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.
But the young millionaires behind the internet sensation everyone loves to hate insist that they aren't bragging - just posting average pictures of their lives like everyone else.
"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 McDonald's," argues 22-year-old Andrew Warren, son of a New York real estate empire, who boasts that "all his friends have money too".
Meanwhile 23-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."
And for those who mock their opulent posts - real estate developer Andreas Arnhoff, 25, from Norway, reveals one of his favourite quotes: "Have you ever met a hater doing better than you? Me neither."
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".
They have revealed a little more about their lives as they hit back at the "haters".
The New Yorker who's always surrounded by beautiful girls:
Five-star holidays, high-performance cars and private jets are less of a luxury and more of an everyday routine for these youngsters.
As are shots of diamond-plated jewellery and, of course, drinking champagne straight from the bottle like Andrew Warren.
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.
He says if you don't take pictures of the good times, it's like they never happened.
But the grandson of a revered clothing magnate is planning to start his own clothing line, called Just Drew, and hates people judging him by his opulent posts.
He told MailOnline: "My favourite Instagram caption would be 'Lemonade, Lemonade' or using the lemon emoji.
"It's when other people are jealous or 'look sour' about something we do, it's like Lemonade because they are being sour... It's basically to the people hating because now I just laugh at it."
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.
He said: "I feel like a lot of Instagram accounts which have rich kids or whatever are trying to seek attention because they don't get enough at home or from people in real life.
"And when I post photos of my girlfriends it's not like most guys who post unclassy hookers.
"My girlfriends - although they're all really pretty - come from good families who happen to have money and most of them are really smart, coming from really good schools."
Andrew uses Instagram as an online diary of his extraordinary life. His upbringing has also meant he is relaxed around celebrities - another common feature of the rich kid account.
He said: "It doesn't really phase me. I've been around them my entire life. But laughing is the most important thing to me so I will admit I love Kris Jenner.
"I think she is so hilarious I saw her at Lance Bass' wedding in LA and then in Aspen after that and she is really funny.
"The one thing I really hate is people who judge me because you can't base someone off their Instagram account.
"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. So if someone thinks one of my Instagrams are embarrassing that's their problem because I think it's funny and it's just fun and not to take pictures so seriously.
"I'm really just as social as it looks on my Instagram page. I'm really lucky to have a tonne of friends," said the New Yorker.
"And most of my friends have money too, so it's not like I'm one of those people paying for their friends."
He believes the anger directed towards him is simply a misunderstanding.
"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," he said.
"I'm really into fashion, I like to shop a lot [and] I'm not trying to brag that I can afford nice clothes but if bloggers can post their #streetstyle then I think I'm allowed to post the clothes I wear. I just happen to have expensive taste sometimes.
"Also I don't think I should be judged for posting a photo like, for example, eating caviar at Claridge's hotel in London - while it's okay for someone to post a picture at McDonald's.
"I'm not rubbing anyone's face in it, it's what I'm actually doing. Like I said, my Instagram is my diary of my everyday life so I just post what I'm doing. I'm not trying to please anyone or make anyone upset it's just what I like to do.
"I'm really just all about having a good time, I like trying everything and travelling all over."
The sisters who light up the world's most exclusive parties:
The young, rich and spontaneous all seem to share one common passion - travelling.
They have formed a 'global clique' through their common love for visiting the world's most beautiful and exclusive locations, according to 20-year-old Lana Scolaro.
Lana was born in London but she and her older sister Stephanie, 23, have "grown up in a global scene", and now live between Monaco, London and New York. They receive invites to "the best parties" from people they have met on their travels.
They use their Instagram accounts to promote their businesses - jewellery for Lana, called Lana Scolaro Diamonds and clothes for Stephanie, 23.
Stephanie, who is in her last year studying business at the private Regent's University, explained: "I do like to post a few pictures but I don't have as much of a fan base as my sister because she's been with so many celebrities."
"There's like one big clique which is kind of global, who travel. We go to all the most exclusive parties and clubs," said Lana.
In fact, they spent Christmas and New Year's in the celebrity hotspot of St Bart's.
Lana added: "There were a lot of parties there. P Diddy was there, a lot of celebrities were there which is fun."
Although the famous rapper did not feature in Lana's Instagram feed, her many holidays do.
But she insists the account is "a diary of photos, for memories when I want to look back at great times that I had, it's all there in one album".
The Scolaro sisters are gaining such an impressive social media standing that they've been offered their own reality TV show.
Stephanie said: "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. They wanted to make a reality TV show about us."
Her little sister is certainly using her connections to promote the jewellery company she started with her savings.
She told MailOnline: "I've given out a few pieces recently to Rihanna and some other people who are going to be seen wearing them at New York Fashion Week.
"I'm about to launch it in New York this week and I just recently went into one store in Monaco and planning to launch in Selfridge's and a few other stores in London."
The young trader who makes "thousands of dollars in minutes":
The money Tomer Sror flashes on his Instagram account is his livelihood. The 26-year-old owns his own finance company and is a stock trader - a position he "never dreamed of" when he started out aged 18.
"I started working my way up and made my own money and saved enough to open my first office by the time I turned 22," he revealed.
For the first two years, he worked six days a week, leaving his home in Tel Aviv at 6.30am and returning at 8pm.
More than 36,000 people follow his Instagram account where he posts images of cash he made from trades.
Tomer constantly receives messages branding him a show-off, but just as many asking for his advice.
"I use Instagram to inspire and motivate people in my age and see what I achieved by hard work and a lot of ambition," he told MailOnline.
"It's funny because a lot of people could get the wrong impression about me and call me a bragger and 'show off' but the truth is that I'm not trying to make anybody jealous.
"A few days ago some guy posted a comment on my page that I'm just showing off and called me names.
"When I checked his account a day after I saw some of my pictures in his account pretending that he took them and basically 'showed them off' to his followers and got a lot of likes and positive comments and he was all proud about it!"
The Israeli-born online trader's job is so tense he says, "that taking time off from it is a big must".
"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.
"Life can take you to so many new and exciting places but also surprise you and completely change your plans."
The 'prince' who was born into a life of complete luxury:
Emir Badahir's name literally translates as 'prince' in Arabic and - in his own words - he certainly lives like one.
An heir to a generations-old Turkish real estate empire, the 23-year-old said: "I was born into this lifestyle, and grew up exploring only the best in reference to cars, clothing, dining, art, and travelling.
"I am an avid connoisseur of the life of luxury. I love travelling, attending and collecting contemporary art and shopping. Fashion is what I was born into. The way I get dressed has no competition."
He might have run into Lana and Stephanie Scolaro in St. Bart's, which he counts as one of his favourite travel destinations along with Courchevel in France and St Moritz in Switzerland.
"I have so many favourite spots all around the world, pages would not be enough to type them," he said.
"I like to go to places where not everyone who has money could go to. I'd rather surround myself with intelligent, cool, and fun people rather than just wealthy ones."
Unlike many of our so-called Rich Kids of Instagram, Emir sees his followers as an audience to entertain.
In the week the application launched, he began using it as an online photo album but it grew to be a very important part of his life - and a platform to share his incredible experiences.
He said: "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."
And although he has reached a point where he can finance his own extravagant lifestyle, the 23-year-old says "it is a relief to know I have a backup".
Born in Istanbul and raised in Switzerland, Emir went to one of the world's most prestigious boarding schools - TASIS in Lugano.
He then attended New York University where he completed a double-major in Business and Technology Management.
He is a shareholder at a lifestyle social club in New York and owns his own real estate company.
- Daily Mail