An American serial sperm donor who has fathered nearly 50 children says a couple have had his first child in the UK - making him a biological dad-of-48 and insists he 'won't stop' until he 'isn't needed anymore'.
Kyle Gordy, 31, from Los Angeles, California, has donated his sperm to over 150 families around the world and has just fathered his first British child who was born in Croydon, England, last month.
Kyle donated to the couple in October 2021 as part of his first ‘European Tour’ - where he visited England, Scotland and Sweden to meet some of the children he has fathered - and on Monday 27th June, the pair delivered a little boy weighing just over 6lbs.
Kyle insists he'll keep going until his help is 'no longer needed' and says he donates his sperm to 'help single women and couples have children without having to go through a sperm bank and pay excessive fees'.
He plans to meet the latest addition to his biological brood as soon as he can and says he 'couldn't be happier' making couples' dreams of having a family come true.
Kyle, an accountant, said: “It feels good having a child in the UK - it will be interesting to one day hear the voice of my child with a British accent.
“I also was very happy to help as they’re a good couple.
“It feels great to be a biological dad-of-48 and to have helped so many women fulfil their dreams of being mothers and see the children grow up.
“I’ve met nine of my children and I would definitely like to meet them all if that’s what the mothers would like.”
Kyle plans to keep donating for as long as 'women still need his services' and revealed he would have children of his own someday if the right woman came along.
He said: “Though some people have asked me before, it wouldn’t worry me that my future children would have so many biological siblings.
“I connect with all the mums and stay in contact so I don’t think it would be a problem."
Kyle initially decided he would not have children of his own as dating and relationships were not working out for him and first donated his sperm in February 2014 to a lesbian couple in California, US, who wanted to conceive.
He said: “I never had kids of my own, so I initially thought this was my way of helping out.”
Since then, he has become a prolific sperm donor as word about his services spread through word of mouth, on his Instagram account and TikTok, and he has since even provided sperm to 150 families around the world.