Daughter is willing to donate her eggs so that her dad can have a baby with her ex-boyfriend

Daughter is willing to donate her eggs so that her dad can have a baby with her ex-boyfriend

If she goes through with it, she would become the biological mother of her dad's next child while her ex-boyfriend would be the biological father.

There is no "weird love triangle," insists Saffron Drewitt-Barlow, who is ready to donate her eggs so that her father, Barrie Drewitt-Barlow, 50 can have another baby with his fiancé Scott Hutchison, 25.

Months before her father fell in love with him, Saffron had dated Scott for a while after she turned 18. Scott and Saffron knew each other from when she was 13 years old and they met after he started working as a PA for the family. At the moment, Saffron says they are just friends while her father is blissfully happy and engaged to her ex-boyfriend.



"We had fun, and Scott's a beautiful guy, all my friends fancied him, but we were better off as friends," Saffron said.

Now, Saffron is more than willing to donate her eggs to her father and her ex-boyfriend, which would make her the biological mother of the child who will be raised as her sibling; Scott would be the biological father of the baby while Barrie would be the biological grandfather.


In September, Barrie and Scott had welcomed their first daughter and named Valentina, after which Saffron revealed that she absolutely adores her step-sister.

"I love Valentina, and I want to donate my eggs to help Daddy and Scott have more children," Saffron told Closer magazine. as quoted by The Sun.

She added, "I don't think Daddy likes the idea too much, as he'd be the biological grandparent of the child and Scott would be the biological dad, but I really want to help. I've already frozen my eggs for them, so Daddy and Scott just have to say the word."

In the past, Barrie and his ex-partner, Tony Drewitt-Barlow, 55, made headlines for being UK's first gay couple to become fathers through surrogacy, as reported by The Sun.


Excited to become parents, Barrie and Tony welcomed twins, Saffron and Aspen about two decades ago, and they later become parents once again to their son, Orlando in 2003. In 2010, another pair of twins, Jasper and Dallas, joined the family.


Although Barrie and Tony ended their romantic relationship, they still share a bond and also live together in their 10-bedroom mansion, along with Scott and the children of the three fathers in the house.

Before Barrie and Scott were blessed with Valentina, Barrie said he was "delighted" and added that theirs is a "very modern family."


"We are all going to remain living under the same roof. Tony is Dad, I’m Daddy and while at the moment Scott is stepdad, soon he’s going to be Daddy Two," Barrie said before Valentina's birth. "We are happy, we want to co-parent our kids and that’s all that matters. If people don’t get it, that’s their problem, not ours."

Barrie and Tony also reportedly do not know who is the biological father of some of their children and they prefer to keep it that way. After Barrie decided to have children with his fiancé Scott, he revealed that telling Tony about it felt like the official end to their romantic relationship. "Telling him the good news of my pregnancy was hard. It felt more final that our relationship was over," Barrie shared. "But we are still there for each other and he will be very much a part of their lives—and will be for the rest of his life."


His daughter, Saffron also gave her father her blessings and is now ready to donate her eggs so that her father and her ex-boyfriend can welcome another child. Saffron said, "As long as they’re happy, I’m not bothered."

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