MILLIE Radford has shared adorable photos of her two children Ophelia and Chester – and revealed a very common struggle that most parents can relate to.
Dressed in a sweet babygrow, he can be seen kicking his legs as he sits propped up against two pillows on his mum’s bed.
Millie, 20, also shared a photo of daughter Ophelia, who will be turning two this September, but noted how capturing a sweet picture wasn’t quite as easy.
Revealing a struggle that many parents face, she quipped: “This took many attempts. I struggle to get pictures of Ophelia.”
The snaps comes just a month after Millie shared a closer look at her baby daddy on her social media.
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“Ma&Pa,” she captioned the sweet snap of herself and the man.
She’s never opened up about Ophelia’s father, but revealed in a video on the family’s YouTube channel that her ex isn’t currently a part of his daughter’s life.
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Sy het gese: “I’m not saying who he is because he’s completely out of our lives.
“He’s in a new relationship, we don’t have anything to do with each other.”
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Millie has previously spoken about how Chester made his big entrance into the world.
In die video, Millie showed how she had a water birth and shared adorable photos from after labour.
It also featured pictures of Chester being cuddled by proud big sister Ophelia, who was born in September 2020.
Sy onderskryf die clip: “Our two biggest blessings.”
Millie, who is one of 22 kids born to Sue, 46, and Noel, 51, Radford, wrote on Instagram: “Meet Chester Bleu.”
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Sue and Noel Radford are parents to Chris, 32, Sophie, 27, Chloe, 26, Jack, 24, Daniel, 22, Luke, 21, Millie, 20, Katie, 19, James, 18, Ellie, 16, Aimee, 15, Josh, 14, Maks, 12, Tillie, 11, is in Januarie oorlede, 10, Casper, nege, Hallie, ses, Phoebe, vyf, Archie, vier, Bonnie, drie, and Heidie, een.
The family are very clear that they don’t take any support from the government, but instead rely on the income from Noel’s bakery business to pay for their massive brood.