Millionaire’s wife slammed by trolls over ‘downsides’ to luxury lifestyle

Money may not always be able to buy happiness – but most of us are certain it would definitely help, especially in the current cost of living crisis.

However, some people who are on the more fortunate side don't always share the same view. One woman, who is the wife of a Dubai millionaire, has been criticised for moaning about the 'downsides' of her posh meals.

The social media star, known as Soudi, regularly shares glimpses of her extravagant lifestyle on social media. Many of her videos show her on lavish dinner dates with husband Jamal and her luxury purchases, Mirror reports.

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In one video, she revealed spending a whopping $500,000 (£396,000) on a trip to Europe and $50,000 (£39,600) on designer items from brands like Louis Vuitton and Chanel. Despite her luxurious lifestyle, Soudi admits it's not always perfect.

The video captioned "Worst things about being with a millionaire," saw her complaining about being served 'too much food' at restaurants, but doesn't want to seem 'picky.'

Soudi confesses she gets miffed when other women show interest in her husband – and when her hubby tries to get her "pregnant 24/7". Another challenge for the housewife is maintaining her glamorous appearance, which means frequent salon visits for hair, nails, and makeup.

She also finds it irksome that she always has to be chauffeured around by her husband. Her TikTok video @soudiofarabia has since gone viral, racking up over 2.3million views and 2m likes.

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Folks were quick to voice their thoughts on the clip. One person wrote: "Then give it to poor people, too much showing off." Another added: "People have everything and are still complaining."

A third suggested: "Why don't we take all the money away and see if there is still "love" between you guys." Meanwhile, a fourth quipped: "What a hard life." A fifth person chimed in: "I wish I had those problem."

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