They may be just toddlers but Scarlett and Savannah Jacobs are already living a luxury lifestyle that will make grown adults green with envy.
With £45,000 worth of designer clothes, expensive toys and lucrative holidays, the girls have been dubbed 'The Most Pampered Kids in Britain'.
But after 30-year-old mum Faye Jacobs revealed she splashed £7,000 on an extravagant designer wardrobe, we wonder whether 'spoiled' may be the adjective crossing most parents' minds.
Faye says her oldest daughter Scarlett is already a fashion snob who would put even Suri Cruise to shame.
The style conscious two-year-old turns her nose up at Primark clothes and is happiest when riding in style in dad Paul’s Porsche.
Faye invests in quality for Scarlett and her sister Savannah, one, and wouldn’t dream of buying ‘cheap’ shoes from Next or M&S.
Instead their dainty feet are clad in Hunter boots, Ugg boots or pricy Russell and Bromley wellies.
The jet-setting tots have travelled to exotic destinations like Dubai and Cape Town, and only stay in five star hotels with Michelin star restaurants on site.
Their designer suitcases are stuffed full of little Ralph Lauren dresses, Juicy Couture tops, Angel’s Face tutus and silk Merino Kids pajamas and already Scarlett knows the difference between high-end and high street.
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Faye, a freelance digital marketing consultant: “Scarlett’s turned into a total snob already. She sort of looks at some clothes and won’t even dare pick them up.
“We’ve bought her clothes from Primark but it will be Peppa Pig or Minnie Mouse and she sort of looks at it as though to say ‘there’s not a hope in hell I’m wearing that’ and it’s put to the side.
“I always buy them decent shoes. I like them to have Hunters and Uggs and Russell and Bromley wellies so we spend quite a bit.
“It’s important that they walk properly so I wouldn’t ever buy any sort of cheap shoes from Next or M&S or anything like that.”
Scarlett developed her penchant for fine things at an early age.
”She only slept in Merino Kids when she was a baby,” said Faye. “When it’s your first you think something awful is going to happen to them if they don’t have the best of everything."
She adds: “Her coming home from the hospital outfit was a little Ralph Lauren babygro.
“I never had her in it again because we didn’t find out the baby’s sex and the babygro was blue.
“That cost £65 I think.”
And Scarlett’s expensive tastes aren’t limited to fashion.
“My husband drives a Porsche Cayman and Scarlett particularly likes being in the front seat of that,” said Faye.
“She thinks that my 4x4 Volkswagon is really boring in comparison.”
“I think she’ll probably be into really fast cars.”
Faye and her husband, Paul Jacobs, 35, a business development manager, live in a large four bedroom detached house in Camberley, Surrey.
The couple spent £6,500 on decorating Scarlett’s nursery and first bedroom, opting for designer furniture from exclusive brand, ASPACE.
The bed alone cost £1,000.
And when it comes to holidays, no expense is spared.
Faye said: “They are a bit spoilt with holidays.
“In Scarlett’s first year she went to Cape Town, Mykonos in Greece, Dubai and Spain and since we’ve had Savannah we’ve been to Dubai again, France and Halkidiki in Greece.
“It’s really impressive but my husband doesn’t care how much a holiday costs.
“We always make sure it’s totally five star with Michelin star restaurants in the hotel.
“The holidays are world class and we’ve spent about £25,000.
Faye describes Scarlett as a “shoe girl” since 18-months-old, whereas Savannah is more fascinated by her mum’s Mulberry messenger bag.
Faye said: “We bought her a pair of Cinderella shoes from the Disney shop and Scarlett absolutely hated them because they weren’t high enough and they weren’t expensive enough and they weren’t like proper shoes so she wasn’t interested.
“She likes to stomp around the house in stonking great stilettos and I’m always catching her in my Kurt Geiger heels.
“We take a photo because it looks really cute then we go mad.
“I’m really impressed at how she walks in them because I can’t walk that well in heels!”
Faye wants her girls to have the best of everything – whatever the cost – and loves dolling up her daughters.
She said: “I always knew friends that were spoilt and I remember thinking when I have children I really don’t want that, I want them to be able to appreciate everything.
“But then you have children and if you’ve got the money why wouldn’t you give them the best of everything?
“I suppose they are spoilt but they’re not as spoilt as some children and I think if you can afford it then you can’t really justify not getting them the best.
“What they wear gives me as much pleasure in my own wardrobe and it’s hard not to splash out when they wear it so well.”