Scrolling through their lifestyle snaps may be a little torturous for ordinary mortals, as the 'Rich Kids of Instagram' jet between the world's most glamorous cities, dine at the finest restaurants and wear the most exclusive clothes.'I don't think I should be judged for posting a photo like eating caviar at Claridge's in London while it's okay for someone to post a picture at Mc Donald's,' argues 22-year-old Andrew Warren, scion of a New York real estate empire, who boasts that 'all his friends have money too'.Stephanie Scolaro, one of the Rich Kids of Instagram alongside sister Lana, told Mail Online: 'I'm thinking of making my own TV show with my sister.We got approached in LA, where we have a lot of friends who are in movie production.
Lana tells Mail Online: 'There's, like, one big clique which is kind of global, who travel.
We go to all the most exclusive parties and clubs.'The finer things: New York native Andrew Warren, 22, pictured above with friend Lulu Stelle, loves to indulge in a bottle of vintage champagne, and is planning to launch his own clothing line.
He told Mail Online: 'When other people are jealous or 'look sour' about something we do, [we call it] Lemonade...
It's basically to the people hating.' Royalty: Turkish Emir Bahadir's first name literally translates to 'prince' and the 23-year-old certainly lives - and dresses - like one.
He says: 'I have always wanted to show people a life filled with the perfect balance of culture, luxury, and discipline, where having an exorbitant amount of wealth does not pre-conceive you to be an arrogant wasteful being.' Sleeping beauty: Dragons have their horde of gold and 26-year-old Israeli trader Tomer Sror has his bed of cash - and a bottle of Dom Perignon champagne.
He told Mail Online: 'I use Instagram to inspire and motivate people in my age and see what I achieved by hard work and a lot of ambition.'Meanwhile 26-year-old trader Tomer Sror, from Israel, who has made his fortune from the stockmarket, brags: 'When you are in a position that you can pretty much get anything in life, you just go for it and live life to the fullest.'Andrew, Tomer and Andreas - along with the jet-setting Scolaro sisters and real estate Turkish entrepreneur Emir Bahadir - are among the new breed of Instagram 'Rich Kids' whose accounts attract millions of followers under the tagline 'They have more money than you and this is what they do'.
The college student acknowledges he has come from a privileged background in New York.
His grandfather made his fortune in the fashion industry and his father followed in his footsteps before venturing into real estate and investment.
Chillaxing: Andrew counts himself as one of the lucky ones for having both for the money and a family who give him 'lots of attention'.
But he is scathing of some of the other 'Rich Kids of Instagram'.
'I feel like a lot of Instagram accounts which have rich kids are trying to seek attention,' he told Mail Online'A lot of the time I'm just trying to be funny because everyone who actually knows me knows I have a really good sense of humour and laugh at myself.