Interview with ‘thruple’ divides the audience

On Lorraine, viewers today slammed an “excruciating” interview with members of a same-sex relationship with a difference.

Californian ‘throwup’ Ian, Alan and Jeremy are raising two young children and recently won a landmark lawsuit in the United States with all three names on the children’s birth certificates.

However, some viewers thought the interview was difficult to watch.

Lorraine welcomed the three fathers to the show. Tomorrow (Image credit: ITV)

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The ‘Throwuple’ raise their two children, Piper and Parker, and explain to Lorraine what it was like.

Ian and Alan had been together for nine years before welcoming Jeremy into the relationship.

And when they decided to have children, they donated semen, found an egg donor, and met a surrogate mother to give birth.

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Lorraine then asked the ‘throwup’ how the relationship dynamics work.

Jeremy replied, “Imagine you are with your one partner and you have a difference of opinion.

“But in our relationship we have a built-in therapist, so there is someone who loves both parties and can say, ‘Hey, you don’t think about it clearly’.”

How did the audience react to the ‘thruple’ interview?

But although the boys answered the questions with a smile on their faces and in a good mood, some viewers criticized the presenter Lorraine.

One wrote on Twitter: “It’s worth researching #lorraine before interviewing the three fathers, questions wrong.

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Alan, Ian and Jeremy on Lorraine (Image: ITV)

“Looks terrible, especially since they don’t understand your accent.”

Another feared for the children themselves: “These children will grow up with some spotlight, constant unpleasant questions.”

One added: “@reallorraine Most uncooperative interview ever with these three fathers # Lorraine. “

However, some viewers applauded Alan, Ian, and Jeremy for their arrangement and slammed those who didn’t like it.

“If the children are well looked after, that is not a problem.

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“Prejudiced people are never satisfied no matter what you do. # Lorraine. “

Another tweeted: “Well done @reallorraine for the empathetic, supportive and non-judgmental manner in which you interviewed the three boys in a threesome this morning. “

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