Fashion blogger Lili-Rae is aged just 11 and has THOUSANDS spent on her each month by her parents

Meet the little girl who has thousands of pounds spent on her every month - and a different activity for every night of the week.

Lili-Rae Izatt-Port is just 11, but she already has a wardrobe bursting at the seams with designer clothes and shoes.

But Lili-Rae claims she isn't spoilt - her parents love to splash out to reward her for her excellent grades and long list of extra-curricular activities.

Lili-Rae is doted on and treated to lavish expensive gifts, as a reward for sticking to hobbies including dance, swimming, golf, French and violin lessons - which keep her constantly on the go.

While some people have dubbed her dad and step-mum, Bobbie and Leanne Port, and mum Carley Izatt as pushy parents , they claim they just want to give Lili-Rae the best start in life.

Lili-Rae, who wants to be a fashion designer or a stock-broker when she grows up, said: "I'm just a normal kid really.

"I do ballet, tap, street dance, swimming, football and golf, as well as playing the violin and learning French.

"That's all I've got time for really - I've got a different activity to go to every night after school . But it's not tiring, I find it really fun.

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"My parents don't push me into doing anything, but they support me with whatever I want to do.

"They just want me to do well for myself and be successful, and that's what I want too.

"I know how lucky I am, not just to get the chance to do all these fun things but for all the gifts my parents give me too.

"But I'm not spoilt, I'm just really lucky."

The headstrong schoolgirl, from Essex, is lavished with gifts by her doting parents for her good grades and hard-working attitude - and she's built up a designer wardrobe that most celebs would envy, going to school in Prada shoes and with a Longchamp bag.

Her parents splash out up to £1,000 a month on her, and dad-of-one Bobbie has even promised her £10,000 if she's mastered a language or an instrument by the time she's 16.

But the youngster has hit back at people who call her parents pushy - and said she is the one keen to keep on top of her busy after-school schedule.

Lili-Rae, who has just been signed by a modelling agency, said: "No one pushes me to do anything, I choose what I want to do.

"I want to be successful when I grow up - maybe have my own clothing range or be a stock broker like my dad - and when I get treated for doing well it's an extra bonus.

"My parents are just trying to help me be the best I can be, and teach me that if you work hard you can do well for yourself.

"They don't just throw money at me, they help me a lot and are always teaching me things - if I need help with my homework they don't just tell me the answer, they explain things to me.

"If I wanted to just go and play with my friends I wouldn't do all my after school clubs - but I do them because I enjoy them.

"I'm always busy, but I still have time at the weekends to play with my friends or watch TV.

"I'm just a normal kid - I work hard and get nice things, I still do normal things like other little girls though.

"I know my parents do spend a lot of money on me, but I know I'm very lucky to have that.

"My favourite clothes are my Moncler and Chloe jackets, and I have a huge collection of trainers.

"I've got a pretty big wardrobe - I have loads of clothes, some I buy and don't even wear.

"I just don't have enough time to wear everything, or I forget I have them then I grow and they don't fit me.

"I tend not to wear the same thing twice, I always mix it up a bit. Some people might think that's crazy, but I don't think it's that bad.

"Not everything's designer - I have a mix of designer and high street, I like to mix and match.

"If people call me spoilt or a show off, they just don't know what they're talking about - if they knew me they'd know I'm not like that.

"I don't get whatever I want all the time, it's not 'I want this' or 'I want that' and it's just given to me if I stamp my feet - if I've been really good or get good reports and grades then I'll get a treat.

"It's a good incentive to keep working hard - you're learning and getting nice things, so it's the best of both worlds."

Lili-Rae's mum, dad and step-mum all support her and spend hours ferrying her to a different after-school activity every night, as she spends half the week with Bobbie and Leanne and the other half with mum Carley.

Between them, they also run her blog and Instagram page, where her fashion posts have earned the popular tween thousands of followers.

Mum-of-two Carley, 33, said: "We all have a great relationship despite the unconventional set up, and the three of us will do anything we can to support Lili-Rae.

"We never push her into anything she doesn't want to do - everything is Lili's choice.

"She's always been into her fashion, and likes the finer things in life - something she's probably inherited from me and her dad!

"But she also does really well at school and loves doing sports and music, and we always encourage her to be the best she can be.

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