Chloe Radford admits she wants ‘3 kids max’ after being raised with 21 siblings

Chloe Radford, 25, is the third eldest child of Sue and Noel Radford – and is one of 22 siblings.

However, she’s explained that she’ll be having “three kids max” and not following in her mum’s footsteps as the parent of an enormous brood.

As part of Britain’s biggest family, Chloe has featured in several documentary series’ about living in such a big household.

The young influencer, who has 56.7k followers on Instagram, @itschloeradford_makeup, posted her intent to have a smaller family on her Stories.

In a Q&A last night, the make up artist invited her fans to ask her anything “and make it interesting”.

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One poster asked: "I'm sure you will get this a few times how many kids do you want and when".

Chloe, who's younger sister Millie, 19, gave birth to baby Ophelia last year, replied: “Three max.

“Not for a few years yet though".

The young woman’s elder siblings, Chris, 31, and Sophie, 27, also have children and no longer live in the family home – an enormous ex-care home in Morecambe

Followers asked Chloe whether she wanted to move out soon.

She replied: "Yesss currently saving for my own place.

"Hopefully end of this year / beginning of next I'm aiming for.”

Chloe also said that if she had to go into isolation with just one of her brothers or sisters, it would be "Millie 100%".

The make up artist revealed that she didn’t “know dates” for the latest documentary on her mammoth family but "as soon as we do we'll let you all know! Hopefully not too much longer".

The young Radford said she has been working at the pie shop her father, Noel, owns and feels “lucky” to still be able to work.

She’s also loved up with her boyfriend – and is hoping for a proposal.

When a fan asked if wedding bells were in the future she said: “I hope so, my hands looking a little bare isn’t it?”

She tagged her beau in the snap so who knows if he'll take the hint!

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