A self-styled 'sugar mama' has opened up about her relationship with her 'toy boy', who she whisks away on swanky holidays.
Julie, 44, from the US, met Zach, 29, on Bumble last year after her husband died.
And since swiping right on him, Julie has splashed out $30,000 (£21,802) on trips to Cabo, Florida and Niagra Falls for them both.
They've also got two more holidays booked, which have set Julie, who makes between £21,800 and £29,000 a month, back more than $10,000 (£7,267).
And while her followers have asked her whether she gives Zach an allowance, she says that's not the case, but she does enjoy spoiling him.
The content creator, who has two children, aged 18 and 21, said: "Although I am a cougar, and I do make $30-40,000 a month, I definitely don't give him an allowance - [but] I absolutely do spoil him.
"We travel a lot, and I pay for that. And I like to buy him gifts - that's my love language. I spoil my kids that way also."
And she has big plans for their next trip.
"[The most expensive things I have bought him are] probably the vacations we go on - we are always jetting around somewhere," she said.
"This year we've been on about 10 trips so far. We are going to Exuma Bahamas in a few weeks, and then Costa Rica right after that.
"Costa Rica will be the most expensive so far - about $10,000 (£7,250)."
Adding: "He's very sweet and nurturing. He does most of the cooking and makes me the most delicious meals.
"He pampers me too - he brushes my hair every night before bed, and rubs me until I fall asleep."
After seeing videos of the couple online, the relationship left lots of guys feeling a tad jealous of Zach.
One person wrote: "Can someone post where to go to sign up for this cause like I have a resume ready."
Another asked: "Where can I find one?"
While a third added: "Wonder how many people Google how to find a sugar mama after watching this."
Speaking on Twitter about people's reaction to their relationship, Julie said she just ignores trolls
"Most of the comments have been, 'Can you be my sugar mama to' or 'I'll fight him for that spot'," she said.
"But there's always a few super rude comments too. I'm surprised people don't see that it was a TikTok trend joke."
The mum-of-two said she was surprised to find that she got on so well with younger guys after her husband passed away.
She said: "When I eventually started dating again, I found that I had more in common with younger men - and that men my age are typically dating younger women.
But she says there are no plans for wedding bells just yet.
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