SUE Radford insists she won't be stockpiling for her 21 kids amid coronavirus fears – and urges Brits to "think about the vulnerable and elderly".
As the head of Britain's biggest family, the pregnant mum is something of an expert on huge food hauls – spending around £350 on her own weekly shop.
But she says it's unfair for people to wipe the supermarket shelves dry – after coronavirus fears led to a wave of panic buying.
Posting on her Instagram stories, in a message to her 229,000 followers, Sue said: "No stock piling for us I wish people would think about the vulnerable and elderly it's just getting ridiculous."
Sue, 44, then posted the eye rolling emoji, followed by: "really think the supermarkets have been so irresponsible allowing this to happen #thinkaboutothers #dontgostupid".
Sue, whose baby is due in three weeks, lives at home with husband Noel, 49, and 18 of their kids including daughter Millie, 18, who's also pregnant.
Her eldest kids, Chris, 30, and Sophie, 26, have both left home – while Sophie now has her own kids Daisy, six, Ayprill, four, and Leo, two.
The family live in a 10-bed former care home in Morecambe, Lancs, which they bought for £240,000 in 2004 and have recently done up.
Today, the health secretary said families could face food rationing if shoppers continue to panic-buy.
But one mum-of-eight revealed how she was confronted and called "greedy" at the tills – when she was just doing her weekly shop.
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