Mothercare launches Peter Rabbit baby clothing line and it’s adorable

by Aimee Jakes |
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If there is anything sweeter than tiny socks and baby grows for your bub, it's teeny tiny socks with Peter Rabbit on.

Luckily Mothercare listened to our inward prayers and have launched a brand-new baby clothing range which plays homage to Beatrix Potter's infamous rabbit. It's the perfect collection to kit your new arrival in.

What's even better, is that prices start at just £5. Hare-raisingly good, right? Sorry.

Frombunny-emblazoned leggings to super small socks with Peter Rabbit embroidery, your little one can be the cutest bunny in all the land. There are also both pink and blue options available depending on your little one's favourite colour.


There are also gorgeous beige, knitted dungaree sets with Peter Rabbit embroidered on - prices starting at a purse-friendly £17.

You can even get your paws on Peter Rabbit jumper sets which cost £24.


Sizes for the baby clothes start at new baby, going up to 18 to 24 months.

Race you to the checkouts? You can view the full range here.

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