Britain’s biggest family The Radfords have planned another MEGA holiday but reveal the stress & cost of meal bookings | The SunJuly 26, 2022
BRITAIN’S biggest family have revealed they are planning another bumper holiday to Florida – after loving their visit in April this year.
Mum-of-22 Sue, 47, from Morecambe, Lancashire, shared a screenshot of her booking Disney park tickets for 22 people – and their very expensive meal bookings.
She wrote: “Is there a better feeling than booking in park days?”
Many parents know the struggle of trying to book meals at the popular Disney parks, and Sue shared how she was already securing slots for her family.
On Instagram she showed how she was booking the Fairytale Dining Lunch at the Cinderella’s Royal Table, and the Be Our Guest Dinner – both at Magic Kingdom.
She wrote: “Managed to book these dining experiences in.
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“If you’ve been it would be great to get some reviews.”
And with such a large family, Sue showed how she has to book at least three time slots to fit all the kids in.
For lunch, she had to do a 2.30pm slot for eight people, a 2.45pm slot for another eight, and a 2.50pm session for six people.
She also had to book three separate slots between 6.40pm and 7.10pm for dinner.
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And the prices certainly won’t come cheap for the Radfords.
Although they could be annual Disney ticket holders and therefore getting 10 per cent off food, the Cinderella Royal Table lunch menu starts from $62 per adult and $37 per child.
At Disney, people aged 10 and above are classed as adults, and Sue and Noel only have six of their kids under 10.
Therefore, the couple could face having to pay over $1,092 (£900) per meal.
Sue and Noel are parents to Chris, 33, Sophie, 28, Chloe, 26, Jack, 25, Daniel, 23, Luke, 21, Millie, 20, Katie, 19, James, 18, Ellie, 17, Aimee, 16, Josh, 15, Max, 13, Tillie, 12, Oscar, 10, Casper, nine, Hallie, seven, Phoebe, six, Archie, four, Bonnie, three, and Heidie, two.
Sadly the couple's 17th child Alfie was still born on July 6, 2014.
The family famously doesn’t rely on benefits and is supported by their pie shop business.
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The Radfords, who live in a 10-bed former care home, often show off their millionaire lifestyle on Instagram.
In April they showed how they had thrown themselves into Orlando life, including visiting Disney and Universal theme parks.
They stayed in a swanky villa which came complete with a pool and pool table.
They also hired a 15-seat mini bus and pick-up truck so they could transport everyone around.
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To save money buying food out at restaurants, Sue revealed they often cook homemade food on holidays.
After a day of exploring the Florida parks, the mum showed her kids playing a game of pool, while she tucked into a bag of cheese popcorn.
And the food wasn’t over there, as Noel got the huge barbecue going, which Sue described as “perfect”.
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