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Mom charges family $200 per person for Christmas dinner

Callum Jones

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Mom charges family $200 per person for Christmas dinner

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/officialcarlabellucci/GMVozd/Getty Images

It's officially December! As many open their advent calendars today, the countdown to the big day officially begins.

Those who are planning on having Christmas dinner with this particular mom on 25 December though will need to fork out a lot of money.

Carla Bellucci previously made the headlines as she admitted to 'milking the system' to get a free noise job on the National Health Service after faking depression.

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Labelled as 'Britain's most hated woman', Bellucci even had to move house because of all the hate she was getting.

Like many millions, Bellucci loves the festive season and plans to celebrate it well with her nearest and dearest.

Belluci is on cooking duties this year, providing Christmas lunch to 15 people.

She expects to have up to nine relatives round for the big day, on top of the six people in her immediate family.

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Carla Bellucci is charging her own family members $200 for Christmas dinner. Credit: Instagram/officialcarlabellucci
Carla Bellucci is charging her own family members $200 for Christmas dinner. Credit: Instagram/officialcarlabellucci

With the cost of living crisis continuing to hit hard, Bellucci is planning to charge $200 a head for the Christmas dinner.

That price includes a full turkey dinner, as well as one glass of champagne.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Belluci says: "It's not cheap feeding people and it also takes a lot of time to put together a nice meal.

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"I'll give them a glass of Champagne, but if they want any more booze, they can bring their own."

Belluci then revealed that charging $200 does include a profit margin.

"Everything I do is for profit and my family understand that." the mom says.

Not every family member is on board will the charge, with Belluci saying some family members will be 'disgusted' at the idea and may decided to not even attend.

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Belluci thinks some may not attend the Christmas dinner. Credit: Getty Stock Photo
Belluci thinks some may not attend the Christmas dinner. Credit: Getty Stock Photo

To that, the 42-year-old says: "If you want quality, you have to pay for it.

"You might find a carvery that's cheaper than my place, but my dinner is going to be a lot more classy than that.

"It wouldn't be any cheaper if you went to a restaurant or hotel for a Christmas Day meal, so why should I be out of pocket?

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"I'll have the telly on in the background so they can listen to the King at 3pm and watch whatever they like."

Doors will open on the Christmas luncheon around 2pm, with Belluci to 'kick them all out and send them home' at 10pm after a game of charades.

Certainly not your typical Christmas Day, but each to their own, eh?

Topics: News, UK News, Christmas, Food and Drink

Callum Jones
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