Mum-of-11, 23, wants 100 more kids using surrogates costing £80k

A mum with 11 children has no plans of stopping as she claims she wants at least 100 kids.

Christina Ozturk, 23, is raising 11 of her own biological children and hopes to have dozens more using surrogate mothers.

The Russian loves family life with businessman husband Galip Ozturk, 56, that they're willing to spend £800,000 on having 100 babies.

She said: "At the moment, I have 10 children with the latest addition, Olivia, who arrived at the end of last month.

"I gave birth to my eldest daughter Vika myself six years ago.

"The rest of the children are genetically ours from my husband and I, but were carried by surrogates."

The millionaire couple already told their social media that they've discussed having 105 children one day.

She added: "I don't know how many they will eventually be, but we certainly don't plan to stop at 10.

"We just not ready to talk about the final number. Everything has its time."

If we're looking at mathematics, the mum would have to have 12 kids each year for the next seven years to reach her goal by 30.

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The family live in the coastal town of Batumi in Georgia where it is legal to use surrogate mothers in pregnancy.

Each of which would cost around 8,000 euros for the couple.

Christina, who was born in Moscow, was a single mum-of-one when she met now-husband Galip, from Turkey.

After 10 babies were born by a surrogate, now they've got the process down to a fine art.

Counselling and paperwork are essential for the surrogates, who carry the biological children of Christina and Galip.

She explained: "We are not personally acquainted with surrogate mothers and do not have direct contacts with them in order to avoid problems after pregnancy."

But the mum does like to have control over what they eat – coming up with diet and nutrition plans for the pregnant surrogates.

The couple are living out their dream of creating the world's largest family.

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