The proud mother of Britain's biggest family has revealed that she is approximately nine weeks must bid her child no. 22 welcome. And she also reveals that it is a little girl.
Sue Radford and her husband Noel have a total of 21 children, as they have to be seen together with. (Photo: Facebook/The Radford Family)
The 44-year-old Sue Radford from Lancashire in the Uk also tells of the family's YouTube channel, to the fetus of her little daughter is growing quite well inside her stomach.
Her head has evolved equal to 28 weeks, and the abdomen and legs have developed, corresponding to 30 weeks. She weighs just 1.5 kilos. It is a good thing. I thought that she was less. But she still has nine weeks to grow even more, says Sue Radford.
It writes multiple media including Metro and the Daily Mail, and Sue Radford also tells regularly on the Facebook page 'The Radford Family' of family life and the upcoming birth.
Sue and Noel told otherwise back in 2018, that they would not have more children, since they had just become parents to the child no. 21, Bonnie. Their oldest children doubted, however, on their parents ' statements and suggested that the last child would end up in a so-called 'right number'.
Sue and Noel are already parents to Chris on 30, Sophie, 25, Chloe, 23, Jack 22, Daniel 20, Luke 18, the Mille at 17, Katie at 16, James at 15, Ellie's 14, Amie 13, Josh 12, Max, 11, Tillie of the nine, Oscar 7, Caroline 6, Hallie 4, Phoebe 3, Archie, 2 and Bonnie in a year. And then there's just an additional girl about nine weeks.
the Family operates a large bakery, where several of the older children also work. Sue and Noel promises now seriously, that child no. 22 will be the last child in the flock.
Extra Magazine has previously written about the family Radford. Below you can read how the everyday life works with the Uk's largest family.
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Including a picture of the family Radford on christmas eve 2019. All the children are, however, not in the picture.
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In Denmark, there is no family, who has more than 20 children. In a statement from 1. January 2018, according to the Danish Statistics, however, two families with 11 children and two families with 12 children.
If you look at families with more than five children, there was in 1986 in Denmark 2672 families. 14 years after in the year 2000 the figure had risen to 4391. And 10 years after in the year 2010 amounted to 4678.
Then began a century of decline again. In the year 2017 there were 4172 families with more than five children. In the following two years fall the figure also weak. In the year 2018, the number was 4143, and in the year 2019, the figure was 4034.