Top seven rich kids of Instagram of 2019

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Helena Angelov. (Photo: Instagram/helenaangelov)
Helena Angelov. (Photo: Instagram/helenaangelov)

International and local rich kids showcase snaps of the life of luxury on Instagram for us mere mortals to daydream about.

We’ve compiled a list of the most insta-famous rich kids:

1. A body to die for

Helena Angelov’s bikini is always on hand for her sexy snaps. With her banging bod, she’s taking on worldwide travels like only a rich kid could.

2. Money bags and more

Local investor, Louis Junior Tshakoane was a millionaire at 15 and an author at 30, according to Soweto Urban. Sir Richard Branson was his inspiration, and it shows through his philanthropy.

3. Fashion, beauty and family

Being the son of basketball legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson, EJ Johnson is no stranger to the dollar signs. The socialite’s style is dripping in androgyny and his brand of fame is perfectly modern, taking his followers on a journey with his posts, reports the New York Times.

4. Brothers in success

Bob and Don Manonga made many followers envious back in 2017 when they appeared on Rich Kids of SA. Since then, only Bob has been active on Instagram, boasting a lavish life, expensive cars and his lady love. Don on the other hand has disappeared off the map, most likely hiding out in a luxury bungalow somewhere exotic.

5. Dripping in designer

Natallia Yakimchyk serves style like only a model could. Having started her own international beachwear brand, she’s the epitome of summer.

6. Influencer takeover

Local beauty Lauren Campbell drips divine and her Instagram feed tells a tale of tropical fantasy. Cambell began her career as a blogger and she hasn’t slowed down since.

7. Comedy and class

Kickstarting her career with a popular blog known as Birdline Blog, Nadia Jaftha has become one of South Africa’s most successful social media influencers. Tickling fans pink with videos of her family, Jaftha has crept into the hearts of locals and has used her success to uplift her followers.

Source: Soweto Urban, New York Times,

 

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