Christina Ozturk, a 23-year-old Russian mother, already has 11 children of her own and plans to have hundreds more through surrogacy. Despite being knee-deep in nappies, the young mother loves her family so much that she and her businessman husband Galip Ozturk, 56, are willing to pay up to £800,000 on surrogacy to have 100 children. Christina told Newsflash reporters, “At the present, I have 10 children, including the most recent addition, Olivia, who arrived at the end of last month.”
“I gave birth to Vika, my oldest daughter, six years ago. “The remainder of the children are genetically ours, but they were carried by surrogates,” says my husband. The rich couple disclosed on their social media account that they had spoken about having 105 children, but that this was only a guess. “I don’t know how many there will be in the end, but we don’t plan to stop at ten,” the baby-crazed mother added. “We’re just not ready to discuss the final figure yet. “Everything has its appointed time.”
If the mother wants to have her target brood by the age of 30, she’ll need to produce 12 children every year for the following seven years. The family lives in Batumi, Georgia’s seaside town, where it is allowed to utilize surrogate moms for pregnancy. Each surrogate mother costs approximately 8,000 euros. Christina, a single mother of one, was on vacation in the coastal town when she met her now-husband Galip, a Turkish property and transportation mogul.
And, after 10 surrogate births so far, the pair has the process down to a science. Surrogates who carry the infants who are genetically Christina and Galip’s biological offspring require counseling and legal papers. “The clinic in Batumi selects surrogate moms for us and oversees the entire process,” Christina stated. “In order to avoid issues after the pregnancy, we are not personally acquainted with surrogate moms and do not have direct contact with them.”
Christina, on the other hand, likes to have control over what they consume, devising diet and nutrition programs for the pregnant surrogates. With no financial constraints, the couple may realize their ambition of having the world’s largest family – yet even having five surrogate kids each year would take over 20 years to achieve their objective. The Ozturks may need to start building an addition or two, given their ambitious plans for more babies on the way. In the United Kingdom, the Radfords of Lancashire are the country’s largest family, with 22 children and six grandkids.