Britain’s biggest family have been busy turning their home into a wintry wonderland.
Noel and Sue Radford got into the festive spirit last night by giving their dining table a festive makeover.
To mark the start of advent, the parents of 22 kids prepared a North Pole breakfast for their little ones.
The Christmassy brekkie will kick-start the Elf on the Shelf tradition that's surged in popularity in recent years.
This involves moving the elf for every December day in the lead up to the 25th.
Not only does it get children excited for Christmas, it also ensures they're on their best behaviour before Santa arrives.
Last night, the Radfords covered their table with a festive tablecloth.
They also added crackers, balloons, Christmassy napkins and Santa-themed paper plates.
To munch on, the parents bought in some chocolatey pastry, crumpets and sugar cookies.
Sue snapped a picture of the fun table spread and posted it with her 334,000 Instagram followers.
She captioned the image: “The elves are back. #NorthPoleBreakfast #ElfOnTheShelf #ExcitedKids.”
The post has garnered 10,100 likes in a matter of hours – and many think the festive brekkie is a great idea.
One responder gushed: “Wow. Looks brilliant!”
Another said: “Love it – looks great! Can’t wait to see all the antics.”
A third wrote: “Absolutely beautiful. Lucky children.”
And a fourth joked: “I want to live at your house.”
We can expect even more festive posts from Britain’s biggest family in the coming weeks.
The Radfords always have Christmas down to a tee.
Noel and Sue have to be very well organised to cater for all of their children.
They reside with 19 of their kids at home – including Millie and baby Ophelia.
The other kids that live in the house are Chloe, 25; Jack, 23; Daniel, 21; Luke, 20; Katie, 18; James, 17; Ellie, 15; Aimee, 14; Josh, 13; Max, 11; Tillie, 10; Oscar, nine; Casper, eight; Hallie, five; Phoebe, four; Archie, three, Bonnie, two; and baby Heidie.
Eldest sprogs Chris, 31, and Sophie 26, have freed up a bit of space at the house by flying the nest.
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