Millie Radford accuses her mum-of-22 of making money out of grandkids
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In a family social media dispute, Millie Radford has accused her mum-of-22 of 'making money out of her grandkids'.
For those not in the know, the Radford's are Britain's biggest family, with Sue and Noel at the forefront of it.
In recent years, they have also become the stars of Channel 5 reality TV show 22 Kids and Counting, which follows the Radford's daily lives.
This ranges from running everyday errands, the understandably chaotic dinner and breakfast times, and more bigger events such as birthdays.
The reality TV show is actually not the only way fans can get a look into the Radford's chaotic lives, as they also have a family YouTube channel.
But a video uploaded to this YouTube channel recently has brought a bit of a dispute within the family - one that has escalated on social media.
In the video, Sue and Noel surprise some of their grandchildren with a fantastic trip to Disney World in Florida, US, with Noel even dressing up as Mickey Mouse to mark the occasion.
Daisy, Ayprill and Leo were the three grandchildren to be surprised with the trip to the US - the children of the Radford's eldest daughter Sophie.
But one of the Radford's younger daughters, Millie, 22, has claimed that her own children, Ophelia and Chester, were not part of the surprise and were gifted nothing.
Millie reposted the video on her Instagram account, where in an explosive message she accused her parents of making 'money' from her grandchildren and that they are picking their 'favourites'.
"Cute? But you’ve made money from all your grandchildren but choose your favourites," she wrote.
"Said my piece, I recall my kids being in the whole 22 Kids and Counting – not a single sight viewing of the rest in there. bare 1 ep."
Tyla has reached out to the reps of the Radford family for comment.
Prior to the filming of season four, the family issued a statement to fans thanking them for all their support and said they were taking a 'well earned break' ahead of a busy schedule of recording.
Though, having that many children surely having a 'well earned break' is not even a possibility.
Anyway, I digress. Taking to social media, the family said: "We just want to say a huge thank you for all the love and support you’ve shown throughout our series, we truly appreciate each and every comment and message we’ve received so thank you.
"We are currently having a well earned little break from filming before heading into filming series 4 which we are very excited about."