Which Stroller do Celebrities Have?
When I was pregnant with my first child, I heard that Kate Middleton had a Bugaboo Cameleon for (yet to be born) Prince George. That was enough for me, off I went to buy a Bugaboo Cameleon! I never did see a photo, and even researching this blog post the only photo of The Duchess pushing a pram that I can find is a vintage Silvercross. Though rumour has it that she has a Bugaboo Fox for youngest child, Prince Louis.
Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has apparently been gifted a Bugaboo Fox by a friend, though we can't find a pic, we have our fingers crossed!
I've done a bit of detective work, and here are some pics of celebrities with their prams.
Pippa Middleton- Bugaboo Fox
Pippa has been spotted out and about with the Bugaboo Fox Classic in Navy.
Bar Rafaeli- Mutsy igo*
Victoria's Secret model Bar Rafaeli been seen out and about pushing a Mutsy igo with her daughter Liv.
Photo Credit Yagel Bar-Kama
* The Mutsy Igo has since been replaced with the Mutsy i2.
Anika Moa- Edwards & Co Oscar G3
We just love this pic of Anika's daughter Marigold in her Edwards & Co Oscar G3 (with capsule attached).
Victoria Beckham- Bugaboo Bee
Mother of three VB was spotted with a Bugaboo Bee.
Sonny Bill Williams- Edwards & Co Otto
Here's SBW's baby Zaid looking pretty comfy in an Edwards & Co Otto.
James Cordon- Bugaboo Cameleon
Seen here in London with wife Julia and son Max in a Bugaboo Cameleon3.
Trent Boult- Edwards & Co Otto
Here's the New Zealand cricket super-over star out and about in London with the Edwards & Co Otto. Robbed of the World Cup we reckon.
This is still one of my favourite celebrity stroller pics! Cindy Crawford for American Vogue, 1990. That's exactly how I look when I walk with my pram too :-)
Us Vogue January 1990
Photo Patrick Demarchelier
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