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These lucky celeb kids are set to inherit millions – with £726m Stormi Jenner and £360m Blue Ivy top of the tots

EVERY parent hopes their child will do well in life – but these lucky tots won’t need to worry about a thing.

Celebs’ kids are in a league of their own when it comes the eye-watering wealth they’ll one day inherit.

Now, a study by Slotsup has identified the stars of the future set to rake it in from their famous mum and dads’ cash.

The study delved into data from Forbes’ World’s Richest Self-Made Women List to reveal how much each child will inherit, based on the combined net worth of parents. 

From Stormi Jenner’s mind-boggling £726million pocket money to Blue Ivy Carter’s cool £360million, the sky’s the limit for Hollywood’s next generation.

Here are the luckiest celeb kids who will one day inherit ludicrous amounts of cash.

Parents: Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott

Inheritance: $940m (£726m)

Born in February 2018, Stormi Webster is the only daughter of reality star-turned-makeup mogul Kylie Jenner, 23, and rapper, Travis Scott.

Headlines started to circulate in 2017 that Jenner and Scott were dating and the following year Kylie gave birth to Stormi.

Having launched her own make-up line, Kylie has earned hundreds of millions not just as a reality star with her famous sisters, but as a businesswoman too.

Scott, meanwhile, is signed with Kanye West’s GOOD Music and he’s thought to have a net worth of around £30million – just a fraction of Jenner’s £690million fortune.

Stormi has already experienced a taste of her parents’ wealth after Kylie threw her a wildly extravagant birthday party – calling the event StormiWorld 2.

It featured a Frozen-themed room with music from the Disney movie, an Elsa impersonator, an ice sculpture of Olaf, craft stations, a bouncy castle and even furniture made from ice.

There was also a Trolls room, themed after the Pixar Animation and Crazy Dumbos inspired Disney’s flying elephant.

Parents: Huda Kattan and Christopher Goncalo

Inheritance: $610m (£471m)

Nour Giselle, nine, is the daughter of beauty tycoon Huda Kattan, 36, who is also known as Huda Beauty on her social media channels.

Huda and husband Christopher Goncalo moved to Dubai in 2008 in order to start their now successful make-up brand, which has netted them a £471million fortune.

She was one of the first make-up moguls to introduce the long-lasting liquid lipstick formula that revolutionised the make-up industry.

The socialite has been in business for over a decade alongside her sisters, creating an empire comprised of lipsticks, eyelashes, skincare and even tweezers after collaborating with Tweezerman.

Huda revealed last year that even though she owns a beauty empire, she won’t let her daughter wear make-up as she’s afraid she’ll look “too sexy” as a child.

Parents: Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West

Inheritance: $550m (£424m)

North West is the eldest child of Kim Kardashian, 39, and rapper Kanye West, 43.

Her fortune is split four ways between her respective siblings – however, the overall total for all the children is a whopping £1.7billion.

Kim originally found fame and fortune on her reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians – which she recently announced will end after 14 years.

Kanye, on the other hand, is one of the globe’s best-selling music artists with over 140million records sold worldwide, scooping 21 Grammys.

North turned seven this year, and she travelled to Wyoming to celebrate her birthday with her whole family.

The billionaire parents ignored coronavirus protocol back in June and pulled out all the stops at their private ranch, ending the night with a huge fireworks display.

Parents: Beyonce and Jay-Z  

Inheritance: $467m (£360m)

As the daughter of two of the most famous people on the planet – Beyonce, 38, and Jay-Z, 50 – Blue Ivy Carter is already a singer and actress.

The eight-year-old became the youngest ever winner of a BET award, winning the BET HER Award in 2020 for her collaboration on the song “Brown Skin Girl” featuring her Grammy Award-winning mum.  

Having sold 100million records worldwide, Beyonce is one of the world’s best-selling recording artists – while Jay-Z has often been cited as one of the most influential hip-hop artists in history.

The inheritance for all three of the Carters’ children combined is over £1.2billion.

Blue Ivy famously shushed her parents whilst sitting next to them at the Grammys and also featured on her dad’s song named ‘Glory’ – with sounds of her cries and heartbeat – when she was only a few days old.

She is definitely the most productive of the billionaire babies and celebrating birthdays is no different.

Earlier this year, Beyoncé released pictures of Blue’s birthday party featuring pastel pink decorations for a rose gold birthday party.

The shindig even featured a runway fit for a princess.

Parents: Whitney Wolfe Herd and Michael Herd

Inheritance: $290m (£224m)

Bobby Lee Herd II is the only child of Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe, 31, and Texan oil heir and restauranteur Michael Herd.

The uber-rich couple were introduced whilst they were on a lavish holiday in Aspen in 2013.

Whitney Wolfe Herd created the dating site, Bumble, in 2014, and the family is estimated to be worth £224million.

Bumble is 20million users strong, thanks to the app’s USP of only allowing women to make the first move when couples match.

Parents: Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian

Inheritance: $265m (£204m)

Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr is the only daughter of six-time Wimbledon winner Serena Williams, 38, and US internet entrepreneur Alexis Ohanian, 37, who co-founded the social media news site Reddit.

Serena is the former World No. 1 in women’s single tennis, with a total of 23 Grand Slam singles titles – the most of any player in the Open era.

Alexis’ famous parents have also made a verified Instagram account for the three-year-old which has over 602k followers.

Williams and Ohanian first became engaged in 2016 and announced the pregnancy in April 2017 on Snapchat.

Williams recently revealed in an interview with People that her daughter adores dressing and loves matching with her mum.

”She’ll set up before bed what we need to wear in the morning, and she says, ‘blue shirt, blue shirt, blue shirt,’ and then she goes, ‘Mama wear this or these shoes.’ She’s currently wearing heels,” Serena says.

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