Radfords share sweet photos of their 22nd newborn baby

Britain’s largest family the Radfords share sweet photos of their newborn 22nd baby meeting her siblings and admit they’re ‘so in love’ and feel lucky to have her home ‘safe and sound’

  • Britain’s largest family have shared the first official photograph of their 22nd child after giving welcoming her on Friday night
  • Sue, 44, and husband Noel Radford, 48, from Lancashire, shared a picture to their Instagram account as their little girl settled into the household
  • The couple, who haven’t named their eleventh daughter yet, admitted they are ‘so in love’ and feel lucky to have her here ‘safe and sound’ 

Britain’s largest family have shared the first official photograph of their 22nd child after giving welcoming her on Friday night.

Sue, 44, and husband Noel Radford, 48, from Lancashire, who welcomed their first child thirty years ago, shared a picture to their Instagram account as their little girl settled into the household.

The couple, who haven’t named their eleventh daughter yet, admitted they are ‘so in love’ and feel lucky to have her here ‘safe and sound’.

Sue was induced just before midday on Friday, placed on a drip at 4pm and gave birth to a baby girl weighing 7lbs, at 10pm at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary.

Sue, 44, and husband Noel Radford, 48, from Lancashire, have shared the first official photograph of their 22nd child after giving welcoming her on Friday night

Sharing a snap of the little girl dressed in a pink bodysuit before meeting her siblings, the post racked up 40,000 likes. 

Sue wrote: ‘We welcomed our beautiful baby girl into the world on Friday night. We’re all so in love with her. Look out for the vlog tomorrow morning #newborn #babygirl #soinlove.

She then added more snaps, writing: ‘A bit of baby spam we feel so blessed to have her here safe and sound’.

The couple, who haven’t named their eleventh daughter yet, admitted they are ‘so in love’ and feel lucky to have her here ‘safe and sound’

Sue was induced just before midday on Friday, placed on a drip at 4pm and gave birth to a baby girl weighing 7lbs, at 10pm at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary (seen meeting her sibling)

The couple are yet to pick a name for their latest addition who has become their 11th daughter.

It is a legal requirement for parents to register a birth and should be done 42 days after a baby is born.

This is usually done at a registry office in the district where the child is born and made in person either by one or both parents.

But authorities have currently postponed all registrations for the foreseeable future as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Sue has now spent more than 800 weeks of her life pregnant after having her first child at aged 14.

Sharing a snap of the little girl dressed in a pink bodysuit before meeting her siblings, the post racked up 40,000 likes

She then added more snaps, writing: ‘A bit of baby spam we feel so blessed to have her here safe and sound’

Noel had a vasectomy after baby number nine but had it reversed shortly afterwards.

The most recent child is Bonnie Raye, who was born in November 2018, with the others being Chris, 30, Sophie, 25, Chloe, 23, Jack, 22, Daniel, 20, Luke, 18, Millie, 17, Katie, 16, James, 15, Ellie, 14, Aimee, 13, Josh, 12, Max, 11, Tillie, nine, Oscar, seven, Casper, six, Hallie, four, Phoebe, three, and Archie 22 months.

The couple met for the first time when Sue was seven, before going on to have their first child when Sue was 14 and Noel was 19.

They got married in 1993 when Sue turned 18, and went on to have nine children before Noel had a vasectomy – which he later had reversed.

Sadly Alfie, the couple’s 17th child, was still born on July 6th 2014.

Pictured two years ago (with ages stated at the time): The Radford children. Left to right, top row: Luke, 16, Chloe, 21, Mille, 16, holding Hallie, two, Katie, 14, and Sophie, 23. Left to right, middle row: Daniel, 18, Ellie, 12, father Noel Radford holding Phoebe, one, Mother Sue holding newborn Archie, Josh, 10, and Jack, 20. Left to right, bottom row: Aimee, 11, Tilly, seven, Max, eight, Casper, four, Oscar, five, and James, 13.

 

 

 

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