'My Heather is lazy' says mum-of-11 Heather Frost's Gloucestershire dad
JOBLESS Heather Frost, 34, has been branded 'lazy' by her own dad who said she has too many children.
The Churchdown mum-of-11 is moving into a £400,000 taxpayer funded six-bedroom 'mansion' in Tewkesbury.
But her dad Royston Frost, 72, from Tewkesbury, said his daughter should have "got off her backside" and found employment.
Royston, who worked from the age of 14 until he retired five years ago, said: "I didn't tell my youngest daughter to have 11 kids.
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"I tried to stop her at five but you can never tell her what to do, she don't listen to nobody.
"Since she had her first when she was 15, she hasn't been able to work because she's had to look after all them kids.
"She should have got off her backside and got a job like the rest of us.
"I can't stand what she's become. She's lazy – I didn't raise her to be lazy."
Roy does not believe his daughter should move into the new six-bed property, but reckons her current house would be suitable with some alterations.
He said: "What they should do is, the council should properly make those two houses into one, and give the £400,000 house to a family that really needs it."
Dad-of-three Roy worked as a farm labourer before joining the RAF, when he was 20.
He spent five years in the armed forces, and three years serving as an aircraftsman at a base in China. Roy said: "She's on all the benefits she can get.
"She said she wouldn't have any more kids after Tilly, but that's not true. She would have had as many as she could.
"Don't get me wrong, she's a good mum and her kids are always clean – she just has too many of them."
It has also emerged Heather once rented a £1,000-per-month stone cottage in Upper Lydbrook, in the Forest, which was a former vicarage.