Here's a quick round-up of what some of your favourite celebrities have been pushing lately. As is the case with every item or product that celebrities own, Joe Public want to know so they can emulate it. So, what brands were hot over the past few years? What pushchairs were celebrities pushing?
Jessica Alba, Khloe Kardashian and Kyle Jenner - who both became mum for the first time in 2018 -, Jessica Biel, Eva Longoria and Miranda Kerr all appear to have been influenced by one another as they all toted one the hottest buggies on the market in 2018, the Nuna buggy. Varying in price, depending on the model, the Nuna can fetch anywhere between £250-£600. This Dutch brand launched back in 2007. New mums always look to seasoned mums for experienced and informed advice and celebrities are no exception to the rule.
Khloe and Kylie both proudly shared pictures of their new fashionable accessory, which most likely lead to sales on the Nuna products to increase given they have a total of 185 million followers between them. And it's no surprise why the mums are fans of it.
Following in the footsteps of fellow actress Rosamund Pike, Anne Hathaway, Kiera Knightley and Made in Chelsea star Binky Felstead went for the luxurious Cybex Priam which costs between £885-£1060; while Eddie Redmayne went for the trusted Babyzen Yoyo+ for his little one along with Portia Jett and Ore Oduba.
Pop star and regular on ITV's Loose Women talk show, Jamelia had her third daughter in 2017 and chose the modestly priced Cybex Cloud Q Plus at £240, bronze winner in the recent M&B Awards. Girls Aloud singer, Kimberly Walsh opted for the super ergonomically designed Doona at £299.99. McBusted drummer, Harry Judd, went for a more contemporary and slightly cheaper choice in the Joolz Geo, at £829. Abbey Clancey chose the iCandy Peach 3 for her baby girl, Liberty Rose, priced at £755.
In 2017, Geri Horner ne Halliwell splashed out a whopping £1,600 on the very traditional and regal Silver Cross Balmoral, when she had her baby boy, Montague. She soon followed that up with another model of the quintessentially British Silver Cross, the Surf. But not just any Surf would do for Geri's Monty, it had to be the limited edition Aston Martin version, priced at a whopping £3,000!