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Britain’s Largest Family is Pregnant Again with Baby Number 21

The Radford Family are having another baby and they Revealed the Gender on their First Ever Vlog!

Britain’s Largest Family are the Radford’s from Morecambe in Lancashire. They currently have 11 Boys and 9 Girls and announced Yesterday on their first ever Vlog not only that they are expecting baby 21 due in November this year, but also that they are expecting a little girl. Using confetti bombs Mum Sue and Dad Noel set off the confetti bombs in their front garden to shower the whole family in Pink Confetti, they were both as shocked as everyone else as they were expecting it to be another little boy! Watch the reveal in full here

How the Radford’s Family Grew to 21

The Radford’s Family story is such a lovely one, mum Sue and dad Noel are childhood sweethearts, first meeting when only 7 years old, they controversially started their family when Sue was just 14, so maybe not the most ideal start, but the two lovebirds moved into their first home together and got married when Sue was 17 and have since gone on to grow their family every since.

Currently pregnant with number 21, Sue and Noel are also the parents to – Chris, Sophie, Chloe, Jack, Daniel, Luke, Millie, Katie, James, Ellie, Aimee, Josh, Max, Tilly, Oscar, Casper, Alfie, Hallie, Phoebe and Archie. They are also grandparents to Sophie’s three children.

Sue and Noel had said whilst on This Morning early this year that they didn’t plan to have any more children, but when its meant to be then what can you do!

 

The Radford’s Family Life

The Radford family owns a bakery and this is how they manage to support this large family without the need to claim any state benefits aside from regular child benefit.

Every day is a laundry day, Sue used to do around 8-9 loads of washing a day, but recently were given a massive 18kg washing machine from Cater Kwik but is still doing 2-3 loads. Their food bill is £250 a week, consisting of pasta and large stews and deals with their local butcher and greengrocers. Their bath time starts around 6pm and sees the younger ones in their bed by around 7pm, the older ones around 9pm, with Mummy and Daddy managing to get to bed by 10pm. But I guess the best thing about having a large family like this is there would always be someone looking for cuddles!

 

 

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