Woman reveals she will only have a baby if her partner pays her $315K a year: 'I'm not here to suffer'

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A 23-year-old London-based influencer has made headlines with her audacious demand for $315,000 a year if she decides to become a mother.

Jenny Darling, known for her bold content, refuses to "sacrifice" her body for a baby unless her conditions are met, which include therapy, a personal trainer, baby needs, a push present, and a mommy makeover.

"This is going to ruffle a few feathers but this is my preference," she said in a recent TikTok video in which she shared her list of expectations of a potential partner and what he would provide her with.

Darling, who has never desired motherhood, claimed that she asked doctors to remove her uterus, per The New York Post. However, she is now open to the idea of becoming a mom if the right partner can meet her demanding terms.

"I feel like as a woman I would just be sacrificing a lot - this list I don't think is asking for too much," she went on to say in the video. "I'm not here to suffer."

Key stipulations in Darling's motherhood contract include marriage before pregnancy, a prenuptial agreement with an infidelity clause, and an extravagant babymoon abroad. She justified her conditions by emphasizing the financial responsibility of raising children and her desire for a positive motherhood experience.

Darling also demands a $315,000 allowance annually per baby. "This will basically cover my weekly therapy sessions I'm going to need before and post giving birth," she told her TikTok followers.

The allowance would also cover, according to Darling: "A personal trainer to get me all fit and healthy, get my confidence back. Obviously grocery shopping and just things that I would to get for the kids.

"If I just have an annual or monthly allowance equivalent to that, I'm able to live comfortably not just for myself but for my child as well."

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A 23-year-old London-based influencer has made headlines with her audacious demand of $315,000 annually if she decides to become a mother. Credit: JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty

Aside from the $315,000 annual allowance, Darling's "non-negotiables" include a doula and a housekeeper for the first six months after childbirth, with the housekeeper being replaced by a weekly cleaner thereafter.

She also insisted on a luxury push present, such as a car or an apartment, and a comprehensive mommy makeover, including a tummy tuck and a breast augmentation. Moreover, Darling intends to limit her work hours, at least during the initial years of motherhood.

While Darling's terms may seem extravagant to some, she stands firm in her expectations and believes that they are justified.

Darling's unique stance on motherhood is not the only one to gain attention recently. A viral video advocating the benefits of the Dual Income, No Kids (DINK) lifestyle for couples who prioritize financial freedom over parenthood sparked a heated debate.

In the video, personal finance content creator John Eringman, 28, celebrated the DINK lifestyle, emphasizing indulgent hobbies and luxurious vacations.

The ensuing parenting discussion even got a response from Elon Musk, father of 11, who remarked, "That's messed up."

Featured image credit: Kelvin Murray / Getty

Woman reveals she will only have a baby if her partner pays her $315K a year: 'I'm not here to suffer'

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By VT

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A 23-year-old London-based influencer has made headlines with her audacious demand for $315,000 a year if she decides to become a mother.

Jenny Darling, known for her bold content, refuses to "sacrifice" her body for a baby unless her conditions are met, which include therapy, a personal trainer, baby needs, a push present, and a mommy makeover.

"This is going to ruffle a few feathers but this is my preference," she said in a recent TikTok video in which she shared her list of expectations of a potential partner and what he would provide her with.

Darling, who has never desired motherhood, claimed that she asked doctors to remove her uterus, per The New York Post. However, she is now open to the idea of becoming a mom if the right partner can meet her demanding terms.

"I feel like as a woman I would just be sacrificing a lot - this list I don't think is asking for too much," she went on to say in the video. "I'm not here to suffer."

Key stipulations in Darling's motherhood contract include marriage before pregnancy, a prenuptial agreement with an infidelity clause, and an extravagant babymoon abroad. She justified her conditions by emphasizing the financial responsibility of raising children and her desire for a positive motherhood experience.

Darling also demands a $315,000 allowance annually per baby. "This will basically cover my weekly therapy sessions I'm going to need before and post giving birth," she told her TikTok followers.

The allowance would also cover, according to Darling: "A personal trainer to get me all fit and healthy, get my confidence back. Obviously grocery shopping and just things that I would to get for the kids.

"If I just have an annual or monthly allowance equivalent to that, I'm able to live comfortably not just for myself but for my child as well."

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A 23-year-old London-based influencer has made headlines with her audacious demand of $315,000 annually if she decides to become a mother. Credit: JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty

Aside from the $315,000 annual allowance, Darling's "non-negotiables" include a doula and a housekeeper for the first six months after childbirth, with the housekeeper being replaced by a weekly cleaner thereafter.

She also insisted on a luxury push present, such as a car or an apartment, and a comprehensive mommy makeover, including a tummy tuck and a breast augmentation. Moreover, Darling intends to limit her work hours, at least during the initial years of motherhood.

While Darling's terms may seem extravagant to some, she stands firm in her expectations and believes that they are justified.

Darling's unique stance on motherhood is not the only one to gain attention recently. A viral video advocating the benefits of the Dual Income, No Kids (DINK) lifestyle for couples who prioritize financial freedom over parenthood sparked a heated debate.

In the video, personal finance content creator John Eringman, 28, celebrated the DINK lifestyle, emphasizing indulgent hobbies and luxurious vacations.

The ensuing parenting discussion even got a response from Elon Musk, father of 11, who remarked, "That's messed up."

Featured image credit: Kelvin Murray / Getty