MOO Abraham is just ten-years-old and has experienced more luxury than most would in their whole lifetime.
The pre-teen has a £350k Mercedes G-Wagon, unlimited access to designer handbags and a wardrobe bursting exclusively with luxury clothes.
She eats in the finest restaurants London has to offer, travels via private jet and regularly holidays in Dubai.
But according to mum Emily, she definitely isn’t spoiled.
Moo has been dubbed the Billionaire Daughter thanks to her parents’ lucrative business selling pre-loved designer handbags and jewellery at their store, Love Luxury, in affluent Knightsbridge.
She is called a “mini fashionista” and even walked in London Fashion Week earlier this year.
Included in her designer handbag collection is Hermès Birkin and Kelly Bags, classic Chanel silhouettes and the latest Louis Vuitton releases.
The ten-year-old shares regular snippets into her amazing life on social media, including her most recent holiday to Dubai.
Moo shared a shopping haul from one of the city’s lavish malls, in which she bought a plush duck teddy from Hamleys and Crocs from Footlocker.
And even though she’s got a taste for fine dining, the kid-fluencer stopped at McDonald’s for lunch on the shopping trip.
Moo also knows her way around luxury supercars like Ferraris and Lamborghinis, despite being seven years off being able to drive.
She has her very own £350k Mercedes G Wagon, wrapped in a metallic unicorn colour, that sits outside her parents shop most days.
“Moo has a special collection of designer handbags and fine jewellery, the majority of which are family heirlooms,” mum Emily told Fabulous.
“She loves handbags and has such a great knowledge of them already that she’s picked up when she’s spent time in the store.
“She loves to be involved in the business and is so interested in designer fashion now.”
Moo has started to craft a career of her own on social media, totting up 112k Instagram followers and 152k on TikTok.
According to Emily, it’s the perfect venture because her daughter was a born performer.
“She loves to perform and be in front of the camera and dreams of being on the big stage when she’s older,” she said.
“She has started to get recognised a lot when we’re out and about which she was really embarrassed about at first.
“But everyone is so friendly and nice that it’s actually a lovely part of the success of our TikTok account.
“People watch us on TikTok and come by when they’re in London to see us.
“We’ve had people from all over the world pop in to say hi which feels strange to know people from as far as China and the US know who we are, but everyone is so lovely.”
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