Having children is the dream of every couple and to build a happy family, is what every couple seeks after their marriage whether in the short-term or on the long-term, according to their desire.
Together they plan to have a specific number of children, but a Russian woman and her millionaire husband have gone beyond all of that by announcing their plans to have up to 105 children, most of them Biologists, having welcomed 10 babies–through surrogate mothers–in just 10 months.
According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail,” 23-year-old Christina Ozturk, who is from Moscow, met her rich husband, Galip Ozturk, 56, while on vacation in the coastal city of Batumi, Georgia, and gave birth to her daughter Vika, who was seventeen years old. Because of their love for children, they chose to use surrogate mothers because they wanted to have as many children as possible quickly.
Their first child, Mustafa, was born from a surrogate mother on March 10, 2020, while the tenth child, Olivia, was born on January 16, 2021, and this comes after the couple discussed having more than 100 children.
Christina follows a strict routine to take care of the children, including sleeping daily from 8 pm until 6 am every day, and she said that the family nannies record all the details of the children in a set of diaries.
Although her husband is older than her and has children from another wife, she did not object to that because she preferred to have a large family. Rather, the spouses agreed that they wanted the largest number of children possible.
Christina said that she and her husband were originally preparing to have a baby every year, but soon realized that their ability to conceive would not be sufficient to meet their demands, so they decided to use surrogate mothers, at a cost of about $9707 per pregnancy.
The state of Georgia has permitted surrogacy since 1997 as long as the couple are heterosexual, the child that is automatically born goes to the people who provided the genetic material for the pregnancy, and the surrogate has no rights.