UK’s biggest family have huge fry up using 30 eggs and piles of sausages

UK’s biggest family have huge fry up using 30 eggs and piles of sausages


Yesterday was Father’s Day, meaning kids up and down the country treated their dads to a day of pampering and breakfast in bed.

But, few parents will get as many gifts as Noel Radford who has a whopping 22 children.

Britain’s biggest family, from Morecambe, Lancashire, shared a mammoth Father’s Day breakfast that would rival some cafes!

Mum Sue posted some snaps of the family’s feast on Instagram, where the family have 368,000 followers.

The meal included multiple tins of beans, dozens of tomatoes, bacon, a pile of sausages, hash browns, mushrooms and more than 30 eggs.

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That must’ve cost a fortune!

Captioning the post on her social media account Sue, whose eldest child is 31, wrote: “Father’s Day breakfast pending, happy Father’s Day.”

While not all of the Radford children still live at home they are joined by granddaughter Ophelia who was born to Millie, 19, last year.

Earlier this year, Sue explained that the family’s food bill had skyrocketed in lockdown from £300 to £400 a week.

This is apparently because the kids are always eating when stuck at home!

The rise in cost means that the family-of-22 now spends £1600 a month just on meals.

On an episode of Channel 5 series 22 Kids And Counting Sue revealed that they got through 16 pints of milk and four loaves of bread a day, and each week they go through 80 yoghurts, three tubes of toothpaste and 24 toilet rolls.

The family also spend an extortionate amount of money on Christmas and birthday presents.

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The Radfords don’t claim any government benefits and survive on the income from Noel’s bakery and pie business.

Lockdown was a challenge for The Radford Pie company, but they expanded to fulfil online orders around the UK to help.

On the website, it says: “We have owned our own lovely bakery since 1999 which is how we manage to provide for (and feed) our huge and expanding family as well as for the local people of Heysham and Morecambe.”

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