Christmas-mad mum splashes £4,000 on just two children with 60 gifts each

A Christmas-mad mother is splashing out a whopping £4,000 on her children this Christmas on gifts alone – despite only having two of them.

Laura Whyte from Aberchirder says she’s racked up the massive bill by buying 120 presents – 60 for each one of her children.

The 30-year-old from Aberdeenshire adds that she doesn’t feel guilty about splurging thousands on her children because she makes around £5,000 a month online.

The OnlyFans content creator says that before she started working with the website she couldn’t afford such lavish Christmases and is now making up for los time.

This year Laura is buying her two children, aged eight and 12, presents including a VR set, a bike – and a £600 surprise gift.

The mum-of-two said: “It feels amazing. I don’t feel as guilty about spending money now – before there was a budget but now there’s not so much.

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The most she’s splashed out on a present for her kids this year is £600, but she says she doesn’t want to give away the surprise.

However, she has revealed she’s invested in a new virtual reality set for her son, and a new bike for her daughter.

The family will also be spending up to £600 on food, nibbles and drinks for the big day – but Laura says she’s most excited to chill out and go for a Christmas walk.

Laura said: “This year we’ve obviously spent a bit more than we normally would as we’ve got the money there. Before we would have had to pick and choose what to get them, but now I can get them what they’re wanting.

“After Christmas we’ve got the holiday to look forward to, it’s like a second Christmas away. Before we didn’t really go away anywhere and now we can, so I think they’re more excited for that part.

“I’ll be getting my partner some nice things – I’ve got him a few things he doesn’t know about.

“It’s just the fact we don’t have to budget – we’re not having to start planning for next Christmas in January. When they ask for something, you know that you can get it for them. It’s just a relief it’s not as stressful anymore.

“They’ve got about 60 presents each, so it takes quite a bit of time to open them all. We’ve spent £4k already and we’ve got them four days away in January too.”

The family will be spending early January in a Scottish cabin, enjoying luxuries like a hot tub and pool table.

And Laura says they’ve spent hundreds on decorations alone over the last few years – and says she enjoys being able to buy what they want without worrying.

“The house is really decorated – we’ve spent hundreds on decorations over the last few years, it’s fully kitted out.”

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Laura previously made headlines after she accused of other women in her village of being jealous of her OnlyFans career. She says she hopes to leave Aberchirder soon, and buy a plot big enough to build a studio other content creators can rent out.

Although some women have come forward to share their stories of OnlyFans financial success, various websites have claimed that average content creator earns far less than Laura.

Last year, Yahoo Finance reported that SpendMeNot had put the average monthly earnings at around 11 Australian dollars. Today, $11 is worth £5.83.

Website Influencer Marketing Hub puts the monthly average higher, at $151 (US), which today is worth £119.21.

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