Men pay me £23k to be their surrogate wife – I do things average woman avoids

A model charges thousands to be a "surrogate wife" to perform tasks "like no other woman".

Babi Palomas earns a fortune from married men who pay around £23,605 ($30,000) for the unique service.

The 21-year-old, from Brazil, has become a social media star with over 110,000 followers on Instagram.

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She has plenty of male admirers thanks to her new service of acting as a "surrogate wife".

Her tasks range from watching a football match on TV without complaining to sitting through movies together.

The bombshell even has lads opening up to her and discussing their personal lives.

She said: "I do tasks that average wives often prefer to avoid like watching football without complaining.

"With one client, I made dinner while accompanied on a call and we watched movies together.

"We then watched football match, among other little things.

"They [these men] open up to me and tell me about their lives.

"In these conversations, I realised that many of the men who are married and have families feel lonely.

"In fact, they miss having someone they can share these 'masculine' activities with them, or even miss being pleased."

She also says men adore her independence, like the fact she can even change a car tyre.

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The singleton loves playing the role but hopes to have a partner and family of her own one day.

She continued: "Actually I dream of getting married on day, you know? I want to have my family.

"But while I don't have one, I train with my fans. I don't go to their house, my work is only online.

"I make 12-hour or 24-hour packages and talk to my client until I arrive at a good price for both of us."

The model recently revealed her old primary school teacher buys her sexy snaps, but it doesn't bother her.

She initially started using the Close Friends feature on Instagram before creating an OnlyFans around two years ago.

The Brazilian bombshell soon migrated to the platform, realising it would be easier to manage her content there.

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