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Larry David’s Daughters Live Up the Good Life on Instagram

Sunny beaches in Mexico, and pool side champagne. Yeah, we want to be Cazzie and Romy David when we grow up!

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The college-age daughters of Larry David, everyone’s favorite cranky funnyman, have gained overnight celebrity when viewers of their lavish lifestyle have dubbed them as one of the Rich Kids of Instagram. The photos show the girls jetting off on vacations, brunching and attending some very fancy parties.

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But they also offer snapshots of sweet family photos of the girls with their dad and each other.

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The David sisters are Larry David’s children from his marriage to ex-wife Laurie Lennard and the New York Post reports that older sister Cazzie is a senior at Emerson College in Boston while Romy is a sophomore at George Washington University in Washington DC. We especially love the behind the scenes photos with their dad, who looks like he is just as funny with his family as he is on our TV.

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