Which pushchairs do celebrity mums pick?

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by Sophie Knight |
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Picking your pushchair is one of the biggest decisions a pregnant woman faces. Well, in the shopping world anyway.

There’s plain or colourful. Classic or techy. And don’t forget lightweight, three wheels and doubles. Phew!

You can read M&B’s Pushchair reviews, but for inspiration, check out which baby wheels these famous mums (and dads) went for.


Celeb mums favourite pushchairs

Binky Felstead with Cybex Priam pram, £8501 of 21

1) Binky Felstead, Cybex Priam, £850

Our favourite Made In Chelsea star Binky looks as stylish as ever pushing baby girl India in her Cybex pram.

India is Binky's first child with on-off-on-off-on-again-we-think boyfriend JP, and we can't get enough of their antics on their MIC-spin off show, 'Binky and JP’s Baby: Born in Chelsea'.

Danny Jones with Joolz Geo 2 pushchair, £8492 of 21

2) Georgia and Danny Jones, Joolz Geo 2, £249

Georgia and her McFly/McBusted husband Danny recently welcomed their first baby, Cooper Alf, in January 2018; here, Danny is getting his practice in with their new Joolz pram before their baby boy arrived.

Good idea Danny - prams are a million times more fiddly once the baby arrives!

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3) Jamelia, Cybex Cloud Q Plus, £240

Pop star and regular on ITV's Loose Women talk show, Jamelia had her htird daughter in 2017. The Cybex Cloud Q Plus won a bronze in the M&B Awards, so it's no wonder it's Jamelia's first choice.

Portia Jett with Babyzen YOYO+, £3354 of 21

4) Portia Jett and Ore Oduba, Babyzen YOYO+, £335

Portia Jett and Strictly Come Dancing champion from 2016, Ore Oduba, welcomed their first baby in January 2018. Little baby boy Roman will certainly be comfy in his Babyzen YOYO+ as he enjoys walking in the park with mum Portia. Loving the size of the basket on this one.

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5) Kimberley Walsh, Doona, £299.99

Girls Aloud star Kimberley welcomed baby boy number two with husband Justin Scott last year, and little baby Cole is bundled up snuggly in the Doona pushchair.

Of the pushchair, Kimberley wrote on her Insta post: "This is literally a game changer for travelling with a baby! It's a pushchair that folds down to a car seat in one piece! Amazing invention and so easy to use!"

Katherine Heigl Joolz Geo26 of 21

6) Katherine Heigl, Joolz Geo2, £849

Katherine had her baby son, Joshua, in December 2016, and the Joolz pram makes a good companion for the mum while she hikes.

Geri Horner with baby and silver cross balmoral7 of 21

7) Geri Horner, Silver Cross Balmoral, £1,600

Geri Horner, formerly Ginger Spice/Geri Halliwell, had baby boy Montague George Hector Horner, on 21 January 2017, and chose the traditional Silver Cross brand for his pram. Very regal!

Tom and Giovanna Fletcher with Bugaboo Cameleon38 of 21

8) Tom and Giovanna Fletcher - Bugaboo Cameleon3, £849

Tom shared this pic on Instagram, showing little Buzz getting used to the new double buggy in readiness for his baby brother’s arrival - baby boy Buddy Bob Fletcher arrived into the world just the day after Tom took this photo.

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9) Clemmie Hooper – iCandy Peach, £755

Author, midwife and mum of four Clemmie Hooper chose the iCandy Peach to push around her adorable twins Ottilie and Deliah, who both look pretty content in this photo with their older sisters!

Harry Judd with Joolz Geo 10 of 21

10) Harry and Izzy Judd - Joolz Geo, £829

McBusted drummer - and Strictly Come Dancing favourite - Harry shared this pic on his Instagram page of himself pushing baby Lola in her Joolz pram.

He captioned it: “They see me rollin...” With baby number two on the way, lets see what pushchair the couple go for next!

Giovanna and Tom Fletcher – Mountain Buggy Nano, £24911 of 21

11) Giovanna and Tom Fletcher – Mountain Buggy Nano, £249

Although the famous couple chose the Bugaboo Cameleon3 as their main pushchair, they opted for the lightweight Mountain Buggy Nano for their adventures abroad.

Read our real mum reviews of the Mountain Buggy Nano here.

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12) Geri Horner - Silver Cross Surf Aston Martin Edition, £3000

Most boys have to wait until they're at least 18 before they can drive an Aston Martin, but Geri Horner's baby Montague has started early.

The ex-Spice Girls star was spotted in North London pushing this limited edition Silver Cross pram worth a whopping £3k!

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13) Sam Faiers - Silver Cross Balmoral, £1600

Sam posted this pic to Instagram with the caption: “Today we took the mother of all prams for a stroll in Hyde park... #silvercross @silvercrossuk”.

Sam recently revealed she is pregnant with baby number two, so we will wait and see which double buggy takes her pick!

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14) Abbey Clancey – iCandy Peach 3, £755

Abbey has chosen the iCandy Peach 3 for her baby girl, Liberty Rose. She captioned this photo of her eldest daughter Sophia pushing Liberty in her new pushchair with “Sunday stroll with my babies x”. Our mums gave the iCandy peach 4.5 stars.

Keira Knightley with CYBEX Priam15 of 21

15) Keira Knightley - CYBEX Priam, £1060

It seems to be a celebrity favourite, but Keira Knightley is another celebrity mum to add to the CYBEX Priam fan club!

Prince William and Kate Middleton with Silver Cross pram16 of 21

16) Prince William and Kate Middleton – Silver Cross, £1600

Kate and Wills stuck with royal tradition and went with a classic Silver Cross for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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17) Mirander Kerr - Baby Jogger City Mini, £384

Miranda has a Baby Jogger City Mini for her son Flynn. This has won a gold Mother&Baby awards several times over, so it’s a great choice.

Rochelle Humes with Orbit Baby G2 18 of 21

18) Rochelle Humes – Orbit Baby G2

She reportedly had a number of different pushchairs for her first baby Alaia-Mai, so we were excited to see what she chose for her second baby with Marvin Humes, Valentina.

She went for the Orbit baby G2 which allows you to rotate and recline your little one.

Kim Kardashian with Orbit Baby G219 of 21

19) Kim Kardashian – Orbit Baby G2

Another fan of the Orbit Baby Travel System, Kim and Kanye made sure their second arrival, Saint West, rode around in comfort.

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20) Victoria Beckham – iCandy Peach, £755

She was rarely seen pushing baby Harper, but when she was small enough to fit into a pushchair, Victoria Beckham was also an iCandy fan. Don't want to believe the celebrity hype? Read more real mum reviews of the iCandy peach here.

Andy Murray and Kim Sears – iCandy Peach, £75521 of 21
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21) Andy Murray and Kim Sears – iCandy Peach, £755

Another iCandy peach fan, tennis superstar Andy Murray and his wife Kim Sears chose the iCandy peach for their first baby Sofia.

The couple have recently announced they are expecting baby number two, so this convertible pram will come in handy.

Noticed this pram has been a celebrity winner? Read our real mum reviews of the iCandy peach here.

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Now read:

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