Mother-of-22 Sue Radford claims her family has ‘worked hard’ after being shamed by fans for ‘disgusting waste of money’ and ‘flaunting their wealth’ for buying a £750 mattress

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  • Sue Radford is the mother of Britain’s largest family, from Morecambe, Lancashire
  • She was forced to defend her ‘expensive’ spending on Instagram last night
  • Fans accuse him of ‘showing off his wealth’ after buying a £750 mattress

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Sue Radford, 22, has been forced to defend her ‘expensive’ spending after social media users accused her of ‘showing off her wealth’ after buying a £750 mattress.

The mother of Britain’s largest family from Morecambe, Lancashire, took to Instagram over the weekend to showcase a fancy Emma mattress she added to her kids’ bedroom.

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Yet the £750 price tag angered some social media users, with one viewer writing: ‘Disgusting a waste of money, you should remember where you came from and show your “wealth” instead Start giving back.

‘Are people blind enough not to see that you took advantage of the freebies, because no amount of pie will be enough to cover the expensive items you brag about.

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Seriously so many people are homeless and starving,’ the viewer said, adding that it seems Sue shared a screenshot of the comment on her Instagram stories and responded to the comment.

Mother Sue Radford (pictured with her family), 22, has been forced to defend her ‘expensive’ spending after social media users accused her of ‘showing off her wealth’ after buying a £750 mattress. was accused.

The mom of Britain's biggest family, Morecambe, Lancashire, took to Instagram over the weekend to showcase a fancy Emma mattress she'd added to her kids' bedroom – but some onlookers (pictured) weren't impressed

The mom of Britain’s biggest family, Morecambe, Lancashire, took to Instagram over the weekend to showcase a fancy Emma mattress she’d added to her kids’ bedroom – but some onlookers (pictured) weren’t impressed

She wrote: ‘Oh I do, we have worked very hard to be where we are now. I think people forget that we don’t just have our bakery, we also work very hard on our media company and filming for our new show, like a lot of other “influencers”.

‘I hate that word but most YouTubers don’t even run very successful businesses.’

Showing off her mattress purchases, Sue wrote on her social media account: ‘We have upgraded the mattress in the girls bedroom to @emmasleepuk mattresses and they are so comfortable!’

But fans were quick to check the cost online and were left in disbelief, with one writing: ‘That’s an absolutely insane price! So is your boon!’

A second said: ‘Why don’t these companies give it to people who can’t afford it and have health problems? It’s a joke, because when one has a lot of kids, they get gifted things.’

Response: Yet the £750 price tag angered some social media users, with one viewer writing: Disgusting a waste of money, you must remember where you came from and pretend your 'wealth' Start giving back instead.

Response: Yet the £750 price tag angered some social media users, with one viewer writing: ‘Disgusting waste of money, you should remember where you came from and show your “wealth”‘ instead of coming back start giving.

A third added: ‘I just saw.. £749 would cost you a fortune litigation,’ while another added: ‘Oh, if only I could afford a worthy one.’

Sue and Noel, 50, Chris, 32, Sophie, 27, Chloe, 26, Jack, 24, Daniel, 22, Luke, 21, Millie, 20, Katie, 19, James, 18, Ellie, 16, Amy’s mother- is the father. , 15, Josh, 14, Max, 12, Tilly, 11, Oscar, 10, Casper, nine, Hailey, six, Phoebe, five, Archie, four, Bonnie, three and Heidi, one.

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

The family, which lives in a 10-bed former care home, is not dependent on benefits and is supported by their pie shop business.

The couple previously estimated that they had spent £1 million on their child before Heidi was born.

The family, which lives in a 10-bed former care home, is not dependent on benefits and is supported by their pie shop business.  Pictured: Parents outside their house

The family, which lives in a 10-bed former care home, is not dependent on benefits and is supported by their pie shop business. Pictured: Parents outside their house

Sue has revealed that she spends up to £400 a year on school uniforms because she doesn’t believe in ‘hand-me-downs’ and that her weekly food shop is also around £400.

In a week, they can get 80 yoghurts, three tubes of toothpaste, and 24 toilet rolls.

Since gaining fame in 2014 on TV’s 15 Kids and Counting, Noel and Sue have appeared on Channel 5’s 22 Kids and Counting as well as amassed more than 275,000 subscribers on their YouTube channel – which they use to celebrate family life. To give information.

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