Mum, 51, with 16 kids wants to keep having more babies until she can’t conceive

A mum with 16 kids claims she's not stopping there as she's keen to expand her family.

Jeni Bonell, 51, is "blessed" to have such a huge brood and isn't planning on stopping anytime soon.

She runs a YouTube channel with her husband Ray which gives fans an insight into their lives.

The parent, who is part of "Australia's largest family", was asked whether she would have anymore kids in her latest video.

Replying to the question, Jeni said: "We would love more kids. It hasn't quite happened yet, but we would love more.

"We are very happy with what we've got, we are very open to having more.

"Eventually, age and that next season of life will prevent that, but there is always hope."

She added: "If it happens, it happens. If it doesn't, it doesn't, we're happy either way.

"We will keep having babies until we can't have babies anymore."

Jeni explained how pregnancy has been a huge part of her life as she and her husband love expanding their family.

The couple have been married for 32 years and it costs them nearly $500 AUD (£265) a week to feed their brood.

She admitted: "It's fun. There are a lot of sacrifices that come with having a family this size, but for us, it's right.

"For a lot of other people it might not be.

"But we put 100% into raising our kids and into our family life so for us it's perfect."

And there is at least one downside to having such a large family.

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Recently the mum explained her clever hack which lets her feed the kids without any washing up.

The full-time mum laid down some paper and spread a huge pile of chips on it along with a bowl of dipping sauce.

With the kids sat around the feast they can all reach the food without the need for 16 individual plates.

She captioned the post online: "Lunch. Just fed the kids."

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