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A woman has offered to donate her eggs so her ex-boyfriend and her dad can have another baby.
The couple, who live in Florida now, had their first baby, Valentina, together in September - but Scott actually dated Barrie's daughter Saffron, 21, first.
Saffron is Barrie's daughter from his previous relationship with Tony, and she dated bisexual Scott for a few months before he fell for her dad.
Speaking to Closer Magazine, Saffron said: "I love Valentina, and I want to donate my eggs to help Daddy and Scott have more children.
"I don't think Daddy likes the idea too much, as he'd be the biological grandparent of the child and Scott would be the biological dad, but I really want to help.
"I've already frozen my eggs for them, so Daddy and Scott just have to say the word."
She added: "We had fun, and Scott's a beautiful guy, all my friends fancied him, but we were better off as friends."
Back in March, the couple announced they were expecting their first child together, saying they were using a surrogate who had fallen pregnant on their first attempt.
But while they had said their child was due in October, an Instagram post on Barrie's profile - where he has more than 40,000 followers - announced that baby Valentina Willow Drewitt-Barlow had been born 'almost a month early'.
Barrie wrote: "Welcome to the world our beautiful daughter - Valentina Willow Drewitt-Barlow.
"Our girl is almost a month early but she is perfect.
"We feel totally blessed. I love you Scott."
Barrie and his former husband Tony Drewitt-Barlow first hit headlines in 1999 after they became one of the first the first gay couples in the UK to father twins born through surrogacy.
But after 32 years of marriage, the two split, and Barrie began dating Scott - who his daughter Saffron briefly dated - and in August they got engaged while on holiday.
Speaking to The Sun about the pregnancy earlier this year, Barrie originally said they were expecting triplets.
He said: "I am overjoyed to share the news that Scott and I are pregnant with triplet girls.
"We are using a surrogate and she's fallen pregnant at the first attempt. Our family has too many boys and too much testosterone!"
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@donbarrie
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