Britain’s biggest family, the Radfords, have shown off their swanky renovated bathroom on Instagram.
Mum-of-22 Sue and her husband Noel, from Lancashire, live in a massive 10-bedroom former care home in Morecambe.
And, they recently updated their family bathroom.
Sue showed off the new look on her Instagram page, reports the Mirror.
The snaps flaunted the stylish exposed timber beams, sleek brown cabinets, light up mirror and stand alone tub.
The matching furnishings and glossy tiles make the room look like something out of a magazine.
Or, even a posh hotel!
The tiles are a subtle brown marble which adds to the high end feel and compliments the rustic beams and windows.
Sue said: “Our new bathroom is finally finished. I absolutely love it.
“We just need a new light and to get all the accessories for it which I’m a bit rubbish at choosing.
“But I’m definitely thinking a plant at the back and of the room. Any idea on accessories please share.”
The couple have previously revealed that they’ve spent over £1million raising their gargantuan family.
But, they’ve still managed to splash out on luxuries including costly holidays and a £30,000 Range Rover.
The Radfords don’t claim benefits from the government and instead live off of the proceeds of Noel’s bakery and their TV show.
The Radford Pie company, which is located near their family home, has recently expanded and caters for online orders made from around the UK.
The majority of the Radford family live together in the former care home – the doting parents plus 18 of their kids and granddaughter Ophelia.
The other kids that live in the house are Jack, 23; Daniel, 21; Luke, 20; Millie, 19; Katie, 18; James, 17; Ellie, 15; Aimee, 14; Josh, 13; Max, 11; Tillie, 10; Oscar, nine; Casper, eight; Hallie, six; Phoebe, five; Archie, three, Bonnie, two; and baby Heidie.
Eldest children Chris, 31, Sophie 26, and Chloe, 25, have freed up a bit of space at the house by flying the nest.
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