The UK's biggest family shared their morning routine as the kids went back to school last week.

Sue and Noel Radford are parents to 22 children who live in a former foster care home in Morecambe, Lancashire.

Now getting ready for school can be a task for two kids, so how would it go down with such a big brood?

In a YouTube video to their 214,000 subscribers, the Radford family showed off their manic routine.

It started off with Sue dragging the five kids out of bed, including Phoebe who was prepping for her first day at reception.

She said: "They're off to school today. We've got Tilly, Oscar, Casper, Hallie, and of course it's Phoebe's first day at school today."

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The uniform are folded neatly on the sofa
The uniform are folded neatly on the sofa

Sue continued: "And they've all slept in. So I'm going to have to go and get them up."

In the video, the parent shows off the piles of uniforms neatly folded on the sofa ready for the kids.

As her brood finally get ready, Sue takes a photo of Phoebe all geared up for her first day.

Then as they walk out, Casper tells his mum he's going to miss her, while Oscar is excited to see his pals.

Phoebe was so excited for her first day of school
Phoebe was so excited for her first day of school

And as it's been a long time since the children have gone to school, it looks as though they've forgotten the route.

Sue asked: "Have you forgotten which way school is? It's been a long time hasn't it."

Unfortunately, the drop-off faced a slight mishap as Sue returned back to school where she left the camera in her daughter's bag.

She added: "I left the camera in Hallie's book bag. I got home and thought I've left the camera."

The Radfords are the UK's biggest family
The Radfords are the UK's biggest family

Sue detailed: "What a nightmare, I had to ring them.

"See, I have too many things on my mind. I forget I have the camera."

Although many children have faced months without school, for Tilly it's been nearly a year.

Noel revealed: "That's Tilly back to school for the first time in pretty much a year."

He added: "She went back for a few weeks I think it was October, November time last year.

"And that's when she fell over and hurt her leg so she had to pack in school again.

"I've got to say she's so pleased and so happy to be getting back, getting back to a more normal life.

"Bit odd, we had to queue up to get into school. Just glad to get back to a bit more normal."

And the kids certainly had a treat to come back to after school as Phoebe enjoyed an ice lolly.

Sue explained how her daughter only went in for an hour-and-a-half and says she was "no problem at all".

Talking about the other brood, the mum says most "went in fine" despite a few tears.

The mum added: "She [Hallie] grabbed hold of my leg... we could see that she was starting to put her head down and starting to cry."