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Entertainment Roxy Jacenko buries the hatchet with gossip columnist Andrew Hornery

07:10  18 november  2021
07:10  18 november  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Sydney PR guru Roxy Jacenko has finally ended her years-long feud with gossip columnist Andrew Hornery.

The pair, who famously clashed in 2018 after Hornery mocked Jacenko's outfit at a fundraiser, buried the hatchet last month after meeting for lunch at a trendy restaurant in Paddington.

Hornery noted in his Sydney Morning Herald column on Thursday that both he and Jacenko had become 'mutually beneficial adversaries' over the years.

194729693 © Provided by Daily Mail 194729693 Lunch and make up: The pair, who famously clashed in 2018 after Hornery (pictured) mocked Jacenko's outfit at a fundraiser, buried the hatchet last month after meeting for lunch at a trendy restaurant in Paddington © Provided by Daily Mail Lunch and make up: The pair, who famously clashed in 2018 after Hornery (pictured) mocked Jacenko's outfit at a fundraiser, buried the hatchet last month after meeting for lunch at a trendy restaurant in Paddington

'Just as Jacenko has been a rich seam of stories to me, those stories kept her in the news cycle that underpinned her career,' he wrote.

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Hornery explained he apologised to Jacenko for the mean-spirited stories he'd written about her personal life in the past.

'Admittedly, I have described her as a "publicity-seeking missile" on more than one occasion,' he said, adding that Jacenko had once responded to his jibes by calling him a 'bitter and twisted old man'.

Burying the hatchet: Hornery noted in his Sydney Morning Herald column on Thursday that both he and Jacenko had become 'mutually beneficial adversaries' over the years © Provided by Daily Mail Burying the hatchet: Hornery noted in his Sydney Morning Herald column on Thursday that both he and Jacenko had become 'mutually beneficial adversaries' over the years ( © Provided by Daily Mail (

He also apologised for the way he reported on her breast cancer diagnosis in 2016.

At the time, Hornery had accused the PR mogul of using her health battle to drum up publicity, especially after she had a tumour removed on 60 Minutes.

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The pair's decision to make peace comes three years after Hornery and Jacenko clashed in a highly publicised media slanging match.

In May 2018, the writer mocked the publicist for wearing a powder blue 'mullet' dress designed by Velani to the Gold Dinner fundraiser in Sydney.

Hornery remarked upon Jacenko's ensemble after she returned it to its Five Dock shop shortly after wearing it on the red carpet.

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Under the headline, 'Mullet Dress Swims Upstream', Hornery wrote: 'Barely 48 hours after it had hung from the fake-tanned frame of one Roxy Jacenko, the over-the-top Italian tulle "mullet" dress was back in the window of Five Dock "couturier" Velani.'

The mother of two swiftly hit back, telling Daily Mail Australia at the time: 'Heavens, he really is a bitter old man.'

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Days later, Hornery returned fire by sharing a photo to Instagram of a western Sydney fashion boutique alongside the caption: 'Fairfield "couturier" Rose's - sadly no sign of any mullets.'

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Hornery went on to criticise Jacenko for claiming her 'mullet' dress was a 'one off' design, insisting the frock was in fact very similar to one recently worn by Italian designer and model Chiara Ferragni.

Jacenko responded to this by posting a picture of yet another 'mullet-style' dress, sarcastically writing in the caption: 'How on earth did you miss this one?'

She added: 'Oh wow, I'll be damned - another mullet frock - maybe we can go week four from four with the stories in your column, Andrew?'

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