On the one hand, the woman is happy to rely on the taxpayers of Britain* to support her 11 children. Like the Samaritan woman at Jacob’s Well, her marital history is murky, but her children appear to have mostly been conceived and raised out of wedlock. This is not a good thing.
On the other hand, I have a feeling that even if all eleven kids were legitimate, and she was in a stable marriage with their father who was providing adequate support, a fair number of Brits would still be accusing her of treating her womb like a clown car. And you have to give her a few points for not aborting her pregnancies.
The problem isn’t that she treats her womb like a clown car. The problem is that she treats her womb like a U-Box rental, then demands government compensation when her customers abandon the contents. You will forgive my bluntness.
*Formerly, Great Britain.