Britain’s biggest family has unveiled swanky new dining room chairs amid a major ongoing home improvement effort.
The Radfords, who boast 22 children, have been using the third nationwide lockdown to revamp their home in Morecambe, Lancashire.
Mum Sue, who welcomed her latest baby Heidie last year, showed off the trendy pink chair set in the latest video on the family’s YouTube channel, which has 252,000 + subscribers.
The 45-year-old said they would also be getting new curtains, windows and lights to finish off the room, which often features in uploads.
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Last week, she shared an image of a whopping takeaway feast at the dining room table and it’s also where she has been home-schooling nine of her brood during the pandemic.
A new roof and an extra room are also being fitted with scaffolding currently up in part of the house as the epic makeover continues.
Speaking in the video alongside husband Noel, 50, Sue said: “The chairs have just arrived and we are going to put them up. They do look very nice.”
The family previously had black leather chairs.
Noel, who helped to unpack the new furniture, said they looked “10/10” before joking they wouldn’t look so nice if one of the kids spills any “spaggy bol”.
Sue added: “I think it opens up the room more and makes it look a lot brighter.”
The Radfords live in a 10-bedroom former care home which is spread over four storeys, with 19 of the children currently living there.
Sue and Noel support their family through their bakery and don’t claim benefits.
Referring to the house refurbishment in a previous video, Sue explained: “We’ve been waiting for years to do it, it’s like everything else in this house, you just get round to doing bits at a time.
“It’s like the Forth bridge, once you’ve finished something there’s another job to do and another job to do.”