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Britain's biggest family The Radfords go all-out when celebrating their children’s birthdays.

Even though parents Sue and Noel Radford have 22 kids, they make sure every child celebrates their big day with piles of presents and lots of treats.

Its tradition for the supersized family to gather in their living room to open presents together, reports the Daily Star.

The couple, who don't rely on benefits, spend an estimated £30,000 a year bringing up their children – including birthday and Christmas gifts.

While the Morecambe-based parents budget around £100 per child for each of their kids' birthdays, they seem to have upped the ante this year.

The parents behind Britain's biggest family want to make sure every child feels special on their big day

When Hallie turned six this week, she was handed a huge haul of presents – estimated to cost more than £150.

Her gifts included a Barbie colour reveal doll that’s worth £16 and £7 Twisty Petz Cuddlez unicorn toy.

Hallie also received £19.99 sparkly unicorn headphones.

But her biggest gift was a towering box held a toy ice cream van and doughnut fryer – worth a whopping £129.99.

Hallie has just celebrated her sixth birthday

Mum Sue, 45, fancies herself as a "demon wrapper" and is the one in charge of wrapping and hiding the kids' pressies.

But Noel, a professional baker who runs his own bakery, usually whips up the birthday cake at the family house, which used to be a care home.

More than 51,000 people have liked the Radford family’s post sharing pictures of Hallie's big day since it was shared on Saturday.

One commenter said: “Hallie is such a sweetheart. She is so lovely.

“I loved watching her patiently opening the gifts.”

The Radford family have 22 children, although three have now flown the nest

Another remarked: “Happy birthday Hallie – beautiful children all of them.”

And a third added: “I can’t believe Hallie is 6 already! Happy belated birthday sweetheart.”

Noel, 50, and Sue, 46, live with their children Jack, 24; Daniel, 22; Luke, 20; Millie, 19; Katie, 18; James, 17; Ellie, 16; Aimee, 15; Josh, 13; Max, 12; Tillie, 11; Oscar, nine; Casper, eight; Hallie, six; Phoebe, four; Archie, three; Bonnie, two; and Heidie, one.

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Their elder children Chris, 31; Sophie, 27; Chloe, 25; have flown the nest, but the household remains to be a huge one.

Since moving out, her parents have urged Chloe to take things slowly with her boyfriend Jake, and to live with him and his mum before buying a house.

Hallie opening of her presents on her big day

Sue and Noel already have also revealed their are expecting their seventh grandchild.

The new baby will be born to Chris, who already has two children, Maisie, three, and Jacob, one, in September.

Sue and Noel’s other grandkids are Daisy, eight, Ayprill, six, and Leo, five, who were born to their daughter Sophie, 27, and her husband Joe Broadley.

Birthday cuddles after the present opening has finished

And every birthday, Sue visits the grave of her seventeenth child Alfie, who was sadly stillborn in 2014.

Sue wrote: "Happy 5th birthday to our beautiful boy Alfie. I know you’ll be having a lovely party with your grandad up in the cloud.

"I would give anything to hold you again and kiss your beautiful lips. We love you Alfie always and forever."