You probably think you've seen it all when it comes to crazy rich Filipinos, but let us tell you that you haven't even uncovered much of the lives of the rich who live in gated communities around us. Take, for example, the members of the Violago family who are known for their lavish life filled with luxury designer items, multi-million sports cars, and more.
Youngest daughter Princess Violago regularly shares snippets from special occasions and her travels on her Instagram. From jetting off in private planes, helicopters, and luxury cars to a wardrobe filled with designer labels, she certainly enjoys the finer things.
Below, a peek into the luxurious life she leads.
Who are the Violagos and where does their fortune come from?
Not much is known about the nature of patriarch Oscar Violago's business but, upon more research, you'll find that he is the head of building and development group San Lorenzo Ruiz Builders and Developers Group, Inc., as well as San Lorenzo Ruiz Water Development Corporation, which was last in the news for its ties to fellow tycoon Enrique Razon.
His youngest daughter Princess Violago captures it all on her Instagram.
The actress and socialite lives a good life as seen in her opulent posts. You'll spot her wearing big designer labels as well as gowns by some of the country's top designers, accessorizing with diamond jewelry (including a diamond-studded Cartier Love bangle), and carrying one of her many Hermès bags.
She travels in style by private jet and multi-million Rolls-Royce cars.
Including carts full of Louis Vuitton trunks.
Her travel go-tos include one of the most expensive restaurants in the world;
Alain Ducasse Au Plaza Athenee's famous Jardin-Marin prix fixe menu is priced at €380 (approximately P22,000) per person for three half dishes, a selection of cheese, and dessert. Wine not included.
as well as staying at iconic five star hotels like The Plaza, St. Regis, and The Ritz-Carlton;
and vacationing in world-famous destinations of the wealthy.
One of her parent's expensive gifts was a custom pink Porsche Panamera Turbo S.
Outside of Instagram, she's opened up her home and closet to magazines and news channels.
Her house tour with talk show Mars revealed a Versailles-inspired mansion, and it pretty much has everything you'd expect, including a lot of gold, portrait paintings, and even a butler named Bong. Some highlights: It takes nearly 20 seconds to climb up the stairs, Princess has three walk-in closets, and the family has an impressive Christmas village collection.
This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.