A London influencer and child-free woman, Jenny Darling has vowed that she won’t ‘sacrifice’ her body for a baby unless certain conditions are met…..CONTINUE READING HERE
The conditions, according to the 23-year-old from Bishopsgate, London, includes being paid a £250K annual allowance, a push present, and a comprehensive postpartum makeover.
The young woman laid out her ‘non-negotiables’ for pregnancy, emphasizing the need for compensation for the potential impact on her physical and mental well-being.
According to DailyMail, Jenny stipulates that she would need to be married before falling pregnant, with a prenuptial agreement, and she’d like a ‘babymoon’ abroad before giving birth.
Following the birth, she wants a £250,000 annual allowance to pay for therapy, a personal trainer and anything she’d need for herself and the baby.
Jenny’s list of demands doesn’t stop there; she also wants a doula and a housekeeper for the first six months postpartum, who would be replaced by a weekly cleaner after that.
She also demands a luxury push present – such as a car or apartment – and a mummy makeover, including a tummy tuck and boob job.
“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.”
Jenny has always wanted to be ‘childless’. She continued:
“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 would need to have a prenup in place before falling pregnant. She said:
“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.”
Jenny would want to go on a babymoon to have one last proper holiday before the arrival of a little one. She said:
“You have to give up everything you enjoy and that makes you you.”
Jenny said she’d need an allowance per year to cover the costs of activities for herself and her baby. She further stated:
“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.”
Jenny would also want a doula and a housekeeper following the birth. She said:
“I don’t know how women do cooking, cleaning and working as a mum. I commend that but it’s not going to be me…..CONTINUE READING HERE