Britain’s biggest family The Radfords post cute Christmas pic with kids

Britain’s biggest family shared a festive photo from their “very excited house” on Christmas Eve.

Sue Radford, 45, and her husband Noel, 50, who have 22 children, shared the gorgeous family snap of their huge brood all dressed in festive pyjamas.

As the parents of Britain’s biggest family, they always go the extra mile at Christmas spending thousands of pounds on food and presents.

In a Christmas Eve post, the Radfords, wished the nation Merry Christmas from the living room of their Lancashire home in Morecambe.

They wished their followers a “Merry Christmas from our very excited house to yours” followed by Christmas tree and Santa emojis.

Every year, Sue and Noel put their children’s presents in personalised reindeer sacks so they do not get mixed up.

It is thought the couple spend up to £5,500 on presents, after they revealed spending between £100 and £250 on each child in previous years.

The family also get through a whopping 70 rolls of wrapping paper each year to present their festive gifts.

On Christmas Eve, Noel also celebrated his 50th birthday with a bouquet of chocolates.

Wearing a Star Wars Christmas jumper, he peered into a gift box while sat on the sofa alongside his daughters.

In a loving birthday message, the Radfords said: “Happy 50th birthday to the most amazing and dad we could every wish for.”

Sue and Noel have lots to celebrate this year after the birth of their youngest daughter Heidie in April and becoming grandparents to baby ophelia in September.

The Radfords kicked off their Christmas festivities this year with an epic Christmas decoration job of their home.

It was all hands on deck as the family set up the huge Christmas tree in the corner of the living room.

The tree is kitted out with oversized decorations including giant candy canes, huge baubles and a pair of ice skates.

Other adornments included handmade paper decorations collected over the years from the Noel and Sue’s brood.

And when it came to the hanging of stockings, the extra-large family needed a wooden pole to attach them.

Earlier this year, Sue announced her husband Noel has had to shut his bakery business after testing positive for coronavirus.

The couple say they do not rely on benefits to support the children, so with bakery being the only source of income and with it having to close so the family can self-isolate, they faced a a “massive nightmare”.

But it was smiles all round on Christmas Eve when the proud parents were pictured with most of their 22 children.