Rich Kids of London – Showing off their ealthy life style , Back to school on helicopters, private jets and flash cars instagram @richkidslondon and facebook account . A new instagram account is getting flooded with images and wallpapers of some wealthiest youngsters of London travelling in flash cars and private jets and treating money as no object.
Rich Kids of London Flaunt off their wealth on twitter account and facebook page
Youngsters are encouraged by account to click pictures of their wealthy lifestyle and the account is with tag line “Lives of the untouchable luxury Kids”.
The account features some young boys and girls flaunting their wealth in students such posting their luxury cars, jets pictures along with them and cash stuffed in tissue box thereby treating money as no object or of no value for them.
The posters also appear to mock less well off people and in one image the describe shoppers waiting outside of a Primark store as peasants.
£50 note to clean shoes
While in another picture, one rich youngster appears to clean his shoes with a £50 note with the caption: ‘When a peasant touches your shoes.’
Another picture shows, the young boy is standing next to a gold plated Maserati with caption : Back to Uni
While a girl shows off her black stiletto heeled Christian Louboutin shoes as she gets into her Lamborghini, with the caption: ‘LondonLamboLoubs’.
However other privileged youngsters show how they have private helicopters and jets at hand, with one showing how white colour of the plane matches the colour of their top of the range Range Rover.
Another snap shows what appears to be a young person relaxing in an opulently decorated living room, captioned: ‘Do Not Disturb.’
The account crosses 42000 followers on instagram and 4000 likes on facebook fan page :
Within a matter of weeks, the page has crosses almost 42000 followers and facebook likes are also crossed above 4000 likes.
The account follows other popular accounts such as Rich Kids of Instagram, which show the jet setting lifestyles of privileged young people from around the world.