44-year-old Sue Redford and her husband, 48-year-old Noel, became parents again in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic – they had 22 children.
The most large parents of Great Britain Redford have been familiar since childhood, their firstborn appeared when a young mother was fourteen. In total, Sue spent a pregnant 800 weeks of her life – and commentators on social networks note how good the mother heroine looks.
Parents with many children keep their blogs on Instagram and Youtube – and fight back from ill-wishers who believe that raising so many children without infringing them and without depriving them of parental affection and attention is impossible.
Both parents – Sue and Noel – were left by their parents in infancy and later grew up in foster care. Hence, as they explain in the interview, their desire to raise as many children as possible in a complete, happy family.
Baby Heidi was born on April 5, 2020, 12 days ahead of schedule with a weight of 3.1 kg, healthy and very calm, according to her mother.