After enjoying what Disney had to offer, the Radford family headed to Universal Studios where parents Noel and Sue and their 14 children enjoyed some amazing hot dogs and had fun on the rides
Britain’s biggest family the Radfords continue to enjoy the Florida sunshine as they splashed around in the pool before taking in more theme parks and wolfing down some mega hot dogs.
After enjoying Disney, the clan headed for Universal Studios and it looks like they had plenty of fun.
After braving the chaos at Manchester Airport, Sue and Noel Radford along with 14 of their children flew out to America and have been keeping fans updated the whole way.
They dodged the huge delays at Manchester Airport and they landed earlier this week.
Today, the family’s twitter account posted more of the action-packed snaps with a handful of the kids splashing around at a water park.
Then it was off to Universal and they didn’t miss a moment as they went from ride to ride before enjoying the early evening parade.
The food looked good, too, with huge hot dogs and donuts going down a treat.
Mum of 22 Sue is loving every minute as the excitement levels of the family’s trip keep going up.
Earlier in the week they were at Disney and another post shows a bunch of pictures of the family enjoying their holiday with the caption: “A few pics from yesterday what an amazing day we had at Disney yesterday.”
One of the pictures shows girls Hallie and Phoebe in matching outfits smiling.
The pair had matching pink and white Mini Mouse t-shirts on and mini mouse ears. Other shows the family on rides and fireworks outside the castle at night.
One of the family’s fans told them: “Awwwh there like two peas in a pod 2 little beautys Ian glad Ur all having a fantastic time.” [sic]
Another said: “I just adore watching you & Noel with your lovely family. Beautiful to see all those happy smiling faces. My favorite place in the world I have so many precious memories. Continue having fun xx.”
A final post is a video compilation that shows the family, clearly enjoying themselves but being unable to remember half of the rides they’d been on as clearly the excitement was too much.
The caption reads: “We’re not very good at remembering the names of the rides.”