They say when life throws you lemons, you make a lemonade. You can bet that one percent of the population would probably make a lemonade slushie. You’re probably curious as to who are the crazy rich kids of the new generation. We’ve listed 9 richest kids in the Philippines one should know, to wit:
- Dominique Cojuangco
Daughter of Gretchen Barretto and business tycoon Tonyboy Cojuangco, this lady here has been the cover of many magazines to count.
- Jimuel Pacquiao
Son of the famous boxer, Manny Paquiao, Jimuel has never held himself back as being a rich kid – from his Php. 8.5 Million car to his shoe collection.
- Sandro Marcos
Son of Bongbong Marcos and Liza Aranete-Marcos, Sandro is an overachiever who descended from one of the wealthiest families through his mother.
- Rocio Zobel
The Zobels are known for being low-key in the public, however we have Rocio to thank for as she actively posts on her Instagram account for a little inside scoop in the happenings of the elite.
- Alily Laude
Daughter of Entrepreneurs Philip and Small Laude, this kid gets to experience the perks of being rich in her early age.
- KC del Rosario
Beautiful KC del Rosario is the daughter of Brunei’s Prince Jefri Bolkiah and Filipino wife Evangeline del Rosario. She’s technically royalty amongst us. She is very active in her Instagram account where she shares many of her travels.
- Daniel Miranda
Heir to the country’s largest pawnshop chain, Daniel Miranda seems to has it all. Apart from being an heir to a booming business, he is a racer who’ve raced internationally in countries like Singapore, Indonesia, Macau and more.
- Dian Serranilla
The lady who threw her 18th birthday party at the Mall of Asia Arena. Renting out an entire 15,000 capacity arena is no joke and it has been reported that she might’ve spent Php. 4.7 Million.
- Milka Romero
Daughter of port tycoon Mikee Romero, this young lady has paved the way for herself in the entrepreneur world. She’s opened her own restaurant as young as 19 years old. Amongst her empire are Sushi Nori, Ms. Gee, Drynk, Desserts by Yelo Yelo, and Wokwok