Born Rich 2.0: Millennial Multimillionaires on Everyone's Social Media Radar
They pop bottles of bubbly on yachts and pose for selfies on helicopters; they summer in St. Tropez and winter in St. Moritz. For this group of modern-day heirs apparent—a tight-knit clique that includes a Trump and a Matisse—oversharing on social media comes with the territory. Here are seven powerful names in the world of inherited wealth.
The daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples managed to maintain a low-profile as a student at Penn despite her spotlight-seeking pedigree. She plans to attend Georgetown Law next year.
After a whirlwind of partying with the so-called "Snap Pack" that included telling a nightclub bouncer, "I’m a Kennedy. Google me," when she was denied entrance, Kyra was reportedly asked to soften her social media presence by her father, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. The 20-something is now studying at a Italian boarding school and hasn't posted anything on Instagram in nearly a year.
The Brant Brothers
Harry and Peter Brant—the offspring of billionaire Peter M. Brant and Stephanie Seymour—are following in the footsteps of their supermodel mother, appearing in magazine editorials, ad campaigns, fashion shows, and mugshots.
Henri Matisse’s great-great-granddaughter has a budding acting career and a penchant for scantily clad Instagram selfies.
The daughter of Studio 54's resident DJ, John "Jellybean" Benitez, Reya made her own DJ debut at a birthday party for Gaïa Matisse. She's also worked at her family's New York restaurant, Coffee Shop, and for a concierge management company.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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