The parents of Britain’s biggest family have revealed they’re expecting another baby in 2020, which will increase their brood to 22 children.
Sue Radford, 44, and husband Noel, 48, took to YouTube this weekend to share the happy news and footage of their 12-week scan, which took place at the end of September.
“We’re going to have a little peek at the new little Radford,” Sue exclaimed in the video, which was uploaded on 20 October. “Very exciting.”
The video shows footage of the couple’s 12-week scan, with three of their 21 children watching their unborn sibling on screen in 2D and 3D – and hearing its heartbeat.
Sue said she suspects she’s having another boy. Reflecting on the baby scan, Noel said: “One minute it looked like a girl, the next minute it looked like a boy, so we’re not sure.”
The pair plan to do a gender reveal in the next few weeks. Noel added: “It’s a long way to go yet but yeah... it’s a good Christmas.”
The couple welcomed their first child 29 years ago. They have previously said in interviews that they kept the baby, despite their young ages, because they were both adopted at birth. Radford also suffered a miscarriage at 23 weeks in 2014.
The latest addition to their family, Bonnie, was born in November 2018, after a 12-minute labour.
Following Bonnie’s birth, Sue and Noel vowed that she would be their last child