The Radford family first shot to fame in 2012 when their lives were the focus of a Channel 4 documentary.
In recent months during the lockdown, parents Sue and Noel have made sure to keep their children occupied at home.
Now onto the family's house, a former care home in Morecambe, Lancashire, the parents have bought a new addition.
The parents recently purchased a new incredible garden furniture range – and it fits all the kids.
Posting to their 303,000 followers on Instagram, the Radfords shared an image of the seats.
The caption read: "Loving our new outdoor Samoa garden furniture range from @lifestylegardenfurniture.
"It's the perfect outdoor dining space for our family."
The Samoa range feature PVC free and recycled or recyclable materials all manufactured in a sustainable way.
In the family's post, it looks as though the household has two separate seating areas.
There's one which includes 8 chairs and a table, while the other comes with a cornered seating area.
Since the family posted it on their account, it garnered 12,400 likes.
One fan gushed: "Looks lovely!"
Another added: "Looks amazing."
Previously, the family showed off their DIY skills by building a garden bar in three days.
It had everything from a neon Bud Light sign to a last orders bell.
Daughter Chloe spotted the idea on Facebook then asked her dad Noel and brother James to help build it.
They sourced the materials from Wickes – with Noel adding bar accessories from a collection he started as a child.