Woman Says She Will Receive Around £10,000 From Her Married Lovers This Valentine's Day
A model with a string of rich married lovers has revealed she will scoop thousands of pounds over Valentine's Day, due to the fellas feeling 'guilty' about spending the romantic day with their wives.
Hayley Leeanna, 37, says she's often spoilt on 14 February, with her loaded lovers sending her jewellery, watches, and splashing out on expensive holidays.
Over the years, mistress Hayley has received a gold necklace worth £3,000, a £560 Gucci watch, and numerous trips to exotic locations - she reckons she'll probably pick up gifts worth around £10,000 for Valentine's Day.
Hayley said: "Valentine's is a great time to be a mistress because you can make a fortune with the gorgeous gifts.
"I get the very best jewellery, watches and always ensure that I get a bit of winter sun in the run-up to February with a free break with one of my wealthy lovers.
"Married men are always a little more generous at this time of year because they feel guilty about abandoning their mistresses on Valentine's when they know they will have to be with their wives.
"I don't mind at all because the last thing I want them to do is break up with their wives. I like being a bit on the side - you are treated much better that way and the gifts are more expensive."
Hayley, from Peterborough, says she meets her married men using the dating site IllicitEncounters.com - the company says 'cheats spend 50 percent more on gifts for their lovers than they do for their wives', which might explain the haul Hayley is gifted each year.
Hayley added: "Valentine's is my favourite time of year - it's when I replenish my jewellery drawer, get a new designer watch and get away to the sun when it is wet and cold.
"I have been seeing the investor who bought the gold chain on and off for the last three years. He is in New York a lot for business which is where he bought the gorgeous gold chain. I see him once a month in London. We meet for dinner and then normally go to a hotel for sex.
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"We have a nice tradition of him spoiling me at Valentine's - I always get a beautifully wrapped little box at the start of our date. It is always jewellery. His wife lives in the Home Counties and he stays in London hotels a lot because he works long hours. It provides a perfect cover for his affairs.
"The musical note pendant is from a stockbroker lover who has a largely sex-less marriage with his wife. She lost interest years ago and turns a blind eye to his affairs. I know I am not his only lover and I'm cool with that. It's not as if I am exclusive with him.
"The Thai break was to Phuket with a businessman who has made a lot of money investing in wellness retreats right across the Far East.
"He spends most of the winter travelling out to his various retreats to check they are well run and normally bring a lover along with him for the ride.
''He is separated from his wife but still uses IllicitEncounters because he says that the woman are low maintenance and that suits his circumstances. He is one of the wealthiest men on the site and is worth several millions.
"He likes to make love on the beach with the waves lapping on our toes. It's a lovely thing to do at night after a romantic meal. We always fly first class so the breaks must cost him an absolute fortune.
"I also see a businessman every few months who loves watches. He always has a huge new timepiece on his wrist and loves to pick his favourite female watches for me.
"Last year, I got a very bling D&G watch which I adore and this year he gave me a more elegant gold one from Gucci which is pretty special."
Hayley says all her lovers were cheating on their wives before meeting her and insists that she doesn't want to break up any marriages.
"I would hate the idea that I was breaking up anyone's marriage but that is definitely not the case," she said.
"Most of the guys have an understanding with their wives. A lot of women cheat on the site too after doing a deal with their husbands. It is usually to do with mismatched sex drives."
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