The Radfords warn fans against fake impostor accounts
The UK’s biggest family – The Radfords – have warned fans that imposters are impersonating them online.
The family, who star on Channel 5’s 22 Kids and Counting, have over a million fans on their official Facebook and Instagram pages.
And it seems that some people are trying to steal their success by creating fake accounts and impersonating them.
A post was shared on the family instagram accountwhich is usually run by mum Sue Radford, who has warned fans about imposters.
It read: “I just went through our messages and just want to say please don’t accept any friend requests from other accounts.
“I don’t have Facebook and haven’t had it for a very long time and all the other accounts that aren’t verified aren’t us.
“We only have one Facebook – The Radford family – and an Insta that is the same.”
The family are clearly concerned that fraudsters will try to target their fans.
Sue, her husband Noel and their 22 children have become household names due to their large family size.
People are often fascinated by daily family life when they share details about it online.
The family has no help from the government and makes a living by running their own bakery, brand deals and income from their TV show.
The clan recently got even bigger when Sue and Noel’s daughter, Millie Radford, gave birth to her second child.
The 20-year-old, who is Sue and Noel’s seventh child, welcomed her son on February 20 and announced the news on February 28.
Alongside a series of professional photos on Instagram, reality star Millie wrote, “Meet Chester Bleu, 20:02:2022 8lb 3oz.”
Millie is also the mother of a daughter Ophelia, born in 2020.
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