Britain’s biggest family has shared pictures of their epic Christmas – with around 300 presents piled up in their home.
The Radford family kicked off their Christmas with the huge brood running joyfully down the stairs of their Morecambe home to see what Father Christmas had brought them.
And with the presents piled up around the living room, smiles were seen across every little face, Lancs Live reports.
Capturing the present opening on their Christmas Day vlog, dad Noel was on camera duty as the kids teared open their mammoth amount of presents.
Sue and Noel are parents to Chris, 32, Sophie, 28, Chloe, 26, Jack, 24, Daniel, 22, Luke, 21, Millie, 20, Katie, 19, James, 18, Ellie, 16, Aimee, 15, Josh, 14, Max, 13, Tillie, 11, Oscar, 10, Casper, nine, Hallie, six, Phoebe, five, Archie, four, Bonnie, three, and Heidie, one.
It’s no secret that Sue and Noel decide to splash the cash on their brood for Christmas as gave an insider on their epic Christmas traditions – with a £7,000 spend and 70 rolls of wrapping paper.
But the biggest cost for the Radfords this Christmas, as the presents – all 300 of them – come in at £100 to £300 per child.
So it was no surprise to see their 10 bed house covered in wrapped presents which were very quickly torn into by the excited bunch.
During the 30 minute Christmas vlog, the family shared their present opening which took up the majority of the vlog itself.
Even the parents were spoilt with treat as Noel and Sue both got a selection of toiletries, aftershaves and perfumes. Noel got a lovely handmade gift of a surprise chocolate box which took his daughter over an hour to make. Sue received more perfumes, Yankee candle sets, Lush sets, clothes and a wine glass which says ‘Amazing Mum’ as well as those, she got a simple chain- a sentimental gift to replace her broken one which she usually wears as mementos to her father and late son.
Later on in the vlog, Noel checked up on the festive feast with the meat cooking away but much more to be done. Checking in on the kids, he showed the aftermath of the present opening saying: “See, it still looks like a bomb site- and we’ve taken loads upstairs already.”
Heading back into the kitchen, Noel showed the festive feast ready to get onto the table as the family crowded around to get their seats.
He said: “Tea is ready, Christmas dinner’s ready. Everyone is sat down over there. I’m not sure if there’s enough seats but as usual we all share and we will make do.”
A mini Christmas crisis appeared for the cook who showed the pigs in blankets exclaiming that “there’s not enough”.
Noel said: “I ordered 60, they haven’t arrived, 24 have arrived. Sue’s bought another 24, luckily when she went to the shop yesterday so we’ve got 48 between which is just not enough is it, not for Christmas dinner anyway.”