ADVENTURES are back on the agenda for Britain’s biggest family as their £40,000 luxury motorhome has been returned to them.
Sue and Noel Radford, from Morecambe, Lancashire, recently splashed out on the vehicle and have been taking their bumper brood on trips – but it had stopped working.
In a new YouTube video, Sue said: “We are currently at Preston picking up the motorhome.
“We got a phone call yesterday saying it was ready which was absolutely fantastic news as they had told us originally that the part they needed – the rod thing – wasn’t due to come in until between June 20 and July 21.
“Absolutely brilliant news, she’s fixed which means we might be able to go away next weekend.”
This follows Sue revealing she has booked to take her family to Disney for a fifth time in just over a year.
More on the Radfords
Here’s where the Radfords and their enormous family live
Inside Radfords side-hustles that allow them 11 holidays a year & a £27K ‘pool’
The family, who could have annual Disney passes, visited Orlando last month in April during the kids’ Easter holidays.
And this was after they previously went to Disney in Florida in April 2022.
The Radfords went on another big family trip to Florida last September, and a trip to Disneyland Paris in December.
During the September visit, the kids were transformed into princesses with a special £1,000 package.
Most read in Fabulous
Sarah Ferguson diagnosed with breast cancer & left hospital after operation
Sue Radford shares cryptic message as ‘feud’ with daughter Millie continues
Shoppers are rushing to Tesco to nab a bargain that'll transform your garden
Woman left mortified after her mum accidentally buys her a very rude dress
In 2022 alone, the Lancashire-based mum enjoyed 11 holidays – including a New York shopping spree and even a sun-soaked trip to the Maldives.
Sue and Noel previously took to YouTube to show fans around the amazing motorhome, which they'd been thinking about buying for some time.
Although the price hasn’t been revealed, similar models can go between £40,000 and £60,000.
Speaking about their new purchase, Sue beamed as she said: "It's very exciting.
"Can’t wait to use it, make lots of memories in it, it’s going to be absolutely amazing."
After looking at various layouts of motorhome, they eventually went for one with a lot of seating at the back.
And when it's bedtime, the sofas turn into a large bed, which Noel speculated could fit around six of their 22 kids.
The bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet, which Sue insisted Noel will be emptying, while the kitchen comes complete with a decent sized oven and electric and gas hob.
There's another seating area with a table towards the front of the van, which again turns into a bed, as well as a bed above the front driver and passenger seat.
"We’ve actually got an awning that goes on the outside with a little annexe for a bedroom," Noel said.
"Some of the kids will sleep out there, and some of them will sleep in here.
Pointing to the main bed area above the front seats, he added: "But everyone wants to sleep up there, including mum and dad."
Sue and Noel are parents to Chris, 33, Sophie, 29, Chloe, 27, Jack, 25, Daniel, 24, Luke, 22, Millie, 21, Katie, 19, James, 17, Ellie, 18, Aimee, 17, Josh, 15, Max, 14, Tillie, 12, Oscar, 11, Casper, 10, Hallie, eight, Phoebe, six, Archie, five, Bonnie, four, and Heidie, three.
Sadly the couple's 17th child Alfie was still born on July 6, 2014.
Sue’s daughter Millie has just announced she is expecting her third child, a baby girl.
Sue, 48, and Noel, 52, got hitched when Sue was 17 and say their marriage has never had any serious difficulties, despite the constant stream of children.
Noel underwent a vasectomy during the ninth pregnancy but then had it reversed.
The couple have claimed Heidie is their last baby, after Sue has spent around 6,000 days of her life pregnant.
Read More On The Sun
Moment Lana Del Rey escorted off Glasto stage after security shut down power
Mystery as Brit tourist, 20, found dead in pool during party at Greek bar
The family famously doesn’t rely on benefits and is supported by their pie shop business.
The Radfords, who live in a 10-bed former care home, often show off their millionaire lifestyle on Instagram.
Source: Read Full Article