‘Youngest CEO’ is ‘boss baby’ who will be millionaire before she’s 5 says mum

A "boss baby" is thought to be one of the world's youngest CEOs and will be a millionaire by the age of five, according to her mum.

Proud parent Vera Sidika says daughter Asia Brown is already living a lavish life and boasts her own collection of designer handbags and diamond jewellery thanks to the success of her very own business. Little Asia runs a line of organic hair and skincare products and also has a sizeable following on Instagram, reports The Sun.

"She is going to be a millionaire by the time she is five," mum-of-two Vera beamed. "She is one of the world's youngest CEOs. I am so proud."

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Asia isn't the first wealthy entrepreneur in the family. Vera is a multi-millionaire after making a fortune as the head of international detox brand VEETOX. She is also a plus-size model.

"I'm self-made," Vera said of her work. "I wanted to show the world what hard work and determination can get you after I gave birth to my beautiful daughter."

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Vera set up her daughter's business in her name before she even turned one. The company, which makes products for babies like Asia, specialises in treatments for common conditions like eczema and cradle cap. It currently offers more than 10 different products and has sold a staggering 9,000 items.

With Asia a bit too young to balance the company's books just yet, Vera is looking after the brand's finances and loves using the cash to spoil her daughter. Asia has been treated to lavish parties and all the furnishings a toddler could dream of in her luxurious bedroom, stuffed full of designer handbags and stunning jewellery – she even has a mini car.

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