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.

We've seen everything from tea-time fun to a DIY haircut fail – and mum-of-22 Sue giving birth to a baby girl in April.

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 set comes with loads of seats for the family
The set comes with loads of seats for the family

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.

It was shared on the family Instagram account
It was shared on the family Instagram account

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."

The Radford family live in Morecambe, Lancashire
The Radford family live in Morecambe, Lancashire

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.