A Saudi woman millionaire called a TV anchor expressing her wish to marry and have a child, as per a post shared on Saudi News 50 twitter account.
The Thursday post which created a buzz was shared on twitter with the hashtag #millionaire_looking_for_husband in Arabic.
The woman called Hessa said in her phone call that her father was a stingy man who died before giving her hand in marriage and that she inherited millions.
She added that she was focusing on work and her father used to tell her that men will be after her money.
Hessa’s only wish is to be able to become a mother and hold her child even if the man is already married, as long as he is fair to all his wives.
She said that she doesn’t wish to be unfair to a young man as she can only have one child because she is in her forties.
When the TV anchor asked her if this is in return for a lot of money, she replied that she doesn’t want someone who would do this for the money. She repeated that she only needs to be a mother.
Hessa added that her only condition is that the other wives would be approving.
The anchor asked the Saudi millionaire if she is offering accommodation and a car to which she answered “Please don’t embarrass me sheikh.”
Some women tweeted jokingly to the seemingly serious request offering to share their husbands. Others said she could give the man money after she has a child.
Another defended her saying the woman wants a family and she is not buying a husband.
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