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Nick Cannon Spends $200k Annually on Disneyland Trips with His 12 Children

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Nick Cannon Spends $200k Annually on Disneyland Trips with His 12 Children

Nick Cannon, the celebrated actor and television host, divulged that he spends a staggering $200,000 annually on Disneyland visits with his 12 children. This revelation came during an appearance on 'The Breakfast Club' radio show. Cannon, a father to a dozen kids from six different women, makes these trips to the renowned theme park 'at least once a month' to commemorate birthdays or to enjoy holidays together.

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A Glimpse into Cannon's Disneyland History

While sharing about his frequent Disneyland trips, Cannon also reminisced about the past. He hosted Disneyland's illustrious Christmas parade from 2009 to 2019, a role that came with perks such as free access to the park. However, things have changed now, and he needs to make reservations and stay at the hotel, adding to his expenditure.

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Cannon's Growing Family

Since having twins with his ex-wife, pop diva Mariah Carey, Cannon has welcomed ten more children. His 12th child, a daughter named Halo Marie, was born in December 2022 to Alyssa Scott. Despite the complexities of coordinating during the holiday season with such a large family, Cannon seems to relish the experience.

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Embracing Fatherhood

When probed about why he chose to have so many children, Cannon's response was clear. He affirmed his love for being a father and the joy his children bring to his life. He also stated that he was never opposed to the idea of having a large family, always finding it appealing. With an estimated net worth of $50 million, Cannon is comfortably able to accommodate the hefty Disneyland expense, ensuring memorable experiences for his children.

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