Rich Parents Of Instagram Take Luxury To A Whole New Level

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The Rich Kids of Instagram had to learn all that materialism from somewhere. And now we know who to blame.

If you thought Rich Kids of Instagram was appalling, just wait until you see where they learned it all from.

The apple doesn't fall far from the 24-karat gold, diamond-encrusted tree. 

Rich Parents of Instagram cannot seem to get enough of their wealth as they post numerous pictures of luxury cars, private yachts and what they call “peasant food.”

After Rich Kids of Instagram, this new social media account is taking things to a whole new level with photos of a lavish lifestyle, which just goes to prove that any amount of money is never enough.

 

Treating my daughter to Louis Vuitton one of her weekly shopping trips 👗💄👠👜

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The Instagram account is operated by the same person who shares pictures of the wealthy youngsters of London, and people who wish to show off their wealth are required to send him the photos they would like to get posted.

Read: Rich Kids Of Instagram Give Away Their Parents' Dirty Secrets

 

 

 

Love it when peasants admire my car #richparentsofinstagram #richparents #rich #wealthy #richkids #rkoi #london

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“I find it very interesting and I want to motivate people to do well,” he explained.

“I have received messages from people saying it helps them to work hard and that they want to achieve as much as they possibly can,” he added.

 

Saw this on my child's snapchat 😒

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#rich #rkoi #richkid #wealthy #porches #knoghtsbridge #chelsea #mayfair #harrods #arab

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Bath time

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While one mom shared a picture of her child holding onto shopping bags, showing off her daughter’s shopping spree at Louis Vuitton, others showed off their children’s and their own cars.

Then there's the guy who complains the new yacht is “too small.”

Perhaps one can never get enough of the so-called “good things in life.”

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