AS Britain's first gay dads, Tony and Barrie Drewitt-Barlow are used to spoiling their family rotten.
But this Christmas, Barrie, 52, who has seven children via surrogacy, is having an extraordinary £4million blowout.
It includes splashing more than a million quid on his and fiance Scott Hutchinson's four-month-old-baby Romeo, who'll be treated to a £475,000 Rolls Royce Cullinan to take him to nursery.
He'll also get a £50,000 bracelet, a wardrobe of designer clothes and a £600,000 home in Manchester, where Barrie is originally from.
The millionaire split from husband Tony in 2019, but they still share a home in Florida, along with Scott, 27, and Tony's partner Brent, so they can co-parent their family.
Barrie is spending £120,000 on his and Scott's two-year-old daughter Valentina, including having her own personal playground built for her in the grounds of their home.
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But perhaps their most extraordinary gift is that they also plan to give up to £450,000 to enable three complete strangers to have a surrogate baby of their own – and they are inviting people to get in touch to apply for their generous opportunity.
In an exclusive interview Barrie, who is worth an estimated £175million from investments and health companies, tells The Sun: “We have spent months planning the ultimate Christmas as it's Romeo’s first, and he is the last baby I plan to have.
“We will have a massive traditional Christmas day dinner, prepared by a team of chefs. Afterwards, we will walk on the beach with the dogs and spend the day playing board games.
“This year there's going to be no expense spared as this is the last time we'll have a new baby at Christmas in our home.”
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