Couple With 37-Year Age Gap Are Going To Spend £120,000 To Have Dream Baby Together
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A couple with more than 35 years between them are planning on having a baby via surrogate.
Well-known TikTok faces Quran McCain, 24, and Cheryl McGregor, 61, tied the knot on 3 September, 2021.
Quran has documented the pair's relationship on the social media platform in a bid to press back against the hate they sometimes receive.
In the latest update to the couple's journey, Quran and Cheryl have said they're willing to splash out £120,000 ($144,453) on a surrogate so they can welcome a baby by 2023.
The pair decided to have a child together last month and are prepared to have one no matter how high the cost.
Quran told NeedToKnow.online: "Surrogates cost anywhere between £6,000-£120,000; we are lucky we have found the surrogate we have chosen.
"The baby will arrive late spring 2023."
While the baby will be Quran's first child, it will Cheryl's seventh. Cheryl is also a grandmother to 17.
"This is not Cheryl’s first rodeo," Quran noted.
The soon-to-be father reflected: "I am extremely excited, this is something I always wanted, to have a family with the love of my life."
Cheryl added: "Another baby would be amazing for me and my family on this new journey. I have already planned on shopping for the baby and I’m hoping that we can throw a baby shower."
The pair have been vocal on their TikTok channel about their desire to start a family together.
Replying to one user, they said: "We are more than ready to have this baby."
They've also posted a video of Quran rubbing Cheryl's stomach.
"Them flash backs hit different," the caption reads.
Despite the criticism they've faced for their large age gap, the pair have continued to use their TikTok, as well as OnlyFans, to challenge many 'misconception[s]'.
Quran has argued: "Even though it is an age gap we never think of it because Cheryl has a very young spirit, soul and heart."
In a recent post, he stated he will 'always love' Cheryl 'unconditionally'.
He concluded: "We get a mixture of positive and negative feedback. The worst is that I'm using her for money. Hate all you want, we still are going to live a normal life.
"[...] At the end of day everyone's gonna judge you for something so you might as well do what you feel is right and never let someone take your peace."
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Topics: TikTok, Social Media, Parenting