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Mum spending £4,000 on her two children this Christmas and giving them 60 presents each

Mum spending £4,000 on her two children this Christmas and giving them 60 presents each

Talk about going all out...

The big day is just a week away now and, hopefully, most of us have got the bulk of our Christmas shopping sorted already.

Now, we're all guilty of spending a little more than usual over the holidays, but one mum has really pushed the boat out after admitting she spent thousands on her kids this Christmas.

Laura Whyte, who hails from Aberchirder in Aberdeenshire, revealed she is buying her two children 60 presents each at a staggering cost of £4,000.

Now, while four grand seems like a lot of money for most people - it's clear that Laura is able to spare no expense for the big day as she rakes in a hefty salary each month on OnlyFans.

Laura Whyte has spent four grand on her two children this Christmas after buying them 60 presents each.

The 30-year-old content creator says she takes home a whopping £5,000 a month on the platform.

She added that she doesn't feel guilty about spending so much on her eight and 12-year-old as previously she didn't have as much cash and wasn't able to spoil her children.

Some items on the 120-item-long Crimbo list include a new virtual reality set for her son and a new bike for her daughter as well as a £600 'surprise' gift, which is the most she’s splashed out on a present for her kids, but she says she doesn’t want to give away the surprise just yet.

The mum-of-two said: "It feels amazing.

"I don’t feel as guilty about spending money now – before there was a budget but now there’s not so much."

The mum-of-two can afford the 120 presents due to earning £5k a month on OnlyFans.
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Opening up about her financial situation, she continued: "It’s just the fact we don’t have to budget - we’re not having to start planning for next Christmas in January.

"When they ask for something, you know that you can get it for them. It’s just a relief it’s not as stressful anymore."

She added: "They’ve got about 60 presents each, so it takes quite a bit of time to open them all.

"We’ve spent £4k already and we’ve got them four days away in January too."

And presents are far from the only festive outgoing.

The family will be spending early January in a Scottish cabin, enjoying luxuries like a hot tub and pool table.

A massive £600 will also be spent on food, nibbles and drinks for the big day.

Even with all that, however, Laura has revealed she's most stoked for a big old chill out and going for a Christmas walk.

"This year we’ve obviously spent a bit more than we normally would as we’ve got the money there," she explained.

"Before we would have had to pick and choose what to get them, but now I can get them what they’re wanting."

The Brit went on: "After Christmas we’ve got the holiday to look forward to, it’s like a second Christmas away."

"Before we didn’t really go away anywhere and now we can, so I think they’re more excited for that part."

Laura also said she'll be getting her partner 'some nice things' as well.

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Topics: Parenting, Real Life, Money, Shopping, Christmas