One of Britain’s first gay dads have revealed he’s hoping to father triplets with his ex-husband and his toyboy fiancé.

Barrie Drewitt Barlow (51), made history in 1999 with Tony Drewitt Barlow. They became the first gay couple registered as parents after they had twins Saffron, Aspen, and then a son, Orlando.  

Father-of-six Barrie, separated from Tony in 2019 and got together with his new fiancé Scott Hutchinson, 25, who used to date his daughter, with the pair welcoming a daughter Valentina in October 2020. 

Both men donated their sperm to Valentina via surrogacy and don’t yet know who her biological father is. 

Now Barrie has told Closer of his plan to have triplets with both his fiancé and his ex-husband, who still lives under the same roof at the family’s 10-bedroom Florida estate, and a surrogate is lined up to be implanted with three embryos in the next few weeks.

Valentina’s biological brother, one embryo, was fertilized with Barrie or Scott’s eggs. The other two were frozen for 22 years after Barrie and Tony began the surrogacy process. 

Tony will not have any biological connection to the new babies because it is believed that the older batches were only fertilized with Barrie’s eggs. 

Barrie is determined to be the first three people of the exact same sex to be listed on their children’s birth certificates. She will also raise the children as a family. 

Barrie Drewitt-Barlow, 51, who made history in 1999 when he and his then partner Tony became Britain's first ever gay parents, has announced he now wants to have triplets with Tony, and his new toyboy Scott Hutchinson, 25, with whom he already shares daughter Valentina, one. The trio want to raise the children together in the home they share in Tampa, Florida

Barrie Drewitt Barlow (51), who made history as Britain’s first gay couple in 1999, when he and Tony became Britain’s first ever gay parents, has revealed that he wants to have three children with Tony and Scott Hutchinson, his new toyboy, 25. With whom he shares daughter Valentina (1), he also wants to have triplets. The trio wants to raise the children together in Tampa, Florida. 

They believe it will make their names appear on their children’s birth certificates, making them the first three people to have the same sex.

Explaining why you decided to have more children with your partner despite having less. 

“Even though Tony is now separated from me, Tony and I remain a family. We are the first couple of same-sex to have their names on their children’s birth certificates. Now we want to make history as “throuple” fathers. 

He stated that he loves being a dad more then anything and doesn’t see himself stopping having babies anytime soon. 

The trio has already found a surrogate who will be implanted along with the embryos in the coming weeks. 

Tony, 56, is also dating a new partner, but wants to raise the triplets together with Barrie and Scott, with whom he lives

Tony, 56 years old, is also in a relationship with a new partner. However, he wants to raise the triplets along with Scott and Barrie. 

Barrie and Tony made history when they welcomed twins Saffron and Aspen in 1999, pictured. Their name both appear as 'father' on the twins' birth certificate

Barrie and Tony made history in 1999 when they welcomed twins Saffron (pictured) Both their names appear on the birth certificates of the twins as ‘father’.

One of the embryos was a biological sibling to Valentina. He or she donated his sperm and he fertlised it with their sperm when she was conceived by IVF in March 2020. 

The two other embryos have been frozen for 2022 and are biological siblings to Tony and Barries first IVF twins Saffron, and Aspen.  

Barrie, a father of six, had more children after the births of his eldest child in 1999. 

They welcomed Orlando, who is now 17, and Jasper, and Dallas, ten years, respectively, in 2004. 

After 32 years of marriage, the couple split and Barrie began dating Scott. Scott is the ex-partner for his 21-year-old daughter Saffron. 

They welcomed their daughter Valentina, one year old, together in October 2020.  Barrie said that triplet would be the “perfect gift” for her.

Barrie's fiancé Scott once dated his daughter Saffron, 21, pictured, but now the gay couple want to have more children

Barrie’s fiancé Scott once dated his daughter Saffron, 21, pictured, but now the gay couple want to have more children 

Barrie and Scott are both parents to Valentina,one, pictured, who was born in October 2020. In total, Barrie has six children, five of which he shares with his ex-husband Tony

Scott and Barrie are both parents of Valentina, one, who was born in October 2020. Barrie has six children. Five of these he shares with Tony.

He said that the child doesn’t want for anything, thanks to her billionaire father, Tony, who made his fortune through his research company and property investments.  

‘She already has a wardrobe of designer clothes, £30,000 Tiffany diamond ring and we have invested in a £600,000 flat for her future.

He said that Scott and Valentina wanted to have siblings who were close to her age.   

Generous dad Barrie He revealed in June that his six children have an unlimited allowance for spending and that he spoils them to make up for the lack of a mother in their lives.

The Manchester-born businessman, 51, told how he gifted daughter Saffron, 21, a £500,000 diamond and ruby ring once owned by Wallis Simpson when she was a baby. 

Scott, Barrie and Tony plan on raising the triplets as a trio in Tampa, in the 10-bedroom-mansion they share

Scott, Barrie, Tony and their 10-bedroom-mansion share will raise the triplets together in Tampa.

Barrie began dating Scott in 2019 after separating from Tony. The pair are now engaged and share a daughter together, pictured

After Tony’s divorce, Barrie began dating Scott in 2019. They are now engaged and have a daughter together. 

Barrie, who now lives in a £6million, ten-bedroom mansion in Tampa, Florida with all the family, insisted his generosity doesn’t make his children ungrateful, and argued that parents who claim buying their children anything they ask for makes them spoilt brats are ‘using it as an excuse not to treat them’.

He told Fabulous Digital that nothing makes him happier than watching his children’s faces light up when he buys them the latest design gear or new wheels.

“None of my children has an allowance, what’s it worth?” Instead, Aspen and Saffron have unlimited Black Amex cards. They can spend what they like and I will pick up the bill at the end.