WHEN you’ve got 22 kids, doing shopping sprees is not always an easy task, as Sue Radford has proved.

Sue, 45, who is mum to Britain’s biggest family, with husband Noel, 49, showed off the whopping online shop she did at Zara this week. 

Taking to her popular Instagram page, Sue unwrapped the large box and showed some of the clothes she had purchased for her large brood.

Among the delivery was a large collection of gingham and floral dresses for her youngest. 

She captioned the photos: “Little try on haul. Love a Zara delivery.”

Sue added that her girls absolutely loved their new clothes, so the shopping spree had been a success. 



Noel and Sue, from Lancashire, are parents to Chris, 31, Sophie, 25, Chloe, 24, Jack, 22, Daniel, 20, Millie, 19, Luke, 19, Katie, 17, James, 16, Ellie, 15, Aimee, 14, Josh, 12, Max, 11, Tillie, nine, Oscar, eight, Casper, seven, Hallie, four, Phoebe, three, Archie, two, Bonnie, one, and Heidie who was born in April. 

Sadly the couple's 17th child Alfie was still born on July 6, 2014.

The family has just grown even larger, as Millie has just given birth to her first child Ophelia, meaning Sue and Noel now have six grandkids. 

The whole family, including Millie and Ophelia, live in a former 10-bed care home, and share their life with their numerous fans. 









The parents famously don’t claim benefits and rely on Noel’s bakery business to make ends meet.

Sue, who has vowed she will now stop at 22 kids, took to Instagram to share a sweet snap of Ophelia and joked that she keeps telling herself she is “not broody”. 

The adorable shot was from baby Ophelia’s first photoshoot, and grandma Sue added the caption: “I had to keep repeating must not get broody must not get broody, I’M NOT BROODY!!! she’s just so precious.”

In other Radford news, Sue shared her kids' first day back of school including tears and piles of uniform everywhere.

Plus "exhausted" Sue shared a snap of her breastfeeding Heidie.

And previously, Noel Radford showed off the whopping pie he has to make his 22 kids for dinner – and it’d feed most families for a week.

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