Radfords announce festive TV special as look inside UKs biggest family at Xmas
Ever wondered what Christmas at the Radford family home looks like?
The UK's biggest family will be offering viewers a glimpse into what their Christmas Day looks like with such a large household.
It will be coming to Channel 5 on December 19 and it'll give fans a look inside their very busy plans.
Parents Sue and Noel shared the news on their YouTube channel where they have over 312,000 subscribers.
The programme will feature all 22 kids, including their youngest child Heidie who was welcomed into the world in April 2020.
And there will be hanging decorations for their 17th child Alfie who was sadly stillborn in 2014.
Just recently Sue shared details of their Christmas preparations as she begun wrapping presents.
Previously she told how she could easily spend an eye-watering £5,000 on presents alone for the family.
In a recent Instagram clip, there are elves in the fridge and advent calendars being opened as December came around last week.
It's not just kitchen preparations, as Sue showed off some decoration in her bedroom with special bedding and a light feature.
The mum-of-22 recently shared videos and photos of the piles of presents with the family's followers as she made a start.
She also told fans that she'd poured herself a glass of wine to help her along.
The parent added: "Thought this might help me get through it, cheers."
Then when she completed her task, she continued: "Done for the night. I don't even feel like I've made a dent on wrapping it all."
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Christmas preparations started earlier this month with Sue splashing a fortune on presents.
Wanting to make sure their kids have the merriest of Christmases, Sue and Noel fork out between £100 to £250 on each of their kids.
The couple even spend £300 on a huge festive food shop.
They do not rely on benefits but are financially supported by their pie shop business.
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