Woman spends thousands every Christmas with eight trees and luxury holidays

Most people make an effort at Christmas time –  but one couple from Texas have revealed the extent to which they go all out over the festive period. 

Courtney Ann and her husband Nick like to splash the cash over the yuletide season, with numerous Christmas trees and luxury trips worth up to $10,000 (£7,513) for their family.

The pair, who make $350,000 (£262,955) a year on OnlyFans, have two daughters aged 16 and 13 – and the family love to fill their spacious home with Christmas decorations and eight trees, including one that’s 12ft tall.

Throughout December, their 4,000sq ft property is decked out in displays – with snowmen, fairy lights and dozens of festive ornaments. 



Courtney told Jam Press: ‘We love Christmas decorations and decorating as much as possible. We like to make every inch feel like the magic of Christmas, and love to sit and take in all the decorations and lights and really feel the holiday spirit.

‘I have always loved snowmen so we always include many fun snowmen around the house and yard – that probably comes from living in Texas and rarely ever having snow, so I always longed for snow to build a snowman.

‘Ever since we have had more space in our home, we now love including more Christmas trees around the house so that we can include more themes and colours and fun extras.

‘I want people to be wowed and want to see all the little details and fun things we put up throughout the house.

‘I want my decorations to make people feel happy and even nostalgic – I want everyone to have the same warm and fuzzy feelings I get.

‘Our girls are growing up so fast, so we love seeing their faces still light up too.’



The couple also love to treat their loved ones during the festive season – spending roughly $3,000 on gifts for their circle of friends and family. But this year they don’t have a budget for presents. 

The model said: ‘We love to buy gifts for our friends and family – it’s fun to spoil the little ones as well as show our love to the adults as well.

‘We love to give to charity as well as special tips for all the awesome helpers in our life like our house cleaner, pool guy and yard guys.

‘Then, of course, we like to make our daughters feel extra special too – we work really hard to actually surprise them because they usually have the things they want and need already.

‘We don’t really look at prices, we’re more centred on just making sure they each get equally surprised.’

In terms of gifts for their daughters, the couple like to book lavish holidays – coming it at around $7-10,000 – and spend a further $1-2,000 on additional presents.

This year, the family are planning to head to Jamaica and Disney World.


However, Courtney and Nick haven’t always been able to spend so much money at Christmas.

‘We had years in the past where we struggled and worked extra hard to make things special,’ says Courtney, who explains that she used to craft decorations and would ‘scrape’ by using credit cards to buy gifts.

She adds: ‘One year we even cleared out and cleaned up Nick’s personal iPad to give to our oldest who really wanted an iPad like her friends.

‘We would go in the freezing cold for Black Friday deals and scope the buy sell trade sites for anything we could find to make it special and fun for them.

‘Our girls are so sweet and they know Christmas isn’t about gifts but we know, as kids from our own childhoods, that it’s hard to see friends getting huge blowout Christmas’ while your family struggles – so we always wanted to surprise them as much as we could.

‘Now, they are still the same sweet girls but we get to do even more fun Christmas events and spend time making fun holiday memories that we used to not be able to afford.’

Courtney adds that while their expensive festive traditions may seem excessive to some, she stresses that Christmas is the only time of year they spend money in this way.

‘We don’t spend thousands on designed shoes or clothes or other excessive items, so Christmas is our big splurge and the time where we go all out,’ she continues.

‘We get to have fun making our home a Christmas wonderland – as well as spoil our loved ones.’

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