- Barrie Drewitt-Barlow and his former partner Tony were among the first gay men to be registered as parents in Britain in 1999
- Twenty one years later, the father of three announced that he and his 25-year-old lover welcomed their first child together
- His partner Scott Hutchison used to date Barrie's older daughter before calling it quits and moving on to the 50-year-old dad
A 50-year-old gay man has become a father for the third time after welcoming a child with his daughter’s former lover.
Barrie Drewitt-Barlow, who was among the first gay men in Britain to be registered as a dad, announced the birth of his third child through an Instagram post.
This was just months after announcing that he and his eldest child’s ex-lover Scott Hutchison were expecting their first child together.
Barrie and his 25-year-old boo were meant to welcome their child in October but the early bird decided to make her debut a month before her due date.
The 50-year-old dad of three said he felt blessed and even shared a clip of his angel on Instagram for the world to see.
In just under four hours, his post garnered more than 500 likes with most of his fans gushing over his little lady Valentina’s cuteness.
Barrie and his assistant Scott used a surrogate whose identity was kept under wraps.
“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,” he wrote.
In other news, a lesbian professor went viral on social media after urging teachers to stop using the tags moms and dads when addressing kids.
The professor identified as Sirry Alang, from Pennsylvania express her concerns on Twitter stating that some families are formed differently. According to Alang, not all people have a mother and a dad and for some kids, they totally have none.
"Lecturers, your class convos are broadcasted in all people’s homes. The number of situations the teacher has talked about “your mother and pa” to my baby’s class is infuriating," she tweeted.
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