The Bugaboo is a celebrity favourite, with everyone from Coleen Rooney to Elton John pushing tots around the block in one. Here’s one-year-old Betsy sitting pretty with mum Denise Van Outen, who accessorises her look with a Cath Kidston floral print bag.
Being the coolest celeb mum-about-town, Gwen doesn’t let a little thing like motherhood stop her oozing glamour and style. To keep up in the style stakes with tots Kingston and Zuma in tow, she’s gone for the Mylo in classic black.
Mum-of-four Jools Oliver chooses nifty lightweight Maclaren for her youngest daughter, Petal (we’re guessing the print is a bit girlie for her new son, Buddy Bear), but goes for a designer feel, choosing the glamorous Cath Kidston print to pound the pavement.
Clearly money’s no object in the Rooney household, as Coleen has a collection of buggies for little Kai to be wheeled about in. Here she is behind the wheels of the rather pricey, but certainly smooth, Concord Carbon Neo.
Concord Carbon Neo Travel System, £2,500 (!) from Concord.
Active mum Naomi chose the Dash with Doubles Kit for boys Sasha and Samuel, which makes running around town a doddle. She’s clearly a fan – she’s rarely seen without the sporty little number across the pond.
WAG and mum to Ruby, Carly made us all coo when she stepped out with this very traditional pram from Silver Cross. Little Ruby must be very snug, but we’re not sure it was a great choice for going up and down those stairs Carly…
SJP whizzes around New York with twins Marion and Tabitha with the Vista Stroller and Rumble Seat attachment to accommodate both girls at the same time. She’s also got a Maclaren for when she’s got just the one tot to transport.
Vista Double Stroller Set, £599.99 from Uppa Baby.
Jessica Alba goes for a sunny little number for cutie daughter, Honor, the gorgeous Volo buggy in yellow. Jess is also pregnant with a little brother or sister for Honor, could she have her eye on the hottest double buggy around, the Bugaboo Donkey?
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