Mum-of-22 Sue Radford hits back at fans questioning how she affords luxury holidays
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Mum-of-22 and reality TV star Sue Radford has hit out at people who claim she and her family get free holidays, explaining how they pay for whatever they get.
A member of the family featured on 22 Kids and Counting – and it’s a big cast, obviously – Radford is often seen jetting off with her husband and various members of the family.
In fact, it recently caused a bit of family drama after one of their daughters seemed to complain that her children were left out of a trip to Disney, despite featuring heavily in the show.
She even seemed to suggest that the grandparents use their grandchildren for clout, although we couldn’t possibly comment on those rumours.
Anyway, the 48-year-old Radford matriarch recently did a question and answer session in which she said that she was ‘bored’ by getting asked the same questions over and over.
Of course, inviting more questions is the logical answer to that problem, isn’t it?
Just kidding, but Radford did try to clear one persistent query up during the Q&A.
One Instagram comment asked: "Did Tui let you have the holiday for free? For sure you ain't paid."
Radford clapped back: "Definitely not no, we paid for the whole trip."
Another said: "Where did the money come from to pay for this holiday?"
Radford simply posted a whole load of yawning emojis and wrote: “Really?”
Recently, the Radfords said that they’re going to be heading off to Miami for a while with some of the family, getting a massive villa together.
Just recently, they took some of the kids and grandkids to Walt Disney World in Florida, sharing a video online in which they told some of them that they’d be making the trip.
However, not all of the family was so impressed by that.
Millie, one of Sue and husband Noel’s elder daughters, wasn’t so keen on the idea.
Sharing a screenshot from the clip, she wrote: “Cute? But you’ve made money from all your grandchildren but you chose your favourites”.
She later added: “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 [bar] one ep."
The senior generation of Radfords later passed comment on that, stating that they didn’t want to be involved in ‘drama’.
Under the Facebook video, they wrote: “Thank you so much for all your comments the grandkids reaction was just so lovely and had us all crying.
“Please could we just not comment on Millie we are on holiday and don’t want all the drama."
Millie has since shared another cryptic post in which she said that people should only keep around those who ‘show up during the hard times’, as well as those who ‘reciprocate effort’, 'celebrate your good news’, and are 'willing to communicate’.
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