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The filmmaker ponders the couple's future and their controversial hobby after their baby daughter is eventually born.
But for Kitty she insists that despite having a little baby, the webcam venture is better for her than "working a 9-5" because they "make it fit" around their child's sleeping pattern.
A pregnant woman and her husband reveal they have sex on webcams to earn extra money to buy nappies.
The couple are part of a Channel 4 documentary by BAFTA and Emmy award-winning filmmaker Charlie Russell, who enters the very intimate world of webcams.
Kitty and Moses are from the Midlands and charge 85p per minute for people to watch them have sex - with Moses saying: "It's the best job I've ever had." He explains to Charlie that for them it's a convenient way of making more money and when they need extra luxuries like cash for nappies for their newborn daughter, they can tap into it "like an ATM".
The adventurous pair claim they make up to £400 a month performing one-on-one sex acts between cups of tea or by just chatting to their customers online.
There's Emma and Eddie who are one of the world's most successful webcam couples and claim a six-figure salary, but they encounter some major problems.
Glenn and Ari are newlyweds who even took their webcam on their honeymoon but their road to happiness soon hits a few bumps.
Director Charlie visits several other couples in their bedrooms as he films the most intimate moments that several thousand people have also been invited to witness.
He explores what drives these couples to share their sexual adventures online, and discovers what effect giving up their privacy in the bedroom has on their lives, their families, and their relationships.
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