10 Most Spoiled Celebrity Kids

sandra bullockCelebrity kids, just like their parents, live on a different planet than you or I. They don't just have a birthday party with a boxed cake and pin the tail on the donkey and call it a day. They go big. Really big. It's actually a little gross, but hey, they're not the ones to blame. (And if someone bought you a $100,000 treehouse as a 6-year-old, would you turn it down?)

Prepare to be slack-jawed, everyone. Here are 10 of the most spoiled celebrity kids.

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Nelli... NellieAthome

Jealous much?

For the record, there is a difference between getting expensive gifts that your parents can afford and being spolied.

Lesley Rae King

Oh no! Honor has an Ipad! So do THOUSANDS of other preschoolers! And Lourdes is a teenager. If I could afford spa time every week, I would do it in a heartbeat (and I would provide it for my teenage daughters.) And, diamond diaper pins? That implies they were in cloth diapers. Prefolds, no less. Seriously? Doesn't sound likely to me. Those pins were never used.

stara... starandseen

Those expensive things bought for babies and toddlers are actually for the parents to enjoy. I would say the parents are spoiling themselves. Diamond tub, diamond pacifier? The babies don't even know what those things are worth! But I'm sure the parents enjoy looking at the diamonds and knowing that they're diamonds.

On a more average level, it's the same as buying expensive clothes out crib for your baby. They sure don't need it. It's the parents who like it.

momav... momavanessa

I don't get how a parent can buy an ipad for a young child. I know a few kids that are very young with expensive tablets and for the most part they google stupid inappropriate things already. Kids are growing up too fast these days and as they get spoiled they also tend to grow up to be rude teens and adults.  


Truth... Trutherford85

If they can afford it I guess more power to them, as long as the kids don't act like spoiled brats I don't see a problem! I would give my child anything & everything if I could afford, & I'm sure most other parents would too if they could. It's all about how you raise your child & how they act, not material things

nonmember avatar Plutogirl

Speak for yourself, Nicole. You have no idea how or on what planet your readers live. I happen to go really, really, really big for my annual birthday party and for New Year's Eve. As a journalist, you should know better than to engage in gross generalizations.

Mama2... Mama2MonkeyBoys

If I had the kind of money these parents have, you can bet I'd be "spoiling" my kids, too. I would LOVE to be able to give my kids some rocking-awesome treehouse or playhouse in a giant backyard. I would LOVE to be able to take my (theoretical) daughter with me on Mommy-daughter spa days every week.

Jealous much?

Mom4C... Mom4Christ

A child will be spoiled if they are not taught the value of what they have, respect for authority, and a sense of community. Spending lavish amounts of money on them, because you can, won't spoil anyone....and you certainly can't spoil a child with love, which is, typically, the motive behind buying things for them.

I spent over $3,000 on my youngest daughter, for her 18th birthday; she appreciated that gift and the love that went into it....her birthday present was a week at Disney World. And she's not spoiled, at all.

Ashley Christopher

Oh please. Like you wouldn't spoil your children if you had more money than a small country.

Leah Vogel

Anyone under the age of 12 owning an iPad is revolting and their parents should be ashamed of themselves for it.  BeyZ and JayZ are so tacky and ridiculous, what true limousine liberals they are and wasting their money on the dumbest stuff.  The treehouses, the fiber optic ceilings - eh, if their parents can afford it, why not?  At least they require an imagination.  I worry for this world with so many idiots having children these days.

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