By Rexford okwesili
The 37-year-old supermum now has nine sons and seven daughters since welcoming little Casper into the world just over a month ago – in a labour that took just 16 minutes.
But incredibly, being Britain’s biggest family alone is not enough for Sue, who told husband Noel as soon as she came home from hospital: ‘I want another.’
The couple, who together run a bakery in Morecambe, Lancashire, are completely self-sufficient and receive no state benefits.
They live in a nine-bedroom former care home in the town which has an industrial-sized washing machine and a giant fridge to keep the mountains of food the family get through every day.
Food costs the couple £250 a week. Each day the family eats three loaves of bread, two boxes of cereal and 18 pints of milk while an average supper can include 16 pork chops, 15lbs of potatoes, three cabbages and 30 carrots.
‘I just love being a mummy. We are so lucky,’ Sue told The Sun. ‘I get very emotional when I see the children all together.