MUM-OF-22 Sue Radford went up in smoke in episode 22 Kids and Counting on Sunday night over Christmas, when her husband Noel brought a raw turkey instead of one to eat for Christmas dinner.
The patriarch of the family was tasked with finding a bird large enough to house Britain’s largest parent, and explained: “This year, I decided to order a turkey from a more local farm. is a supermarket.”
A woman dressed as an elf was later seen arriving at the Radfords’ home to deliver turkeys, with Noel looking delighted as he stepped out to his car to pick up his “Christmas dinner”.
However, when the house elf opened the trunk, Noel was shocked to see a live turkey inside the cage.
“Oh my gosh, look!” he exclaimed, laughing nervously. “It’s not ready yet!”
When the house-elf asked him if he wanted it “ready to go”, Noel replied: “It’s Christmas dinner. It’s not for pets, it’s for eating!
“Sue will kill me. I said I have a turkey for Christmas, I mean a turkey in the oven – one we can eat – not like one that’s potting around the garden. .”
But the house elf didn’t want to bring the bird back to her, insisting: “Well, you paid for it so it’s yours.”
Putting the cage back in the garden, Noel mumbled, “I’m so miserable!”, before calling his wife down to witness his mistake.
“I don’t think I checked the box that says ‘oven ready,'” he laughs, as his wife looks on, unimpressed.
“Are you serious?” Sue asked her other half, before questioning, “What are we going to do with it?”
Noel later admitted he didn’t know what to do with the bird, but offered to “pluck its feathers”, while the children staunchly opposed eating turkey during their festive meal.
“Christmas, what did you do?” Sue sighed, he replied: “Christmas turkey is not on the menu because of how it looks.
“He will live to see another day, lucky thing.”
Noel was later seen bringing the turkey and the cage back to the garden, though it’s unclear exactly where he took it.
Elsewhere during the Christmas special, some of the Radfords visited Lapland, while the older kids volunteered at a local homeless shelter.
Radfords Christmas extravaganza doesn’t come cheap, costs them around £7,000 a year.
Sue is no stranger to facing trolls, but hit back when she revealed a recent gesture of kindness.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4305502/sue-radford-fumes-as-noel-brings-home-live-turkey/ 22-year-old mother Sue Radford smokes as husband Noel brings home a turkey LIVE after being left in charge of Christmas meat