Couple holding hands
Couple holding hands

A swinging wife claims she shares her husband with her mum and sister ‘to keep him happy’

Madi Brooks spoke about the apparent ‘arrangement’ in a video on TikTok where she attracts more than 92,000 followers.

The Daily Star reports how the social media star, her mum and husband from the US, say they are all in an open relationship.

In the social media clip, she says: “Me and my mum are both swingers and it’s great.

“You know why? Whenever I’m not in the mood, I can just let my husband have her.

“Yeah I’m that kind of wife. I let my husband have her a couple of times a week.”

The video has notched-up 13,100 comments and 311,900 likes.

Mum, daughter and sister all share same husband to 'keep him happy'

But Madi says she doesn’t just share her husband with her mum and also claims her sister sometimes “plays” with her partner.

She adds: “You wanna know how I keep my man happy? I let him play with my little sister.”

The videos left many TikTok users baffled and one person asked: “How did that conversation ever initiate?”

Another user of the social media site said: “That’s enough TikTok for one year, I’m out.”

And a third poster commented: “I don’t know how anybody could share but it’s your life.”

An open-relationship is an intimate relationship that is sexually non-monogamous meaning other people can get involved.

In recent years, multi-partner relationships are on the rise and finding their way into the mainstream.

This type of relationship has boomed in the UK over the last ten years with a 50% rise in the last decade.

The Daily Star says this works out 1.5million Brits wife swapping and enjoying threesomes and group sex.

A couple in a similar open relationship has told how they wanted to open a “church” to teach others about the practice.

Arthur and Luana Kazaki shared the news of their endeavour alongside reasons for wanting more people to take part in open relationships.

In July the Daily Mirror told of a four-day swingers’ festival in the UK.

Swingathon kicked off in fields near Grantham, Lincolnshire, despite organisers claiming it had been cancelled.