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After all, as Barrie told the Mail this week, 'it's a site used by many of our friends as a way to share information'.
Mancunians Barrie and Tony made their first £4million fortune by selling an Essex-based dermatological testing firm in 1998.They're the millionaire gay dads who paid to create three children.So how could they put pictures of the youngsters on a gay dating website next to their own seedy adverts for casual sex with other men?'Tony and I are living in Essex now and, unlike the centre of London or Manchester, there are not many gays in the village,' he said.In fact, the pair and their children live on an exclusive private road in Chelmsford, a large town beloved of the fake bake set, with its own thriving gay scene.Despite their wealth, they were turned down as adoptive parents, so decided to raise a family by a different method. It took their sperm, the eggs of one American woman, the wombs of two more, some of the finest IVF surgeons in the world and around £200,000, but they did it.
To create the twins, two eggs from donor Tracey Mc Clune, 40, were inseminated - one with Barrie's sperm; one with Tony's.
Three years later, it was used to impregnate a second surrogate mother, Donna Cellarase, who gave birth to Orlando, now aged three.
It means their sons are genetic twins despite being born four years apart.
Little was left to chance — even the sex of the twins was selected, with Barrie fathering Saffron, and Tony, Aspen.
In 1999 the pair made legal history when they became the first same-sex British couple to register as joint parents on a birth certificate in the United States.
But while they forged their remarkable family, the couple became increasingly rootless as they drifted from country to country like exquisitely dressed nomads.