Mum of UKs biggest family shows off Primark shop with Disney PJs and jumpers

When it comes to shopping, we can all agree sometimes we get a little bit carried away.

In some cases we might find ourselves splurging a few hundreds on a shop, but for some it's a weekly occurrence.

Sue Radford, the mum of the UK's biggest family, always shops big but that's because she's got 22 children.

Now in a recent Instagram post on her stories, the 46-year-old, from Morecambe, showcased her £300 spending spree at Primark.

She came back with piles of clothes for most of her kids as she spent a grand total of £296.50 on the trip.

The mum did buy one item of clothing for herself, a £10 jumper as she joked she should be banned from the store.

Captioning a photo of her bumper basket, Sue wrote: "Every time I get dragged into Primark. I should be banned from this shop."

Among her purchases, Sue picked up some jumpers for her Heidie, one, and Bonnie, three, as well as her granddaughter Ophelia.

She also bought Disney pyjama sets at £12 each for Millie, 19, and 15-year-old Aimie.

Her most expensive purchase from Primark was a pair of light blue jeans for Aimie that cost her £17.

It's safe to say the Radford family do spent a lot when it comes to their family.

The family's fridge is usually stocked up with 12L of milk, meat stacks and four cheese blocks.

It is believed mum Sue and dad Noel splurge £400 a week on food shopping in a bid to keep their kids fed.

Sue recently explained: "I would say that we spend £350-£400 a week on shopping. It's just massive, it's never-ending."

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In other Radford stories, why don't you take a look at the family's revamped home?

Sue revealed the plush pad has had a big upgrade with most of the 10 bedrooms being renovated over the course of the year.

Meanwhile, Sue recently shared her kids' back to school routine.

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