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24-Year-Old Mom Has 22 Children And Wants At Least 100

A woman at the age of 24 has helped give life to 22 children and she wants even more.

Kristina Ozturk, born in Russia, had her first child at the age of 17, and in the following two years she became the mother of 21 more, according to Daily Mail.

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After meeting her millionaire husband, Galip, who is 57 years old, on a holiday in Georgia, which was the first time she went abroad, the two of them quickly planned to have a big family.

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They now live in Batumi and have 16 nannies who help them raise their children.

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Kristina, now 24, explains that the two of them paid around £138,000 to surrogates to deliver her babies, which have all been born in less than two years.

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In an interview with Fabulous, Kristina said:

“I’ve dreamed about this since childhood. My husband also dreamed about having a big, happy family.

“So after we met, we started to put our dream into action.

“Our romantic relationship has changed but then our whole lives have changed, not just the romantic part. I’m not sure if we will be the biggest family in the world, but we are planning to be the happiest family in the world for sure.”

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She says she has no regrets at all and she is very excited and looking forward to see how many more children she could bring to the family.

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And one thing is for sure, this certainly doesn’t come for free…

Kristina went on to say:

“It costs about £3,500 to £4,200 per week for essentials for all the kids. Sometimes [the costs are] a little more, sometimes a bit less.”

The nannies who live with them are normally paid around £350 per week.

She continued:

“For now we have three floors at home. In the future, maybe we will build more floors, maybe we will buy a bigger house.

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“We don’t have an exact plan, because right now we have enough space for everybody.”

At first, the pair was planning to have 1 child per year but later they figured out that the plan might not be achievable so they decided to go the surrogate way.

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And realizing how much easier this would be, they decided in the end to see how many children they could actually fit in over their lifetime.

Kristina stated:

“The clinic in Batumi chooses surrogate mothers for us and takes full responsibility for the process.

“We are not personally acquainted with surrogate mothers and do not have direct contacts with them in order to avoid problems after pregnancy.”

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According to her Instagram profile, she wants to have more than 100 children during her life …

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