WE ARE finally out of lockdown and parents are desperate to get their kids outdoors, but Sue and Noel Radford found the perfect way to keep their children entertained while being stuck at home.
The busy parents, who have 22 kids, last year created an incredible water park and play area in their very own back garden – and it's perfect as the weather starts to warm up.
The Radfords shared videos of the epic outdoor setup on their Instagram Stories – and their large brood of kids seem to be having a lot of fun.
The dinosaur-themed water feature comes with a mini slide and a large paddling pool for the children to cool off in.
Also seen in the background of the videos, is a large play area with swings and long slide for the family to also enjoy.
Sue, who gave birth to her 22nd child during lockdown last year, often shares photos of her gigantic family’s life to 278,000 followers.
At Easter, Sue also showed off a gigantic chocolate egg wall that she had made in her lounge for the entire family.
And after she gave birth, the doting mum shared a snap of her brood tucking into a vast spread of delicious-looking Domino’s pizza on their lounge floor.
Sue, 45, and husband Noel, 50, added another little girl weighing 7lb to their king-sized clan on April 3 2020.
The couple revealed her name is Heidie Rose.
The parents of Britain’s biggest family support themselves and run a bakery.
Sue, who has spent more than 800 weeks of her life pregnant, has sworn this will be her last baby — but has said the same in the past.
The new baby joins the couple's children: Chris, 31, who no longer lives at the family home; Sophie, 25, who has also moved out; Chloe, 24; Jack, 22; Daniel, 20; Luke, 19; Millie, 18; Katie, 17; James, 16; Ellie, 15; Aimee, 14; Josh, 12; Max, 11; Tillie, nine; Oscar, eight; Casper, seven; Hallie, four; Phoebe, three; Archie, two, and Bonnie, who turned one in November.
Sadly, the couple's 17th child Alfie was still born on July 6, 2014.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun the supermum said in April: “The ten-hour labour was hard. But now we have weeks of isolation with a newborn baby. Let the crazy times begin.
“Only two of the kids have flown the nest, so we are all home now for the foreseeable.”
Shopping for Britain’s biggest family means Sue’s shopping list already included 100 nappies, 16 loaves of bread, 114 pints of milk, 48 large eggs, 3kg of pasta, 24 chicken breasts and 28 toilet rolls.
So it was inevitable that she would hit problems once supermarkets began clamping down on shoppers emptying their shelves due to the coronavirus crisis.
Sue said: “I am the original panic buyer. All the shopping I ever do looks like I am clearing the shelves of toilet roll.
“When I walk out of a supermarket I am like the people you see on the news.
“There are limits now on the amount I can buy of each thing but it is pointless for me to buy two packets of chicken breast or 12 eggs. That wouldn’t even feed everyone for a light lunch.
“We managed to get one delivery before the baby was born but it is already running low and I can’t get another slot.
“The older kids have to run to the shops to get the essentials.
“They go to the corner shop for one packet of four toilet rolls and it only lasts us one day.”
In other news, Sue revealed the £30 grey paint she uses to achieve her Mrs Hinch style home.
Plus, we told you how Sue shared a sweet 4D scan photo of her new baby.
And the mum of 22 also shared heartwarming snaps of her kids meeting their newborn sister for the first time.
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