- A couple from the United Kingdom is determined to make an impression as good parents by buying their three kids designer clothes
- Alan and Kelly McKenna, despite not having savings and carpet in their households, are hell-bent on giving Reece, McKenzie and Chase anything
- The mum said they live every day as it was, and having so many bills to cater for does not give her sleepless nights
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While many families are feeling the impact of the economic recession and cutting their budget, a family in the United Kingdom is doing life as usual.
We are not good with money
Parents from Bexley, London, have no problem splurging all they have on their kids as long as they are happy.
Alan and Kelly McKenna see no harm in spending hundreds of dollars on their three kids, Reece, McKenzie and Chase.
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Their generosity has welcomed criticism as they seem oblivion of other needs in their house while their kids get whatever they want.
“People would say ‘you’ve got no carpet but your kids’ running around in Lacoste. We are not good with money, we don’t have savings, and we live every day as it is.
We could have loads of bills, and I could still go to bed and sleep. Things like that don’t worry me.” Kelly explained as cited by The Sun.
The mum of three revealed that having loads of bills did not worry her as she would still sleep peacefully.
The English mother said she started clothing her kids with designer gear immediately after they were born.
Dressed in designer clothes
She believed that clothing them in such luxurious and high-end fashion lines would make her look like a good mother.
“I had my kids young and I felt like if I dressed them in designer gear then people would think I was doing an alright job. The minute they were born they were all in designer clothes. I wanted my kids to look nice," she added.
Kelly stated that her kids wore over-the-top clothes from Armani to Burberry and Burberry quilts.
The kids once appeared in an episode of 12-Year-Shopholic in 2014 where it showed they were spoiled with quadbikes, motorbikes and coats worth R27 000 in total.
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