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Lidl launches huge baby event with deals from £1.79

Get it while you can!

Chloe Best

Calling all parents and mums-to-be! Lidl has launched a massive baby and maternity sale with everything from newborn baby clothes and toys to all the essentials you need for a baby nursery - and prices start at just £1.79. The special event even features some celebrity favourites too, including a My Babiie lightweight stroller designed by The Mummy Diaries star Billie Faiers, reduced to a budget-friendly £49.99 from the full RRP of £89.99.

Available in stores and online from 6 September while stocks last, the sale includes everything you could possibly want for bump and beyond. You'll find books and wooden toys for as little as £1.99 each, while the pop up ball pit is sure to give toddlers hours of fun for £29.99.

Billie Faiers' My Babiie lightweight stroller is available as part of Lidl's baby event

Mealtimes are covered thanks to a Lupilu baby tableware set (£3.99), while you can stock up on essentials like a baby towel (£3.99), joggers (£3.99 for two pairs), and bodysuits (£3.99) for less than a fiver each.

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Meanwhile, for expectant parents still looking to kit out a baby nursery, you'll find furniture that is not only affordable, but also hard-wearing. A three-in-one cot bed with built-in drawers (£119) and baby changing unit with drawers (£99) are among the pieces that are sure to sell out fast - and no one would ever guess you'd picked them up alongside your weekly shop.

A pop up ball pit is just one of the baby toys on offer

The supermarket is increasingly becoming the place to go to stock up on bargain baby essentials. Earlier this year, Aldi sold a grey rocking chair at £149.99 - a steal compared to similar pieces of furniture on the high street. The chair sold out within one minute of going on sale in Australia, and proved just as popular in the UK, as part of the retailer's Baby and Toddler Specialbuys event.

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