A UK mum who came under fire last year for buying her children close to 300 Christmas presents, is stirring up more controversy.
Mum-of-three Emma Tapping spent close to $3,000 on her children’s Christmas presents last year and was branded ‘abusive’ in the process, after a photo of the massive haul went viral.
Now, the 36-year-old is at is again, but this time she’ll be followed by a TV crew filming Channel 5 documentary ‘Xmas Excess: Parents Splash The Cash.’
She’s promised this year the presents will be even more extravagant, with each child receiving ten extra gifts this year.
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“What I love about Christmas is the magic of it, and it’s family time for me, it’s about being with my loved ones and I love seeing their faces when I give them gifts.
“I do go overboard at Christmas, definitely. It’s loads of pressies, loads of food, stuffing your face and just relaxing, having a good old day.
“I think they had about 85 presents each last year. This year they’ve got about 96 each, so they’ve got a few more bits” she continued.
On average, parents will buy their children around 14 gifts – Emma’s children are expected to receive 96! While the mum-of-three- admits her children are spoilt at Christmas time, she says they don’t splash out on holidays and are pretty normal kids throughout the year.