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My parents gave me £25k a week in pocket money when I was six years old, and now that I’m 15, you’ll be astounded by my wealth.

Isabella Barrett, at the age of six, was living the high life.

She received £25k per week in pocket money, lobster dinners, and a personal driver.

After appearing on the American hit TLC show Toddlers and Tiaras, she launched her own clothing and jewelry line and became a millionaire.

She’s now 15 years old and has debuted her own line, House of Barretti, during New York Fashion Week.

Truly had the opportunity to go behind the scenes with the former beauty queen, who won 55 crowns and 85 titles during her pageant career.

But she insisted that her life had not been a stroll in the park, explaining that not every business venture she had been successful, despite the fact that her gem business for children (which made her a millionaire at the age of six) and House of Barretti had. She claimed that a teddy bear company had failed.

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“I have a million-dollar jewelry line, and I had a million-dollar clothing line,” she told Truly.

“However, I still spend time with my friends, and we go jet skiing.”

She revealed that she had just received her own checkbook and had spent £69k on a party.

“Being a self-made millionaire has provided me with numerous opportunities… “But all that matters is that I’m having a good time,” she added.

She previously told Twenty2 about how she became a child pageant star in the United States after trying one and falling in love with it. “I entered a pageant and loved it, and I was picked up by a German TV show crew, and everything just started from there,” she said.

Despite her lavish lifestyle, she claimed to have modest ambitions at the time and hoped to become a teacher, despite having made her first million before finishing primary school.

She’s become a successful entrepreneur with a variety of skincare, beauty, and fashion lines, as well as a busy day job modeling for various brands, since leaving the pageant world behind.

She’s also worn 60 pairs of shoes and 14 Juicy Couture tracksuits since she was nine years old.

In 2021, she debuted her first independent fashion line on the runways of New York Fashion Week, which took place in September.

“I felt it was hard to find something to wear for teens and adults when I was younger and did pageants, and even now because everything was either too dressy, too itchy, or too uncomfortable,” she said.

“I established a team and an adult shoot line for children and adults who work in the entertainment industry.

“They can look great in something casual as well as something very dressy, formal, and comfortable.”

“I prefer being famous because I get to meet friends,” Bella said when asked whether she preferred being wealthy or famous. It’s not all about the cash; it’s also about making new friends and having a good time.

“It’s a lot of fun because I get to travel and meet new people.”

Now, her estimated worth is nearly $2 million.

The fashion-obsessed young socialite has over 1.6 million followers on Instagram and has been featured in an Amazon documentary called The Next Big Thing.

“It feels amazing because I know everyone looks up to me, which is a huge responsibility,” Isabella told the Mirror.

“My fans adore me; they tell me I’m super cool and simply stunning – there’s nothing not to like about being famous.”

“She definitely has expensive tastes,” Susanna, Isabella’s mother, explained, “but that’s because our family values quality, not because of the fame.”

Susanna has also come under fire for allowing her young daughter to wear make-up.

“People ask how I was able to put her in pageant outfits and allow her to wear makeup and heels, but I think I did a great job – her manners are impeccable,” she said. Her job is something she enjoys.

“I want her to be whoever she wants to be,” says the father. “All you want for your kids as a mother is for them to be happy.”

Millionaire, Isabella Barrett was living the life of luxury at six years old with chauffeured cars and lobster dinners

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