10 of the most spoilt celebrity children

From Suri Cruise's rumoured £2 million wardrobe to Jennifer Lopez buying her twin babies diamond-encrusted rattles, you decide if these babies and children are spoilt by their famous mums and dads...


Suri Cruise

Celebrity parents: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes

Little madam Suri regularly tops ‘Best Dressed’ lists thanks to her rumoured £2 million designer wardrobe and £200,000 worth of shoes (the girl has a high-heel collection that’d make Imelda Marcos green with envy).


Suri also has an impressive collection of mini-me designer handbags, including a £500 miniature copy of mum Katie’s Salvatore Ferragamo ‘Sofia’ bag. Suri was recently seen with a £1,295 Dolce & Gabbana ‘Miss Sicily’ bag, too. Well, her nanny was holding it for, naturally.

Did we mention Suri has her own iPad?


Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz Beckham, plus their unborn baby sister

Celebrity parents: David and Victoria Beckham

They might have impeccable manners (according to supermodel Heidi Klum), but Beckham brothers Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz also have great taste when it comes to spending their parents’ money.

Victoria and David Beckham’s sons play in their £20,000 Scandinavian redwood treehouse when they’re at their UK-based ‘Beckingham Palace’ and are regularly seen wearing the latest fashion other children their age could only dream of.

Eldest boy Brooklyn has reportedly managed to persuade his parents to install a fibre optic ceiling in his bedroom, with paintings of 8,000 cartoon characters all over it.

The fourth baby Beckham (a girl), isn’t even born yet and has already bagged herself a 5-foot Melissa & Doug giraffe toy, worth £200, and a fancy designer highchair, all thanks to Victoria’s generous baby shower guests.


Maddox, Pax, Shiloh, Zahara, Vivienne and Knox Jolie-Pitt

Celebrity parents: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Most families of eight rely on hand-me-downs, but not the Jolie-Pitts!

While globetrotting, the Jolie-Pitts make time for shopping sprees, with Brad Pitt regularly blowing the cash on his little girls. During a recent trip to Paris, Brad allegedly treated his daughters Shiloh and Zahara to over £10,000 worth of goodies in a posh fashion boutique.

The Jolie-Pitt children have been treated to themed birthday parties – we’re sure the bill racks up if there’s five to organise!


Kingston Rossdale

Celebrity parents: Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale

Cool kid on the block Kingston Rossdale is the boy version of Suri Cruise, what with his endless supply of fashionable threads from mum Gwen Stefani’s label L.A.M.B.

Kingston was treated to a spectacular 4th birthday bash, which was rumoured to have set his parents back a cool £15,000. His birthday party saw other A-list tots treated to a bouncy castle, balloon artists and candy machines. As fun as it looked, Kingston was spotted having a temper tantrum afterwards – pretty normal for an over-excited sugar-fuelled kid!


Max Liron

Celebrity parents: Christina Aguilera and Jordan Bratman

Christina Aguilera and ex-hubby Jordan Bratman reportedly shelled out £30,000 on their son’s custom-made 600 square foot, sailboat-themed nursery.

Not to be outdone by Jennifer Lopez, Christina also supposedly treated her baby Max to a £1,150 customised white and blue circle crib, with handmade embroidered bedding.

Christina was allegedly so determined to be flash with her baby kit, she threw out all the toys her hubby bought from Babies R Us as she only wanted toys from the exclusive boutiques.


Lourdes Ciccone Leon

Celebrity parents: Madonna and Carlos Leon.

Despite Madonna allegedly making her children book in appointments to spend time with her, it doesn’t stop her being generous with the cash.

When Lourdes was little, Madonna commissioned Italian designer Patty Shelabarger to create a limited-edition velvet and applique chair, as well as miniature replicas for Lourdes, for £3,500 to £4,000 a piece.

Lourdes has a wardrobe worth over £100,000 after inheriting Madonna’s stage outfits, and she’s regularly treated to luxurious spa days with her friends.


Sasha and Malia Obama

Celebrity parents: Barack and Michelle Obama

Not only do Sasha and Malia Obama live in the most famous residence in America, they’re regularly entertained by the world’s best music acts, too!

When the two girls moved into their new home, their President dad Barack treated them to personal performances from The Jonas Brothers. The Glee cast and High School Musical clan have also rock up to the White House to entertain the Obama girls.

Despite these highlights, we’re pretty sure having a politician dad can be tough – just look at what David Cameron and Nick Clegg’s children think!


Jennifer Lopez

Celebrity parents: Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony

Never one to scrimp on style or status, Jennifer Lopez spared no expense when she gave birth to her twins Max and Emme in 2009.

Splashing the cash on 600-count Egyptian cotton cot linen, JLo made sure her twin babies not only slept in luxury, but played with the best toys in the land – diamond-encrusted rattles is the rumour.

Of course, we can’t forget the Shetland ponies and £390,000-a-month bodyguards. Now, that’s not very Jenny from the Block, is it?


Zachary John-Furnish

Celebrity parents: Elton John and David Furnish

Another celebrity who isn’t shy with parting with a pound or two is Elton John, who welcomed baby son Zachary in late 2010.

Not content with splurging on a high-end Bugaboo buggy, Elton bought baby Zachary his own pad. Yes, he can’t even walk yet and is already on the property ladder. The apartment in New York is fully staffed with nannies and security, all catering to Zachary’s needs.


Justin Dior Combs

Celebrity parents: P Diddy (Sean John Combs) and Misa Hylton-Brim

The king of bling P Diddy didn’t disappoint when it came to treating his first son, Justin, on his 16th birthday.


Obviously a secondhand car to start Justin off wasn’t cool enough for a Diddy family member, so a £390,000 Maybach limousine it was! Apparently, P Diddy said he selected that car so Justin could impress his dates. Smooth!


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