Chloe Radford, from Britain's biggest family, moves in with boyfriend

Chloe Radford, 25, who was the eldest child of Britain’s biggest family still living at home, moves in with her boyfriend – leaving 18 of her parents’ 22 children still under their roof

  • Chloe Radford is living with partner Jake Wallace, she announced on Instagram 
  • The makeup artist, 25, is the third child of parents-of-22 Sue and Noel Radford
  • Earlier this year, she admitted she’s keen to start a family but wants ‘three kids’

Britain’s biggest family the Radfords is saying goodbye to the eldest child they still had living at home as she moves in with her boyfriend.

Chloe Radford, who is the third child of parents-of-22 Sue and Noel Radford, announced on her Instagram that she is now living with her partner Jake Wallace.

Earlier this year, the Lancashire-based makeup artist, 25, revealed in a Q&A on Instagram that she is keen to start a family, although ‘not for a few years yet’ and only wants ‘three kids max’. 

It comes as the Radfords announced their brood is getting even bigger, with eldest child Chris, 31, expecting his third child, a brother to Maisie, three, and Jacob, one, with his partner Nicole Spencer, 27. 

Chloe Radford, who is the third child of parents-of-22 Sue and Noel Radford, announced on her Instagram that she is now living with her partner Jake Wallace (pictured together)

Chloe is the third Radford child and was the eldest still to live at home with parents-of-22 Sue and Noel Radford in Lancashire (the family are all pictured together on Christmas Day)

Taking to her social media account yesterday, Chloe posted a photograph of herself and her boyfriend toasting their important milestone together.

‘Few drinks to celebrate LIVING together!!,’ she wrote, before tagging her partner and joking: ‘…might need something a bit stronger than a pint.’ 

Fans were quick to question whether Jake would be joining the family at their Lancashire home, or whether Chloe would be moving out.

However, in January, Chloe confirmed she was saving up for her own place and planned to move out some time this year.

She also admitted that she only wants ‘three kids max’ after growing up as one of 22 children in Britain’s largest family.

Taking to her social media account yesterday, Chloe posted a photograph of herself and her boyfriend toasting their important milestone together (pictured)

The makeup artist previously revealed in a Q&A on Instagram that she is keen to start a family, although ‘not for a few years yet’

The makeup artist revealed in a Q&A on Instagram to her 74,000 followers that she is keen to start a family, although ‘not for a few years yet’.

WHO ARE THE RADFORD FAMILY? 

Dubbed Britain’s largest family, the Radford family is made up of Sue and Noel Radford and their 22 children.

Sue and Noel’s most recent child is Heidi, who was born in April last year, with the others being Chris, 31, Sophie, 27, Chloe, 25, Jack, 22, Daniel, 21, Luke, 19, Millie, 18, Katie, 17, James, 16, Ellie, 14, Aimee, 13, Josh, 12, Max, 11, Tillie, nine, Oscar, eight, Casper, seven, Hallie, four, Phoebe, three, Archie 2 and Bonnie, 1.

The couple met for the first time when Sue was seven, before going on to have their first child when Sue was 14 and Noel was 19.

They got married in 1993 when Sue turned 18, and went on to have nine children before Noel had a vasectomy – which he later had reversed.

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

Oldest siblings Chris, 31, and Sophie, 26, have moved out of the family home to start their own families.

Meanwhile, daughter Millie, 19, has now added to the brood with her daughter Ophelia, three months.

Chloe invited her followers to ask her anything and ‘make it interesting’, and children were something her fans were keen to know about. 

One follower asked: ‘I’m sure you will get this a few times how many kids do you want and when?.’ 

Chloe – whose younger sister Millie, 19, gave birth last year – replied: ‘Three max. Not for a few years yet though.’

Her two older siblings Chris, 31, and Sophie, 27, have already moved out and live with their partners and children of their own. 

This weekend, Chris revealed his partner Nicole was expecting their third child.

Posting on Instagram, the excited father shared a pictured of an ultrasound, writing: ‘So that’s baby number 3 cooking nicely, another little boy.’ 

The Radford’s other grandchildren include Daisy, eight, Ayprill, six, and Leo, five, who were born to their daughter Sophie, 27, and her husband Joe Broadley.

They also have Millie’s baby Ophelia, who lives with them in their home in Morecambe, Lancashire. 

Sue and Noel’s most recent child is Heidi, who was born in April last year, with the others being Chris, 31, Sophie, 27, Chloe, 25, Jack, 22, Daniel, 21, Luke, 19, Millie, 18, Katie, 17, James, 16, Ellie, 14, Aimee, 13, Josh, 12, Max, 11, Tillie, nine, Oscar, eight, Casper, seven, Hallie, four, Phoebe, three, Archie 2 and Bonnie, 1. 

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

Sue and Noel bought their house in 2004 for £240,000. 

With 22 kids living in the 10-bed former care home, they have done dozens of DIY projects to change the home over the years as different siblings grow up and share rooms.    

The family, who first found fame in 15 Kids and Counting in 2014, most recently starred in Channel 5’s 22 Kids and Counting.

The Radford children, pictured two years ago. Left to right, top row: Luke, Chloe, Mille, holding Hallie, Katie and Sophie. Left to right, middle row: Daniel, Ellie, father Noel Radford holding Phoebe, mother Sue holding Archie, Josh, and Jack. Left to right, bottom row: Aimee, Tilly, Max, Casper, Oscar, and James

In the four-part series this year, Sue revealed she spends £400 a year on school uniforms for her nine school-age children because ‘she doesn’t believe in hand-me-downs’ while the family also say they spend £400 a week on their food shop.

The family also can often serve up 56 sausages for BBQs, while a Mexican will set them back 5kg of chicken, 1kg of cheese and four packets of tortilla wraps. 

The family also eats 80 yoghurts a week, and goes through three tubes of toothpaste and 24 toilet rolls. 

The series also saw the family welcome their fifth grandchild, with Sue and Noel revealing they’ve spent more than £25,000 on prams over the years. 

The couple fund their family thanks to Noel’s pie shop and do not rely on benefits. They estimate they had spent £1million on their brood before the birth of their 22nd child Heidi, whom they said could be their last. 

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