Former Bachelorette star Snezana Wood sparked backlash this week after flaunting her two luxury cars on social media.
And it turns out that this influencer’s extravagant flair extends into every aspect of her life.
In a recent Instagram post, the 42-year-old showed off a bottle of designer brand LOEWE’s liquid hand soap, valued at $92.
The average supermarket liquid soap like Woolworths or Coles costs about $4.
She also had a bottle of luxury perfume brand Byredo worth $338.
Snezana Wood showed off a $92 bottle of LOEWE liquid hand soap and a $338 bottle of perfume from luxury fragrance house Byredo in a bathroom selfie this week.
Snezhana’s husband, Sam, recently sold his fitness business for $71 million. pictured together
In another post, Snezhana showed off her collection of designer handbags in her wardrobe.
The brunette beauty seems to own a bag from every major brand, including Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Chanel.
Just last week, Snezhana and her fitness guru husband upset some of their longtime online followers after revealing their expensive cars in a “humble” post.
On Tuesday, Snezhana posted a photo of herself and a black Mercedes-Benz G-Class and a white Porsche Cayenne.
She captioned the photo: “Mr. and Mrs. stay in. Who stayed in on Valentine’s Day or forgot?”
Both luxury sedans come with hefty price tags, with all-new Mercedes-Benz G-Class models ranging from $233,600 to $317,400 and the Porsche Cayenne starting at $336,100.
In another post, Snezana flaunted her handbag collection, which included pieces from Gucci and Chanel.
However, some of Snezhana’s followers weren’t impressed that she appeared to flaunt her wealth under the guise of a post on Valentine’s Day.
One person wrote, “So you need to show off your luxury cars to show exactly what on Valentine’s Day?”
I thought today was about love. I know money changes people but I didn’t expect this from you. From the Kardashians, yes, but not from you. very sad. Especially in the current economic climate!!
While another said, “You weren’t a single mom who joined The Bachelor TV Show, so stay grounded!”
A third wrote: ‘I can’t stand such boastful posts. If I wanted posts like this, I would follow the Kardashians. Geez money changes people fast.
‘It is good to see your husband’s wealth. Now, where did you get? another growled.
On Tuesday, Snezhana sparked backlash by posting a photo of herself and her husband in a Mercedes-Benz G-Class, and a white Porsche Cayenne. in the photo above
“You weren’t a single mom who joined The Bachelor TV Show, so stay grounded!” wrote one angry fan. Sam and Sneezana are pictured on The Bachelor in 2015
However, some longtime Snezana fans have also defended her and claimed that she did nothing wrong by sharing the items she worked so hard for.
“Snez, I love you guys, and you should be so proud of your hard work and effort that has paid off and provided you with amazing opportunities and material things,” said one.
If you work hard you don’t have to reap the rewards! Well done both of you, another exclaimed.
The couple met on the 2015 series of The Bachelor and they are They certainly aren’t short of coins after Sam sold his fitness business for $71 million to myDNA Genetic Collection.
Sam’s Fitness, 28 by Sam Wood, combines “quick, simple, and delicious meals with a daily 28-minute exercise program.”
However, fitness wasn’t the only part of Wood’s success, as he also amassed a $10 million real estate portfolio in the back of his time as a member of The Bachelor.
His real estate portfolio includes his $4 million home in Elsternwick, which he shares with his wife and their four children, and the $3.6 million Mount Martha property.
The reality TV couple, who have been married for four years, welcomed their third daughter, Harper Jones, on May 4, 2021.
They are also parents to Charlie, three, and Willow, four.
Sam is also stepfather to 17-year-old Eve, Snezhana’s daughter from a previous marriage.
The couple, who have four children between them, lead a life of luxury thanks to the success of Sam’s fitness empire and growing real estate portfolio.