THE mum of Britain’s biggest family has started her Christmas shopping.
Mum-of-22 Sue Radford, has begun the mammoth task of getting gifts for all her kids in time for Santa’s yearly visit.
The mum has a mega task of getting all the presents for her huge brood this yearCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
Sue shared her trip to Barton Grange garden centre in Preston, Lancashire on Youtube where she posts videos of her busy life.
Sues mum pointed at some small white trees and said: “They’re like gonks, I get them in poundland.”
The giant white fur trees were £140 so Sue chose not to buy them.
Taking her mum and her kids, the family enjoyed a festive day out.
However, they were not there to buy as Sue insisted: “I don’t need anything, I’m just looking.
Finding disco balls, glittery trees, new ornaments and decorations the family had tonnes of fun in the decked out garden centre.
Getting lost in the Christmas scenes, Sue reminded her child why they werent getting any new decorations, saying: “Because we’ve got plenty, haven’t we?” She said to Hallie, 6.
Pointing to a Father Christmas decoration, Sue said: “Look who’s here!” to her kids, who replied: “Santa” in unison.
Her daughter, Millie, 20 asked her mum what she thought about some giant gingerbread men decorations as Sue checked out some giant sweet decorations.
Holding a giant gingerbread soft decoration Sue said: “Remember when grandma bought something similar to that.”
“Its like frozen isn’t it,” Sue said as they walked around the garden centre adorned in blue and white lights.
Looking at moving toy decorations, Sue’s mum said: “The trouble is the children will break them.”
Getting in to the Christmas trees, Sue couldn’t help but fawn over the dazzling firs on display.
She said: “Look at that tree, £400, so overpriced.”
The pair ended up buying a light up house decoration after asking staff if they had any left in the back.
The Radford’s ten-bed former care home worth £240,000 is sure to be decked out in festive decorations this year.
The house is spread over four floors and includes an open plan kitchen, large lounge and even a hot tub in the garden.
During lockdown, the family completely redecorated the house, fitted their very own bar as well as an outdoor cinema.
Sue and Noel, 50, from Lancashire, 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.
The couple’s 17th child Alfie was still born on July 6, 2014.
The family famously doesn’t financially rely on benefits and owns their family pie shop business, which the oldest children also work at.
It was a spectacular winter wonderlandCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
Sue’s adoptive mum reckoned they could get something similar at poundlandCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
The scene outside confused the kidsCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
The family were spoilt for choice for their Christmas decorations but insisted they were only lookingCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
The kids helped them shop tooCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
The family walked through a festive frenzy of goodsCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
Disco balls caught Sue’s eyeCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
Sue loved the robin decorations tooCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
Millie picked out some gingerbread men decorationsCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
Sue said the Christmas trees were ‘very overpriced’Credit: youtube / The Radford Family
Her kids instantly recognised Father ChristmasCredit: youtube / The Radford Family
Recently, the family got some flack for spending after flaunting ‘disgusting’ wealth at her ‘millionaire mansion’
The family have recently opened their doors for Channel 5’s 22 Kids and Counting show, which documented their lives under one roof.
In the show, Sue revealed they have spent £1million raising their large brood and she has been pregnant for 16-and-a-half YEARS.