Britain’s biggest family the Radfords brazenly show off super-sized Christmas decorations following spending criticism

THEY faced criticism for their spending just a few days ago.

But the trolling hasn't stopped the Radfords showing off their super-sized Christmas decorations – including three trees, 25 stockings and hundreds of baubles.

Sue and Noel Radford took to YouTube to share a vlog about decorating their "millionaire mansion" for the holidays.

The lengthy video began with Noel explaining that his wife had to swap a tree she brought online for a smaller one as it wouldn't fit in their living room, but they'd settled on the perfect sized tree for their home.

"We’ve just been back to swap the Christmas tree that Sue got online – it was too big so this one will actually fit in the living room now," he said, while videoing the damage the recent storms had caused to their garden.

Then it was time to get stuck into the decorating, with all the children doing their bit to help out.

As well as a largely pink tree in their kitchen, the main Christmas tree was in the dining room, on which they put red and white baubles, as well as the kids' homemade ones.

There were also baubles for their son Alfie, who was stillborn in 2014, and for their parents who have passed on.

The vlog also showed a rainbow coloured Christmas tree, which appeared to be set to go in one of the mansion's many bedrooms, with Sue exclaiming that she would "do them another day".

In addition to the tree in the living room, the fireplace was adorned with 25 stockings – which Sue had to go and buy after managing to lose the other ones she had.

"How do you lose 25 stockings?" she sighed.

There were also several light up ornaments in the living room, while Sue said she was planning to put a garland on the grand staircase.

As the camera flashed to the staircase, a large Nutcracker model could also be seen – with its position in the house yet to be decided.

The lavish display of decorations comes less than a week after the Radfords were criticised for showing off their wealth in a video about getting a £750 mattress for one of her kids' rooms.

"Disgusting waste of money, you should remember where you came from and start giving back instead of flaunting your ‘wealth'," one troll wrote.

“Are people so blind not to see that you’ve taken advantage of freebies, cause no amount of pies would be enough to cover the expensive items you’ve been bragging about.

“Seriously so many people are homeless and starving.”

Incensed, Sue shared a screenshot of the comment on her Instagram stories where she responded to the cruel comments.

She wrote: “Oh I do, we’ve worked extremely hard to get to where we are now.

“I think people forget that we don’t just have our bakery, we also work very hard on our media company and filming for our new program just like lots of other ‘influencers.’

“I hate that word but most YouTubers don’t also run a very successful business.”

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