of Curtis’ favorites, with the investment banker wearing it throughout the trial

Distraught: The entrepreneur remained loyal to her husband and was seen leaving court in tears last week

Ms Jacenko, who dutifully stood by her husband’s side during the trial, left the courtroom in tears – apart from her partner – after the jury announced her decision

During the trial, the court heard that Curtis had exchanged inside information about Mr. Hartman 45 times between May 2007 and June 2008.

The jury heard that the couple made around $ 1.4 million from the trades and used the money for lavish vacations to Whistler and Las Vegas, a $ 20,000 Ducati motorcycle and a $ 60,000 Mini Cooper.

Mr Hartman, who grew up and attended school alongside Curtis, served 15 months in jail for insider trading, the jury said at the trial.

He agreed to testify against Curtis and received a reduced sentence for helping the authorities.

During the trial, the court heard Mr. Curtis exchanging inside information about Mr. Hartman 45 times between May 2007 and June 2008.

During the trial, the court heard that Curtis had exchanged inside information about Mr. Hartman 45 times between May 2007 and June 2008.

The jury heard that the couple made around $ 1.4 million from the trades and used the money for lavish vacations to Whistler and Las Vegas, a $ 20,000 Ducati motorcycle and a $ 60,000 Mini Cooper.

The jury heard that the couple made around $ 1.4 million from the trades and used the money for lavish vacations to Whistler and Las Vegas, a $ 20,000 Ducati motorcycle and a $ 60,000 Mini Cooper.

Curtis is the son of wealthy minerals businessman Nick Curtis and Mr. Hartman the son of famous obstetrician Keith Hartman.

Ms Jacenko shared another image on her 36th birthday that called into question her husband’s financial situation.

She posted an image of a shiny new Cartier diamond ring, which retails for $ 5,600, with a caption of her initials and a heart Emoji, followed by her husband’s social media grip.

“RJ ❤️ @ 1903oprc @cartier,” she captioned the image.

It is not known if the impressive accessory was a gift from Sydneysider’s husband.

Ring bling: Roxy also showed off a new $ 5,600 Cartier ring on Instagram as she turned 36 on Wednesday

Ring bling: Ms. Jacenko unveiled a new Cartier ring at $ 5,600 on Instagram as she turned 36 on Wednesday

Family portrait: It's unclear if the impressive accessory was a gift from Sydneysider's husband

It’s unclear if the awesome accessory was a gift from Sydneysider’s husband

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Ms Jacenko for confirmation about the watch and ring.

Also on Ms. Jacenko’s perfectly manicured wrist was a diamond tennis bracelet as well as two additional Cartier bracelets, totaling nearly $ 16,000.

Another previously shared image showed a decadent cake adorned with fresh flowers from her co-workers, with the “Happy Birthday Roxy” sign stuck to it.

“The best surprise from the best team in the history of my professional career,” she captioned the photo.

Surprise!  The 36-year-old PR boss was spoiled with flowers and a decadent cake from her team at work

Surprise! The 36-year-old PR boss was spoiled with flowers and a decadent cake from her team at work

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