Britain’s largest family announced the arrival of their daughter Heidie Rose last Friday.
Mom and baby are doing well, but it’s not just sleepless nights that cause problems for Sue and Noel.
When they leave the house, the locals think that they are participating in a mass rally.
With the exception of two of their 22 children, all live at home, and Sue spoke to The Sun about life in custody – and said that they could no longer shop online and were attracting the attention of the dead when they were out of the house.
“It’s really funny,” she said. “People who don’t know we are family think we are breaking the law by hosting a social gathering.
“We receive glances from death. They think we are hosting a birthday party for the kids or something.
“When we take the baby for their first ride in the pram, all the children will want to come. That means that 21 of us will go down the street to the neighboring fields. I understand why people could watch us, but there is nothing we can do.
“I guess 21 people don’t live in the same household in many places. “
Trips to the supermarket to feed their brood have become a challenge due to purchasing restrictions and dissatisfied customers convinced that they are storing.
Sue, who became pregnant with her first child at the age of 13, regularly updates subscribers with news on the family’s YouTube channel.
She says online shopping niches are almost impossible to obtain and product restrictions mean they can’t get everything they need at the supermarket.
The Radfords – who live in a ten-bed house – are the largest family in Britain with the parents of Noel and Sue to Chris, 30, Sophie, 26, Chloé, 24, Jack, 22, Daniel 20, Luke 19, Millie 18 and Katie, 17.
They also lie with James, 16, Ellie, 14, Aimee, 13, Josh, 12, Max, 11, Tillie, nine, Oscar, eight, Casper, seven, Hallie, four, Phoebe, three, Archie, two and Bonnie, a.
Alfie, the couple’s 17th child, was born still on July 6, 2014.
They also have three grandchildren – who are Sophie’s children – Daisy, six, Ayprill, four, and Leo, two.
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Sue added that she was more terrified of the birth of the 22nd child than she was the first.
Baby Heidie Rose arrived Friday evening at 10:01 p.m. weighing 7 pounds.
“The ten-hour job was hard,” she added. “But now we have weeks of isolation with a newborn baby. Let crazy times begin!
“Only two of the children flew into the nest, so we are all at home now for what is expected.” “