Britain’s biggest family show off their 21st child on This MorningDecember 7, 2018
The parents of Britain’s biggest family have insisted they are ‘done’ after welcoming their 21st child.
Sue and Noel Radford welcomed youngest daughter Bonnie Raye on November 7 after a 12-minute labour.
Despite their love of having kids, 43-year-old Sue admitted it was finally time to stop procreating as the family appeared on This Morning on Friday.
Sue revealed she had an easy labour with Bonnie, who was born 14 months after her last child.
She told Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes : "She was very quick she was not hanging around – I think they’ve got my labour down to about 12 minutes.
"I said definitely no more last time. I think we just love having a big family. Welcoming a newborn into our life.
"If it’s an addiction we’re giving it up. We’ll always have lots of grandchildren."
Sue gave birth to her first child Chris when she was just 14 in 1989 and – having been adopted herself – was determined to keep the baby.
The couple, who live in Morecambe, Lancashire, got married when she was 18 and soon welcomed eldest daughter Sophie.
Besides Chris, Sophie and Bonnie, they are also parents to Chloe, Jack, Daniel, Luke, Millie, Katie, James, Ellie, Aimee, Josh, Max, Tillie, Oscar, Casper, Hallie, Phoebe, and Archie.
The Radfords, who have appeared on (16, 17, 18, 19 and 20) Kids And Counting since 2014, are now grandparents as daughter Sophie now has three children.
The family live in a 10-bedroom house, with dad Noel supporting the family on his £50,000 salary at their bakery Radford’s Pie Company.
Noel and Sue and their large brood previously appeared on This Morning back in January, with Eamonn branding the father-of-21 a "randy old goat".
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