The celeb-loved Doona car seat and stroller has up to £60 off for a limited time only

Celebs and Doona

by Eleanor Weaver |
Updated on

If celebrities and influencers are flocking to a product, you know it's a good one - especially if it's designed to carry their precious newborns and bubbas. We've spotted the Doona car seat and pram being used by the likes of model Emma Louise Connolly, Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh, and singer and presenter Rochelle Humes.

And right now it's available with up to £60 off in the Black Friday sales.

What is so special about the Doona car seat and stroller?

Unlike most other travel systems, the Doona offers a revolutionary type of compact fold; the stroller can fold into a car seat that your little one can use in the car and on flights too. With one simple motion, you can switch between a stroller and car seat in seconds with all the necessary safety features needed to keep your baby safe on the road. A safe and practical solution for parents on the go, it saves you from needing to disturb a sleeping baby and is easy to carry when going upstairs, travelling on public transport, or nipping to a friend's house.

It's no surprise it's a favourite with celebs who are constantly on the move and jumping in and out of taxis with their little one in the big city.

It's worth keeping in mind that this is a great compact option to have alongside a regular full-size stroller as it's not recommended to keep your baby in a car seat for longer than two hours.

What the celeb mums say about the Doona

We recently caught up with mumfluencer and bestselling author, Louise Pentland, who shared why the Doona buggy was one of her favourite mum buys. "It's a car seat that turns into a buggy without you having to faff around with a chassis and clipping something in and clipping something out, the whole body folds down into a car seat that you click into your car and it is the best thing ever."

In her Instagram stories, Emma Louise Connolly shared, “We live in London so it’s perfect for nipping from A-B in the car & not waking her up to transfer into a buggy/buggy frame. I wouldn’t put her in here for a long time because it doesn’t recline but it’s SO great for short, quick trips. And she loves it!”

We've also spotted it being used by presenter and model Vogue Williams, who said on her Instagram stories, "this is the best buggy ever. If you don't have one, it's a car seat and a buggy in one and it is the best thing for travelling."

Save £50 on the Doona Liki Trike S5

But it's not just the Doona car seat - you can also save £50 on the Doona Liki Trike S5. A favourite with Charlotte Dawson for her son Noah and spotted with othe celebrities such as American actress Shay Mitchell, actor Bradley Cooper, and TV star Billie Faiers.

Noah riding Doona
©Charlotte Dawson/ Instagram

Perfect for jet-setters and families that love to travel, it's more than just a trike; it also happens to be the smallest folding trike on the market. It can be packed down in seconds to fit easily in a packed boot or to fit in the overhead storage on a flight.

Shop the Doona car seat and stroller

Save £60
Doona Infant Car Seat Limited Edition Midnight
Price: £339 (was £399)

Save £45
Doona Infant Car Seat, Urban Grey
Price: £284 (was £329.99)

Save £45
 Doona Infant Car Seat Desert Green
Price: £284 (was £329)

Shop the Doona Liki Trike S5

Save £50
Doona Liki Trike S5
Price: £199 (was £249)

Save £50
Doona Liki Trike S5, Racing Green Deluxe
Price: £199 (was £249)

Just so you know, whilst we may receive a commission or other compensation from the links on this website, we never allow this to influence product selections - read why you should trust us
How we write our articles and reviews
Mother & Baby is dedicated to ensuring our information is always valuable and trustworthy, which is why we only use reputable resources such as the NHS, reviewed medical papers, or the advice of a credible doctor, GP, midwife, psychotherapist, gynaecologist or other medical professionals. Where possible, our articles are medically reviewed or contain expert advice. Our writers are all kept up to date on the latest safety advice for all the products we recommend and follow strict reporting guidelines to ensure our content comes from credible sources. Remember to always consult a medical professional if you have any worries. Our articles are not intended to replace professional advice from your GP or midwife.