The Radford family found fame with the Channel 5 show 22 Kids and Counting and post regular social media updates and behind-the-scenes of their lives.

When asked: “Where does your money come from to pay for this holiday?” the Lancashire-based mum responded with several yawning face emojis with the line “Really” and another face palm emoji.

Another said: “Did Tui let you have holiday for free? For sure you ain’t paid!” To which Sue responded: “Definitely not no, we paid for the whole trip.”

She answered yet another question which read: “Was any part of the holiday gifted,” again confirming: “No we paid for our holiday.”

The parents of the large family often visit Disneyland and share the children’s excited “We are going to see Mickey!” reactions.

The holiday comes a few days after the youngest daughter, Heidie’s third birthday, on April 3.

Following the trip, Sue shared that she was “already having Disney blues” and that they weren’t sure when they would return but “hopefully not long”.

She uploaded images of the tired children stating: “The Disney effect. Worn out kids that have had the best day/best holiday ever according to Casper. (sic)

“Also how cute. Hallie is cuddling Bonnie and Heidie somehow managed to end up with her head at the leg end by the time we got to the car.” (sic)

She later posted a fireworks display before the Magic Castle attraction, commenting: “Happily ever after was just the most amazing display ever.

I remember this being on the very first time we came and I’m so glad it’s back.” (sic)

Sue also shared a hilarious video of Heidie’s reaction as she didn’t want to go home.

The third eldest, Chloe, 27, who gave birth last summer, also thanked her parents for the trip and said she was “Gutted that it’s over”.

However, some audiences have been divided by their spending, especially as the large family travelled to various Disney locations three times prior in April, September and December.

In 2022 alone, the mother-of-22 shared 11 holidays, including a lavish New York shopping spree and a trip to the Maldives.

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In addition to sponsorship and advert deals, Sue and Noel fund their lifestyle by running a pie business in Lancashire.

When asked about their trip, Sue revealed that it was not for the show but that fans could look forward to the series four filming, which would begin in a few weeks.

To fans, they also revealed their favourite rides, such as Tron, Slinky Dog, Expedition Everest and Tower of Terror.

Many fans also asked about their Disability Access Scheme (DAS) experience, which Sue revealed had been quickly confirmed by the team at Disney.

Last year, the family shared an update on the show about daughter Tilly, 12, whose leg underwent a procedure in September 2019 to lengthen it after the limb stopped growing.

Max Radford, 11, was also diagnosed with mild autism in 2021.

Morecambe-based Sue and Noel are also parents to Chris, 33; Sophie, 29; Chloe, Jack, 25; Daniel, 24; Millie, 23; Luke, 22; Katie, 20; James, 19 and Ellie, 17.

They also have younger children Aimee, 16; Josh, 15; Max, 14; Tillie, Oscar, 11; Casper, 10; Hallie, seven; Phoebe, six; Archie, five; and Bonnie, four.

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