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Check Out This 3-Year-Old Instagram Star’s $4K Designer Clubhouse

While most three-year-olds are content playing with their Barbie Dreamhouse, Australia’s Millie-Belle Diamond is living it in real life.

The toddler from Noosa, Queensland is already an Instagram influencer. The account, managed by her mom Schye Fox, has nearly 160,000 followers. And her epic mini-mansion is one of the reasons people keep clicking. It comes complete with a 50-inch flat screen TV, a baby grand piano, crystal chandelier, and a rose garden and fairy lights out front. Oh, and a daybed that she sometimes shares with her cat.

Check it out (make sure to scroll through the photos):

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To have her life 😂🤷🏼‍♀️ . . I promised more inside pics and a decor tag list so here goes .. EACH PHOTO IS TAGGED – scroll through and see other post for more pics .. . . Gucci @melijoe.paris Bell – we sprayed it silver and it’s from @Bunnings Vanity @potterybarnkidsaus Bow chair @dreamykidz Doll @neapolitanhomewares Dolls bed @little_mackie Toy chests @belleandcoliving . . . Feature wall – yes we made it ourselves and we got the wallpaper from Bunnings too. Yes hubby made it all from scratch without plans or a kit & yes her TV is in the wall. Aircon to come. And no he isn’t making anymore 😂 AND NO, we are not opening a “palace” business 😂😂😂 everrrrr

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In this Instagram post Millie’s mom writes: “I couldn’t find a cubby in Australia that came with a crystal chandelier OR a built in TV OR flooring OR a feature wall OR gable windows …. so hubby and I designed it & made it from scratch. . . It HAD to be fit for the queen.”

This child is definitely going to have an easy time dating when she gets older.

Most of the photos in Millie’s account are of her wearing high-end fashion brands like Moschino, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton. And because she’s a social media “influencer,” those designers often send her things to wear…for free.

Schye tells Femail that it took about three months and $3,800 to build the house.

It truly is the cubby of every child’s dreams — Millie-Belle is so lucky but she also knows how lucky she is. It is a palace fit for a queen and she absolutely loves it.

She says she was inspired to build the “Palace MBD” after seeing a Hamptons-syle cubby in America that costs $20,000.

You couldn’t get anything like it here in Australia so my husband Michael, who used to be a builder, said he would do his best to put something together himself.

Michael built the home from scratch with no blueprint. Way to go, dad!


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