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Influencer Jenny Darling sets conditions for pregnancy, demands £250K allowance

Jenny Darling, an influencer residing in London, has outlined specific conditions she insists must be met before considering pregnancy.

Influencer Jenny Darling sets conditions for pregnancy, demands £250K allowance

These prerequisites include an annual allowance of £250,000, a significant post-birth gift, and a comprehensive makeover following childbirth.

Emphasizing the importance of compensating for the potential toll on her physical and mental well-being, the 23-year-old from Bishopsgate, London, has firmly established her ‘non-negotiables’ regarding pregnancy.

Jenny requires marriage with a prenuptial agreement prior to conceiving, alongside a pre-birth vacation abroad, as shared with Daily Mail.

Post-delivery, she insists on a £250,000 yearly allowance to cover therapy, personal training, and all related expenses for both herself and the child.

Moreover, Jenny‘s stipulations extend to having a doula and a housekeeper for the initial six months following childbirth, followed by a weekly cleaner.

Additionally, her demands encompass a lavish push present, such as a car or an apartment, as well as a comprehensive postpartum makeover involving procedures like a tummy tuck and breast augmentation.

In her own words, Jenny articulated, “Motherhood is priceless. You can’t put a number on what is worth sacrificing. Creating a human life takes a lot of sacrifice. I’d never put my body through that for free. I’m not built to suffer”.

She further expressed, “I’ve wanted to be childless since I started periods. I asked doctors to take my uterus out. Kids are expensive. I wouldn’t want to bring a child into this world to suffer.

“I would have kids on the terms it’s a good motherhood experience for me. I don’t want kids. If it was to happen these are my non-negotiables.”

Jenny clarified that any potential motherhood journey must align with her specific conditions. Moreover, she stressed the necessity of marriage before considering pregnancy.

I would need to be married before I would even have a child – mainly because of my religion and protection for the baby. I want a prenup to cover anything that would impact my life – infidelity and things like that”.

Elaborating on her financial expectations, she explained,

“I’d need a £250k annual allowance. For therapy sessions, a PT, all of the things you’d need to live. It’s investing in our life and future”.

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