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Brave father of 22 Noel Radford finally faces his biggest fear during the epic family holiday in 22 Kids and Counting

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But doing so in front of your 22 kids takes it to the next level.

Noel Radford can be seen overcoming his fear of horses in the latest episode of 22 Kids and Counting

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Noel Radford can be seen overcoming his fear of horses in the latest episode of 22 Kids and CountingCredit: Channel 5
Despite his fears, Noel looks confident in the animal during a family break-in in the Scottish Highlands

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Despite his fears, Noel looks confident in the animal during a family break-in in the Scottish HighlandsCredit: Channel 5

That’s what Noel Radford discovered as he fought to overcome his fear of horses on a family holiday to the Scottish Highlands.

In the latest episode of TV show 22 Kids and Counting, which airs on Wednesday night, the entire family is seen riding horses, with Noel admitting he feels a bit apprehensive about the excursion.

“They’re not mine. I’ve never been particularly fond of them,” he sighed.

When he reached the stables, he was stunned by the horses he and his wife Sue were gifted with, as he said to his other half, “Mine is taller than yours!”

“Honestly, I don’t expect to get there,” he added. “It’s going to be like a push-bike – you can tiptoe on the floor.”

He also revealed exactly where his phobia comes from, explaining: “When I was a kid, I was bitten by a donkey and it wouldn’t let go, so my mother had to smack it with a plate. wooden plank let it drop..

“And it’s just been since then, it hasn’t made me.”

But despite his fears, Noel managed to get on his horse – known as the Boss – and the whole family enjoyed a relaxing hack around the Highlands.

However, it was Phoebe, five, who enjoyed the activity the most, as she asked Sue as soon as she left the animal, “Mom, can you buy me a pony?”

“This is great, everyone can do the same thing,” Noel grinned, and Sue added: “And they all had a completely brilliant time.”

Before the excursion, Noel admitted his fear stemmed from being bitten by a donkey as a child

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Before the excursion, Noel admitted his fear stemmed from being bitten by a donkey as a childCredit: Channel 5
He looked nervous as he and Sue were shown the horses they were going to ride, with the name of his Boss

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He looked nervous as he and Sue were shown the horses they were going to ride, with the name of his BossCredit: Channel 5

Later in the episode, the family has to return home after Millie’s daughter Ophelia drops to a temperature of 39.3 degrees.

After their motorcade returned home, Noel immediately hugged Ophelia and exclaimed, “Isn’t she that hot?”

Millie admits that Ophelia is much better than her, since she only wears diapers all day.

And despite having fun and creating memories of their Scottish vacation, Sue ends the episode by cheerfully saying, “We’re home! Woo hoo. I’m just getting ready to lay in my bed. “

Speaking of the Radfords, The final episode sees the family shrinking as Millie and Ophelia move out.

Fans were in tears when Luke transforms into a bisexual in love scenes.

And Noel suffered a His fear of health led his children to beg him not to die.

Noel and Sue Radford cook breakfast for Britain’s largest family… including 48 sausages for their 22 children

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