Millionaires with many children: the posh life of Britain's largest familyBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/millionaires-with-many-children-the-posh-life-of-britains-largest-family
Noel and Sue Radford have 22 children, and they live quite a luxurious life. Parents say that they have invested about a million pounds (about 105 million rubles) in the education of children. However, they still have the means to indulge themselves with expensive things.
Recently, a mother with many children received from her husband as a gift a chic Range Rover worth 30,000 pounds (about 3.2 million rubles). In addition, the family made repairs to their huge house in Lancashire, placing a Jacuzzi in the courtyard, equipped with an open-air cinema and a bar. Find out where the family has such a lot of money from our material.
50-year-old Noel and 46-year-old Sue earn money by their work. They claim that they do not count on the help of the state and receive income from their own baking business. Parents with many children have a channel on YouTube, where they earn money from advertising, as well as star in documentaries.
Thanks to such sources of income, a huge family can afford expensive pleasures.
On his 46th birthday, Noel gave his wife a car worth 30,000 pounds (about 3.2 million rubles). Sue hastened to share photos of the brand new car in social networks.
Spouses often show subscribers what their home looks like from the inside. They recently made a renovation, installing stylish furniture for children and a cool bed with a built-in TV in their bedroom.
The four-story house has a place for everyone. There are ten bedrooms that the children share.
During the lockdown, Sue and Noel renovated the yard and garden. They installed a Jacuzzi on the street and set up a small bar.
When a family orders a meal at home, dinner turns into a real party.
But most often, the father himself prepares food for a huge family.
The Radfords had installed a projector in the garden to watch movies together. They created a cozy atmosphere by decorating the open-air cinema with lanterns and adding comfortable pillows and bedspreads.
18 children live in the house with their parents. Noel earns money by baking pies for sale.
Sue says that they spend between 100 and 400 pounds (11,000 to 42,000 rubles) on groceries a week. Especially the expenses increased during the lockdown, when everyone was sitting at home.
Every day, family members drink eight liters of milk and eat four loaves of bread. In a week, they use three tubes of toothpaste and 24 rolls of toilet paper.
The mother of a large family estimated that for 31 years they celebrated 288 birthdays. Parents try to organize a party for each child, not forgetting about gifts and treats.
In total, the holidays cost about 90,000 pounds (about 9.5 million rubles).
Meanwhile, a 23 — year-old Russian woman has added ten babies to her family in a year, and all of them are her biological children, who were born thanks to surrogate mothers. The wife of a millionaire plans to increase the family to 100 people.