The Fame Daddy clinic which is based in London offers women choose for their babies fathers from the fields of sport, entertainment and business.
According to Inquisitr, the alleged celebrity donors have already signed contracts which include a guarantee of anonymity as well as a legal waiver of their rights to access to the child. All the future mothers will know is just the area of achievement and personal attributes of a donor.
The site claims it has around 40 high donors which range from a rock star, a genius, an F1 racing driver and a former footballer, and that the fee for the insemination service starts at a measly £15,000.
Chief Executive Office for Fame Daddy, Dan Richards said, “Our vision is to help women give their children the very best chance in life. To be able to harvest potential from the global gene pool, rather than from the more limited selection of the men she comes into direct contact with, is a major evolutionary leap for women.”
“We will offer a range of top quality celebrity surrogate fathers whose contributions are exclusively available at our fertility clinic. Whether it is talent on the stage or pitch, having a world beating voice, or just being very beautiful, Fame Daddy will have the perfect celebrity surrogate daddy.”
Statistics shows that demand for sperm donors is constantly rising, particularly among 18‐24 year old women in the Great Britain.
Fame Daddy says it conducted a special YouGov poll in October 2012, which says that nearly a third (31%) of 18 – 24 year old women said they would consider sperm donation and over a quarter (27%) of 25 – 34 year old women ‘ have not previously considered but would consider sperm donation if needed in the future’.
The poll was commissioned in the Midlands, whose cities include Birmingham, Derby and Newcastle, are the most likely to have or to consider sperm donation.
YouGov also asked respondents which celebrity future moms would like to choose to be a father for the babies. Hollywood actor Ryan Gosling has become the most anticipated donor amongst 18 – 24 year olds; with other age groups citing David Beckham (34%) as their ultimate sperm donor; whilst 20% chose Prince William.
Regional sperm heroes were also found out. Thus, David Beckham was chosen by woman in the North, South and Midlands, (44%), (29%) and (39%) whereas in London, women gave their vote to US President Barack Obama (39%).
Richards promised: “We currently have about 40 people on our register of interested donors. Of course, until we have premises we cannot store sperm and therefore we as of yet have no actual samples. I am confident most of these will donate once we are operational.”
He went on, adding that “like all licensed clinics”, information about the donors will be stored in a confidential registry “that can be accessed by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), who also manage our file architecture and data management systems”.
The Telegraph reports that the new sperm service believes it will complete the four-month application process for HFEA approval by next February.