Sue Radford, the mum of Britain's biggest family, has revealed she won’t be having any more children.
The Radfords, who recently welcomed their 22nd child, used their YouTube channel to clarify rumours on whether they plan to expand the family even more.
The family were hosting a Q&A on the streaming platform on Tuesday in which Instagram users posed questions for them to answer.
When asked if they were considering adding to their brood, Sue responded: “This is literally the most asked question ever.
“Every other question was ‘Will you be having another baby?’
“And the answer is no!
“So yes, definitely no more for us. We are 100% done.”
In order to emphasise that the family wouldn’t be welcoming another baby, Sue’s husband Noel added: “Done, Done, Done.”
Earlier this year Sue revealed she was finding her 22nd pregnancy “stressful” as a result of the position of her unborn baby's placenta.
She revealed she had an anterior placenta, which means the placenta sits in front of the baby rather than behind.
The newest addition to the supersized family, Heidi Rose, made her arrival on 3 April, weighing in at 7lbs (3.1kg), but the family revealed in the Q&A that they’d had some trouble deciding on a name and was almost given an entirely different moniker.
“I actually got a Baby Grow with ‘welcome to the world Lottie’ on it because I was really convinced we were going to call her Lottie,” Sue Radford revealed.
“We weren't, somebody was,” Noel added.
To which Sue replied: “I was, I really liked it. You did like it!” to which Noel confirmed he did.
Another name that the family considered was Penelope.
The family were also asked what they would have named the new baby if she had been a boy, and it seems the most likely moniker would have been Arlo.
“I really like the name Arlo,” Sue revealed.
Fans of the family will be pleased to note that the Radfords will soon be starring in a new TV show.
“We’re filming for a series at the moment,” Sue revealed, with Noel adding that it will be a three-part series.
“We started filming but everything that has been filmed has been by us,” Noel said. “They sent all the big cameras, the tripod, the Go-Pros, everything and all the interviews have been done via Zoom.
“I’ve been doing the filming, Luke’s done a bit of the filming so I think when it does go on the telly you will definitely notice it’s not been done professionally.”
“Watch this space,” Sue added. “We’re not sure when it will be shown. It might be end of the year, beginning of next year.”
Later Sue revealed how different it was being filmed by someone else and doing the filming themselves.
The littlest Radford, Heidi Rose joined siblings Chris, 30, Sophie, 26, Chloe, 24, Jack, 22, Daniel, 21, Luke, 19, Millie, 18, Katie, 17, James, 16, Ellie, 14, Aimee, 13, Josh, 12, Max, 11, Tillie, nine, Oscar, eight, Casper, seven, Hallie, four, Phoebe, three, Archie two, and Bonnie Raye, 17 months.
Tragically, one of the family’s children, named Alfie, was stillborn in 2014.