“ There is no such thing as ugly people, just poor people” – that’s a phrase that gets thrown around a lot these days. Consequently, many people often wonder what their lives would’ve been like if they were born into wealth. Would the grass be greener? Would the sun shine brighter? Can money really buy happiness, and would life be a whole lot easier? Well, you could judge for yourselves… Take a look into the lives of some of the world’s wealthiest kids.
Knox Jolie Pitt and Vivienne Jolie Pitt – $200 Million (R2,9 Billion)
These twins are the youngest kids of world-famous actress Angelina Jolie and actor Brad Pitt, together, they are set to inherit $200 Million. Given their extremely wealthy and successful film-star parents, it goes without saying that these two live a more than ordinary life. Their inherited wealth grows exponentially at their young ages through various acting gigs, entrepreneurship and by just being photographed – for instance, a photograph taken of the pair when they were just born increased their worth by $1 million. Not only are they extremely wealthy but at the young age of 11, the pair have traveled the world more than most individuals.
Suri Cruise – $800 Million (R11,8 Billion)
Daughter of celebrity parents Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, Suri Cruise is a mega-rich 13-year-old. She is said to inherit an estimated $800 million from her parents, however, her wealth is also attributed to her unique fashion sense. It’ s known that many fashion brands are inspired by the 13-year old’s style, she has also reigned at 21 on the World’s Best Dressed Woman’ Poll. However, her parents’ determination to keep her out of the spotlight as much as they can, Suri has featured in numerous magazines. From traveling the world with her mother to owning a wardrobe rumored to be valued at just over $2.2 million, Suri Cruise lives a life that most can only dream of.
Blue Ivy Carter – $1 Billion (R14,8 Billion)
As the daughter to two of the most famous musicians in the world, Jay Z and Beyoncé, it’s without a doubt that Blu Ivy Carter lives an exceptionally extravagant life. She is the oldest daughter to the uber-famous power couple and she certainly gets the most out of her older sibling privileges. Blu’s life is nothing short of fabulous and she will inherit an estimated $1 Billion – all thanks to her parents. She may inherit her parent’s wealth but at the mere age of 7, she has already accumulated considerable money of her own. Blu has guest tracked on her parent’s albums, as well as toured with her mother. Not to mention, she has an upcoming fragrance line, and a personal stylist, as well as traveling around the world in private jets and occasionally spending her free time on a yacht. Blu Ivy Carter’s life is the exemplification of young wealth and extravagance.
Phoebe Adele Gates – $1 Billion (R14,8 Billion)
As the youngest daughter of the second richest man on the planet, it’s safe to say that Phoebe Adele Gates is “set for life”! With Bill Gates’ net worth sitting at $105,3 billion, Phoebe Gates is said to inherit over $1 billion dollars from her father’s estate. Her father’s billionaire status affords Phoebe all the finer things in life, like the luxurious mansion they live in valued at $124 million. Which is said to be nothing short of extravagant. At the age of 17, Phoebe’s net worth is an estimated $10 million but despite her inherited wealth, Phoebe Gates tries to live somewhat of an ordinary life – apart from studying, she actively gets involved in her parents’ charity activities, attends art and ballet classes.
Prince George Alexander Louis and Princess Charlotte – $1 Billion+ (over R14,8 Billion)
Living a life of opulence and being exceptionally wealthy comes with the territory of being a royal. The Royal lives of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, children of Duke and Duchess, Prince William and Kate Middleton, certainly comes with all the royal privilege. Living nobly entails million-dollar custom made threads, attending exclusive events, seven-digit birthday and Christmas presents, jet setting around the world, their own land for living quarters and not to mention, their endless number of pets. These things may seem wonderful, however, being part of the royal family is more than having an extravagant lifestyle, it comes with the title of Prince and Princess, as well as a long list of royal duties and responsibilities. A fair price to pay, considering the pair will inherit over $1 billion.
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