MEET Isabella Barrett – the teen entrepreneur who was just six when she banked her first million.
The 15-year-old first found fame as a youngster, as one of the breakout stars of Toddlers and Tiaras. Off the back of the show, she launched her own jewellery line, Glitzy Girl, and was soon making serious money.
Since then, she has started two clothing lines, By The Crown and House of Barretti, and launched her own skincare range.
Among all of her businesses combined – plus the money she makes from social media, music, and other investments – she can take home anything from $30,000 to $150,000 a month.
Her parents help manage her money, giving her $2,500 a week as an allowance. Some of her more lavish purchases include a $30,000 jetski and a $20,000 four-wheeler – and she also lives for high-end fashion.
Today, Truly follows Isabella and her mum Susanna as she debuts her new line at New York Fashion Week.
Determined to make both the runway show and VIP after-party a roaring success, the teenager has cut a mammoth cheque for $85,000 – all her own money – to pay for it.
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