Sydney’s wealthy set is no stranger to second-hand shopping. Roxy’s former protege Francesca PackerBarhamfire eldest grandson Kerry Packerwas the same auction house’s mystery bidder in 2020, dropping $575,000 on a 17.34-carat emerald-cut diamond ring.
Jacenko did not respond to Emerald City’s request for comment.
Norris Nuts is looking for a house in the eastern suburbs with the help of reality TV
It was only a matter of time before social media sensations the Norris Nuts overtook their hometown of Newcastle.
Since launching their YouTube channel in 2014, the family of eight have become local celebrities through their wholesome, family-friendly content on social media platforms, amassing millions of followers around the world.
The Norris Nuts include a former Olympic swimmer Justin Norrishis wife Brooke and the children, Saber17 years, Sock (Cerrus)15, Biggy (Coda) 13, Naz11, Disco3 and Charm2.
Now the Norrises are looking to break into Sydney’s upmarket eastern suburbs housing market to find their dream home with the expertise of Luxury Listings buyers agent Simon Cohen.
Cohen said he was unable to comment when contacted by Emerald City, but the reality TV real estate mogul appeared on a YouTube video taking the Norris family to homes in the eastern suburbs.
While the Norris Nuts may not be well known in mainstream media, they have a legion of fans – or “legends” – who watch their YouTube videos and buy their wares, amassing 6.4 million subscribers to their video content and have an estimated net worth of $28 million.
According to reports, the family earns more than $10,000 a day ($3.7 million a year) from ads that appear on their videos, which isn’t bad for an empire created by overexposing their personal lives.
However, fans in the Eastern Suburbs better not hold their breath if they hope to see Saber, Sockie, Biggie or Naz appear in their classrooms. The Norris children have previously shared that they are all homeschooled.
The Allianz Stadium hosts a star-studded opening
The highly anticipated Allianz Stadium is set for its grand unveiling during Sunday’s community event meant to light up the port city.
Some of Australia’s best and former sporting heroes will rub shoulders with politicians, celebrities and socialites at the sold-out event.
It is designed to be a visual spectacle, with dancers, light shows, large-scale projections and pyrotechnics. And it wouldn’t be a great Aussie showcase without an alumni performance australian idol winner Guy Sebastian. There will also be a performance by the rapper baker boy.
Emerald City may reveal a sporty glamor couple Tara Rushton and Cooper Cronk will lead the pack of celebrity guests celebrating the city’s $830million stadium, while the former professional rugby league and rugby union player Sonny Bill WilliamsCanberra Raiders great retiree Laurie Daleyformer boxer Anthony Mundineas well as the rugby sevens star Charlotte Caslick and NRLW Roosters’ jess sergis will all be present.
Premier of New South Wales Dominique Perrotet and wife Helen have hopefully found a babysitter to care for their offspring of seven, while the jury is yet to decide whether the Australian Rugby League Committee Chairman Peter V’Landys will prove for the stadium he has long criticized.