Mum says she's charging family £150 each for Christmas dinner and one glass of Champagne
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Reality TV star Carla Bellucci claims she will be charging her relatives when she cooks their Christmas dinner.
The former model is perhaps best known for admitting on This Morning that she had ‘ben[t] the truth’ to get a publicly-funded nose job.
Elsewhere, Carla, 42, has also appeared on an episode of Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over, entitled ‘Britain’s Most Hated Woman?’.
Earlier this year, she made headlines after revealing she’d organised an extravagant Easter Egg hunt for her children.
In a conversation with MailOnline, it’s been revealed that the mum will be charging her guests £150 each for a turkey dinner and a single glass of champagne.
“It's not cheap feeding people and it also takes a lot of time to put together a nice meal,” she admitted to the publication.
“I’ll give them a glass of Champagne, but if they want any more booze, they can bring their own.”
Carla reportedly expects to cook for nine guests this winter - including her immediate family of six.
However, she revealed that some of her relatives may be ‘disgusted’ about paying the £150 price tag.
She said: “If you want quality, you have to pay for it.
“You might find a carvery that's cheaper than my place, but my dinner is going to be a lot more classy than that.
“It wouldn't be any cheaper if you went to a restaurant or hotel for a Christmas Day meal, so why should I be out of pocket?”
The former OnlyFans model will open her doors for dinner at 2pm.
However, after games of charades, she will allegedly send her guests home at 10pm.
Interestingly, the £150 fee also includes a profit margin, which Carla has justified to the publication.
She explained: “Everything I do is for profit and my family understands that.”
Last month, the social media star admitted that she knows her ‘strong opinions’ can sometimes rub people the wrong way.
Speaking to MailOnline, she said: “I'm not going to stop saying what I think.
“I know it rubs people up the wrong way sometimes but it's just who I am.”
She also admitted that she wants to use her ‘platform’ to book a place on reality TV.
She said: “If I can get on a reality show then that would be brilliant because I know I make good TV.
“Celebrity Big Brother would be perfect if that's coming back alongside the main show. I could ruffle even more feathers.”