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Britain’s largest family The Radfords put up their first Christmas tree after revealing they spent £5,000 on gifts for 22 children

CHRISTMAS has arrived in the family of Britain’s largest family, The Radfords.

22-year-old mother Sue, 46, from Morecambe, revealed to fans that she had planted their first Christmas tree.

22-year-old mother Sue Radford has revealed that one of the many Christmas trees has been set up in their home

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22-year-old mother Sue Radford has revealed that one of the many Christmas trees has been set up in their homeCredit: INSTAGRAM
The Radfords often go out with their carnival decorations

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The Radfords often go out with their carnival decorationsCredit: INSTAGRAM

In previous years, the Radfords had many seven trees around their 10-bedroom home as part of the celebrations and set aside £5,000 for gifts for their children.

In 2020, as well as plants in their lounge, kitchen and front porch area, Sue has placed colorful plants in four of her children’s rooms.

Lately, Sue has been in a festive spirit like she considered £60 Christmas train decorations and HUGE stools for their home.

Sue and Noel are parents to Chris, 32, Sophie, 27, Chloe, 26, Jack, 24, Daniel, 22, Luke, 21, Millie, 20, Katie, 19, James, 18, Ellie, 16, Aimee, 15 , Josh, 14, Max, 12, Tillie, 11, Oscar, 10, Casper, nine, Hallie, six, Phoebe, five, Archie, four, Bonnie, three and Heidie, one.

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

The famous family does not rely on profit and is supported by their bakery business.

Noel and Sue always go the extra mile to make sure ALL of their kids have a very special Christmas.

But needless to say, this doesn’t come cheap.

In previous years, Noel and Sue revealed they spend between £100 and £250 on each of their children – and an extra £300 on their grocer.

So, in the months leading up to Christmas, parents squeeze every penny to save £5,500 to buy gifts for the children.

And while most families simply leave their presents under the tree as they’re wrapped, Sue has a separate bag for each child so the gifts don’t get mixed up – and to save money on hundreds of purchases. card.

Furthermore, Noel and Sue also receive 70 rolls of wrapping paper every year.

Noel also shows him how to cook a 10kg turkey, 7kg of potatoes and sprouts, 50 Yorkshire puddings and a liter of gravy.

The couple stayed up late peeling potatoes and vegetables at 1 a.m. on Christmas Day and the children opened presents at 6:30 a.m.

During the day, the family plays separate Monopoly games, watches movies, and plays with their presents.

And at least five dishwasher cycles are needed to clean dishes.

In the evening, the family ate more food, including six tin cans of Pho Chat.

Unsurprisingly, Sue was a bit professional when it came to wrapping presents and calling herself “the devil”.

According to Mail Online, she can wrap 20 gifts in just 15 minutes – and can easily get hundreds of gifts ready in just one evening.

In previous years, the Radfords had 7 trees around their 10-bedroom home

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In previous years, the Radfords had 7 trees around their 10-bedroom homeCredit: INSTAGRAM
Sue has been enjoying shopping for Christmas decorations lately

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Sue has been enjoying shopping for Christmas decorations lately
She had her eye on a £60 tin train

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She had her eye on a £60 tin train

Sue revealed they spent 1 million pounds to feed their large cubs and she was 16 and a half years pregnant.

We previously shared how 22 .’s mother Sue Radford lives the millionaire lifestyle with her £30,000 Range Rover, outdoor cinema and hot tub.

Earlier this year, the Radford family got even BIGGER Sue and Noel announce that they are having a new grandson.

We also reveal the inside of the garden of Britain’s largest family home where Sue and Noel Radford has a cinema, hot tub and bar.

22-year-old mum Sue Radford gets in the festive spirit as she decorates her £60 Christmas train and HUGE stool to decorate every room

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