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Sugar baby Simone Toon claims to be a professional 'lady of leisure' - and refuses to give it up.
The 25-year-old, originally from Northamptonshire, is invited to glamorous parties, given thousands of pounds to splash on designer bags and shoes and is whisked away on exotic holidays by older, wealthy men.
Simone's lavish lifestyle - which she estimates costs £4,000 a month - is funded by sugar daddies, aged up to 62, who pay for her serviced London apartments, gym membership, holidays, designer clothes – and even her two boob jobs.
Lady of leisure: Simone Toon, from Northamptonshire, refuses to date unsuccessful men
Jet set: Simone, 25, seen on the beach in Dubai, wakes up at noon to work out for two hours
She said: 'A sugar baby is somebody who lives a nice lifestyle, living in luxury. You can live in a nice apartment, funded by your sugar daddy. You are just taken care of by an older man.
'I could never ever imagine being with someone who wouldn't treat me and wouldn't pay for my lifestyle. I tried and it just didn't work.
'My lifestyle on average probably costs about £4,000 a month - just to maintain everything.'
'I wouldn't date somebody who isn't rich – I don't find it appealing to date an unsuccessful guy.'
Luxury lifestyle: Simone, 25, once dated a 62-year-old, but admits the age gap was too big
Simone rarely gets up before midday, jets all over the world and never cooks a meal for herself, eating out at Knightsbridge and Mayfair's top restaurants instead.
Simone, who admits her older men look after her 'like a daughter', said: 'I wake up around midday - I don't like mornings! I go to the gym, work out for about two to three hours, maybe go and have a sunbed or get my nails done. My best friend and I have lunch around 4 or 5pm.
'And then in the evening I get dressed up and go out to a nice place. 'I go to Harvey Nichols and Harrods usually once a day.
'And I probably buy something every couple of days. Once every week I buy a new handbag.'
'It works for me': Simone says she doesn't care what 'negative' people say about her lifestyle
Travelling in style: Simone says there were 'no opportunities' at home in Northamptonshire
From a brand new Rolex to Chanel handbags and even a car, Simone has received extravagant gifts from her benefactors.
She said: 'The most lavish gift I'm given is probably a car. That was really nice. It was a brand new Range Evoque, worth £25,000, which was perfect for me.
'I went to Dubai last week, for five days with my current sugar daddy. It was amazing.
'He just said "here's £8,000, go shop, go enjoy yourself". Although she enjoyed a comfortable and stable family life growing up, Simone's jet setter status is a far cry from her suburban upbringing in Northamptonshire.
She said: 'Back in my hometown, there was nothing there really - no opportunities. So for someone to come into my life and say, look, there's a flat, I'm gonna give you this, this and this…'
Simone claims she has friends who refuse to give up the sugar baby lifestyle, despite qualifying as a doctor and a lawyer respectively
Far from wanting their daughter to get a regular job, Simone says her parents support her way of life and have even become friends with a previous sugar daddy Simone dated.
She said: 'My family were really supportive, they were really like if this is what you want, then fine, go ahead.'
Simone also has friends who are sugar babies. 'I have two friends of mine who've qualified as a doctor and lawyer thanks to their sugar daddies – and they still are sugar babies.'
Aged 18 Simone signed up to a modelling agency and worked as a model for two years. Not even aware what a sugar baby was until she inadvertently became one age 20, Simone was attracted to the sugar daddies' charisma and high status - as well as their wealth.
Simone's lavish lifestyle - which she estimates costs £4,000 a month - is funded by sugar daddies, aged up to 62
Simone said: 'People assume being a sugar baby is just going out with some fat old man - having sex with him when he wants to, doing what he says and it's not, it's nothing like that. It really is a genuine relationship'
Since then, the pampered beauty has also used the website seekingarrangement.com to connect with potential sugar daddies.
She said: 'I was introduced to an older guy, who was very successful and it happened naturally. I found him really attractive and I liked where he lived, I liked the lifestyle and that's how I became a sugar baby.'
And Simone is open about her sex life with her sugar daddies.
She said: 'People assume being a sugar baby is just going out with some fat old man - having sex with him when he wants to, doing what he says and it's not, it's nothing like that. It really is a genuine relationship.
Simone said: 'They look at you like, a daughter or something. I know I might sound quite sick, but what I mean by that is they take care of you'
'An escort is seeing people every hour. I'm not. I'm seeing the same person exclusively.'
Simone has been in six long-term relationships with sugar daddies - and even dated a 62-year-old, though admitted the 38-year age gap was too big. She said: 'I normally like someone who is 15 years older than me – age 40-45 - it's a nice age gap, they know how to take care of you better.
'They look at you like, a daughter or something. I know I might sound quite sick, but what I mean by that is they take care of you.'
On meeting prospective future sugar daddies, Simone has a strict no sex on the first date policy.
Simone said: 'If I'm going to date this person, I'll go to dinner with them six to seven times and then after that I'll stay with him. I don't want it to become a payment. 'You fall in love, you are heartbroken. Just because they are older and richer, it doesn't necessarily mean you can't get hurt.'
Simone in particular recalls the end of her first sugar daddy relationship three years ago. She said: 'I think it took me a little while to overcome the fact I'm on my own now, I have to depend on myself I have to find a job, I have to kind of pay rent and stuff, that was the difficult part.
'I have been in situations where I'm not happy with the person I am with and I haven't broken it off just because of the financial situation.'
In spite of criticism about her unorthodox source of income, Simone is happy with her lifestyle.
She said: 'People out there judge. Sometimes it's quite negative. People say 'how can you rely on a guy to fund a lifestyle?' but at the same time, I don't really mind. I don't care what they say. It works for me so, that's it.'