4 Celeb children who are securing the bag for their bright futures

4 Celeb children who are securing the bag for their bright futures

- Many children of famous parents tend to prefer spending the money so freely available to them while they're still young

- Others start to act maturely at a young age and follow in the responsible footsteps of their moms and dads

- We have a handful of local celeb kids who are using the opportunities life gave them to secure their futures

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Playing with toys and computer games - that's what most young kids keep themselves busy with.

However, some of them know they're destined for greatness and start working on their futures at an early age.

Some of our celeb kids are doing exactly that, with a little guidance from their famous mommies and daddies.

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Here are the four celeb children who are securing the bag and making sure they have bright futures:

Kairo Forbes - Daughter of AKA and DJ Zinhle

Kairo’s mini social influencer vibe is in overdrive – watch this space, the Mzansi version of Kylie Jenner is in the making.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Kairo collaborated with Zinhle and produced her very own watch under her mom’s line, Era by DJ Zinhle.

Kairo’s watch is called the #KairoXEra – it’s a stunning little silver watch with a baby pink face that has a sparkly princess crown embedded on it.

This is just the start of many more venture that is sure to follow.

Khumo Mahlangu - Daughter of Tol Ass Mo and Mome

This 6-year-old is not only a favourite with fans of the family's reality TV show, Mo and Mome, but she also owns a beauty and hair care brand, Tiny Huggs by Khumo Panda.

The little one enjoys what she's doing and wants to be a 'power woman', according to TimesLIVE.

She wants to teach other young girls to have their own products as well and feels that respecting customers is very important.

Vivaldo "Valdo" Sithole - Son of Lindo Mcagwe

Vivaldo released his debut song, Ntwana Ntwana ft Lin Dough, in March, and became famous almost overnight.

On top of that, he scored himself paid campaigns from Milky Lane, Milo, Woolworths and Cotton On Kids.

He's a busy little boy!

Vivaldo calls himself "The Little Classic Man" and is enjoying the attention he is getting these days.

Kenzie Bala - daughter of Loyiso and Jennifer Bala

Kenzie is turning into a very popular brand influencer and has worked with Earth Child, Kendo and Cotton On Kids.

Her mother helps run her social media accounts, showing her the ropes. This also keeps her safe from anything inappropriate.

Kenzie is loving the fame and likes that people know her and want to take photos with her.

These kids are working hard to ensure their futures are super bright and putting some of us adults to shame!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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