Olivia Jade Giannulli celebrates her 23rd birthday at The Ivy in WeHo with her big sister Bella

Olivia Jade Giannulli celebrated her 23rd birthday Wednesday while having lunch at The Ivy in West Hollywood with her big sister Bella.

The YouTube vlogger wore a berry-print strapless top as she enjoyed a glass of white wine at the upscale Robertson Boulevard restaurant where a plate of ravioli costs $48.

Olivia – who is dating Euphoria star Jacob Elordi – received at least two birthday bouquets.

Rich: Olivia Jade Giannulli celebrated her 23rd birthday on Wednesday while having lunch at The Ivy in West Hollywood with her big sister Bella

Giannulli’s Instagram post received rave reviews from Dancing with the Stars dancers Lindsay Arnold Cusick and Gleb Savchenko as well as Zoe Church founder Chad Veach.

The DWTS #30 contestant – who has 3.5 million social media followers – gushed via Instastory: “Thank you for the birthday wishes!” I see all of your sweet messages and it means the world.

On Tuesday, Olivia was spotted buying an iced matcha green tea at Alfred Tea Room in West Hollywood while carrying a Gucci bag and Balenciaga sneakers.

Giannulli – who vlogs for a living – still lives in her parents’ $9.5million Hidden Hills mansion inside the gated community of Ashley Ridge.

Cheers!  The YouTube vlogger wore a berry-print strapless top as she enjoyed a glass of white wine at the upscale Robertson Boulevard restaurant where a plate of ravioli costs $48

Cheers! The YouTube vlogger wore a berry-print strapless top as she enjoyed a glass of white wine at the upscale Robertson Boulevard restaurant where a plate of ravioli costs $48

'Beyond!'  Olivia - who is dating Euphoria star Jacob Elordi - received at least two birthday bouquets

‘Beyond!’ Olivia – who is dating Euphoria star Jacob Elordi – received at least two birthday bouquets

“HBD Family!” Giannulli’s Instagram post received rave reviews from Dancing with the Stars dancers Lindsay Arnold Cusick and Gleb Savchenko as well as Zoe Church founder Chad Veach

The DWTS #30 contestant – who has 3.5 million social media followers – gushed via Instastory:

The DWTS #30 contestant – who has 3.5 million social media followers – gushed via Instastory: “Thank you for the birthday wishes!” I see all your sweet messages and it means the world’

In January 2021, the celebrity-hungry influencer promised to “donate a percentage of my adsense on all upcoming videos” to a mystery charity she never named.

On August 29, Olivia uploaded a vlog demonstrating ’90s Sitcom Star Glam’ – which was inspired by her disgraced mother, ex-college admissions scandal inmate Lori Loughlin.

“As most of you know, my mom was on a ’90s sitcom called Full House,” Giannulli explained.

“So I wanted to, like, emulate it a bit and couldn’t have done it without Dyson, so thank you so much for sponsoring this video!”

Outside: On Tuesday, Olivia was spotted buying an iced matcha green tea at the Alfred Tea Room in West Hollywood

She wore a Gucci bag and Balenciaga sneakers

Outside: On Tuesday, Olivia was seen buying an iced matcha green tea at the Alfred Tea Room in West Hollywood while carrying a Gucci bag and Balenciaga sneakers

Vlogger: Giannulli still lives in his parents' $9.5 million six-bedroom Hidden Hills mansion inside the gated community of Ashley Ridge (pictured Saturday)

Vlogger: Giannulli still lives in his parents’ $9.5 million six-bedroom Hidden Hills mansion inside the gated community of Ashley Ridge (pictured Saturday)

‘I wanted to emulate it’: On August 29, the celebrity-hungry influencer uploaded a vlog demonstrating ’90s Star Glam Sitcom’ – which was inspired by her disgraced mother, an ex-convict of the scandal Lori Loughlin University Admissions

In 2020, the 58-year-old Daytime Emmy nominee and her second husband Mossimo Giannulli pleaded guilty to paying a $500,000 bribe to ensure their two daughters would be accepted into the USC.

Olivia and Bella even pretended to be rowdy rookies by posing for fake crew photos as part of their applications, which proved them guilty of their parents’ plot to commit mail fraud. /money laundering.

Lori served nearly two months at FCI Dublin in California in 2020, and she paid a $150,000 fine and completed 150 hours of community service.

The 59-year-old designer Mossimo served five months with FCI Lompoc in California in 2020-21, and he paid a $250,000 fine and completed 250 hours of community service.

2018 family portrait: In 2020, the 58-year-old Daytime Emmy nominee (2-L) and her second husband Mossimo Giannulli (2-R) pleaded guilty to paying a $500 bribe $000 to ensure their two daughters would be accepted into USC

2018 family portrait: In 2020, the 58-year-old Daytime Emmy nominee (2-L) and her second husband Mossimo Giannulli (2-R) pleaded guilty to paying a $500 bribe $000 to ensure their two daughters would be accepted into USC

Smoking gun: Olivia and Bella even pretended to be rookies by posing for fake crew photos as part of their applications, which proved them guilty of their parents' plot to commit mail fraud / money laundering

Smoking gun: Olivia and Bella even pretended to be rookies by posing for fake crew photos as part of their applications, which proved them guilty of their parents’ plot to commit mail fraud / money laundering

Operation Varsity Blues: Lori served nearly two months at FCI Dublin in California in 2020, and designer Mossimo, 59, served five months at FCI Lompoc in California in 2020-2021 (pictured in 2019)

Operation Varsity Blues: Lori served nearly two months at FCI Dublin in California in 2020, and designer Mossimo, 59, served five months at FCI Lompoc in California in 2020-2021 (pictured in 2019)

The Elemis partner tried to do some damage control with a tone-deaf appearance on Facebook Watch’s Red Table Talk in 2020.

Olivia openly contradicted herself for hosting Jada Pinkett Smith saying she “was so ashamed at first and went into hiding for four months” then later said she “didn’t really figured out what was wrong with it.”

“In the bubble I grew up in, a lot of parents of kids were donating to schools,” Giannulli said.

“It’s not and it’s not right, but it was happening. So at first I was like, ‘I don’t really understand what’s wrong with this. I was like, ‘That’s what everybody does and my parents work really hard.’

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