Many people know that celebs and influencers can be gifted holidays in exchange for publicity.
Even so the accusation has left a pretty well-known mum reeling after trolls suggested she bagged a family trip abroad due to her fame.
Mum-of-22 Sue Radford set the record straight after people claimed she snapped up a free trip to Florida by using her famous title.
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Sue and hubby Noel headed off on the trip with some of their children and grandchildren, and they told people all about it on their social media pages.
But Sue got more than she bargained for when she took part in a Q&A session when they returned home.
It was during the open chat that people were quick to question her about whether the family holiday was a freebie.
One person asked: "Was any part of the holiday gifted?", and she replied: "No, we paid for our holiday."
Then another chirped in with: "Did TUI let you have that holiday for free? For sure you ain't paid."
Sue responded to this person by saying: "Definitely not, no. We paid for the whole trip."
But people were keen to keep digging with questions, as another asked: "Where did the money come from to pay for this holiday?"
It was at this point the mum seemed particularly narked, as she wrote "Really" along with some yawning face emojis.
As part of the social media session Sue also told her followers how they can make holidays as budget-friendly as possible.
She advised people to hold off from booking flights until they come right down to the lowest price.
It was noted the family also stayed at an apartment on the Storey Lake complex, which is somewhere they had previously stayed, as opposed to booking a spot in Disney itself.
The family simply travelled to Disney each day to make the most of the theme park.
Sue wrote: "Parking was $25 (£20).
"You can park hop with that though if you drive to the next park.
"You can also leave the car and use the Disney tram."
An interested viewer then asked whether the mum thought it was viable to go to Disneyland on a budget.
And Sue said she thinks it's plausible to enjoy the holiday without splashing a lot of cash.
She added: "Yes I believe it can be done if you shop around for cheap flights.
"And you can also book the hotels on different sites so look at the prices of those.
"Also you can pay the park tickets off monthly too so that helps.
"Also taking a packed lunch into the parks will definitely save you a lot of money."
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