Had a good summer Probably not as good as these guys as the “rich kids of Instagram” show off (again) Summer for the “rich kids of Instagram” equals trips to exotic lands on private jets, blissful days by their private pool and riding around in their customized sports cars
For most young people the summer months mean the end of studying, but also the start of a lowly-paid temp job…unless you”re one of the “rich kids of Instagram.”
For them the lazy weeks include trips to exotic lands on private jets, blissful days by their private pool and riding around in their customized sports cars.
They use the photo app Instagram to parade snippets of their luxurious lifestyles which are usually funded by the bank of mum and dad.
Splash in the ocean: A “rich kid” speeds down an inflatable slide into the sea off a suitably luxurious boat
Feeling hungry Feast fit for a king (or a young prince) This snap is accompanied by the words: “Thanks @VinnyTheChef by brockieboy #personalchef #mansions”
Their boastful photos hit the the headline a few months ago and once again Tumblr have collected the best of the best, labelling it simply ‘Rich Kids of Instagram’ and letting the pictures speak for themselves.
No matter how busy they are enjoying the moment – be it sliding off Daddy”s yacht, tucking into a feast of food or riding an elephant on safari, the number one rule for the rich kids of Instagram is to take a photo.
The latest offering from Tumblr include an eye-watering drinks bill from the playground of the rich and famous, a “rich kid” being blasted into the sky using a water jet-pack and a golden weapon – presumably gold-plated if the rich kids live up to their name.
Their new way of showcasing their life even has its own hashtag on Twitter – RKOI (Rich Kids Of Instagram).
Life in the fast lane: Public transportation isn”t an option when there is a Bentley at your disposal
Lazy days by the pool in the summer sun is a key perk to a big bank balance
Ferrari fingers: A key facet to living the life of luxury is driving a suitably glamorous car
But life isn”t always rosy for the rich kids – they can get in trouble for over-sharing their ostentatious lives.
Last week the billionaire CEO of the computer giant Dell Inc has learned the hard way that money cannot buy a sense of security, especially when efforts to keep the family safe are being thwarted from within – by his own daughter.
Michael Dell’s 18-year-old daughter, Alexa, has been posting potentially too much information on social networks – last week, she posted a photo of her brother, Zachary, on Rich Kids of Instagram depicting the magnate’s son devouring a luxurious buffet on his way to Fiji.
Exotic holidays are a must: The photo on the left, read :”On safari. @maddylouisej by paigeamber. ” The snap on the right shows designers bracelets, with the hashtags #armcandy #cartier #hermes
Rich boy”s toy: Having fun with a water jet pack
Unlike most young web users eager to open their lives to the world with little or no regard for privacy, Ms Dell happens to be the daughter of a tycoon worth $15.9billion who occupies the 41st slot on Forbes Magazine’s Billionaires’ List.
His daughter’s online over-sharing likely did not sit well with Mr Dell, who pays about $2.7million a year for the security protection of his family, according to Dell’s regulatory filings.
Life of luxury: “Just hanging out at home” by spencer nicolee #mansion #wealth
Tipple in the sunshine: One lucky swimmer alcohol being poured into his mouth as his friend jumps into the water….naked
Golden life: One of the photos taken on Instagram show a weapon coated in gold…probably gold leaf if these “rich kids” are life up to their name. The caption reads: “#Versace gold plated AK47 $9,000″
Just our tiny back garden with a sea view: A girl looks out to the ocean as her photo is snapped on Instagram
Money is no object: A bill from Nikki Beach in St Tropez equals an eye-watering amount, but that is no deal to an “Instagram Rich Kid”