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Celebrity children who drive toy cars that are cooler than yours

Did someone say road trip (around the garden)?

Carla Challis

If you thought the cars that celebrities drive were impressive, wait until you see the little toy cars their mini-mes drive. You're not a celebrity kid unless you own an electric ride-on car, the cutest – and slickest – motors we ever did see. You can even buy a mini version of your car, or the car you wish you owned, with big name car brands and popular cars being shrunk and made teeny for tots. Prepare for motor-envy as we take a look at the coolest celebrity kids and their toy cars.

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Robbie Williams and Ayda Field's oldest children, Teddy and Charlton, take their luxe cars for a spin around their LA home with Granny Gwen.

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's son Miles Stephens knows he's cute in his red Mercedes-Benz.

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Alesha Dixon's daughter Azura is a girl after our own heart, matching her hair accessory to her motor.

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The McGuinness kids love theirs – Christine and Paddy McGuinness' children have even got ride-on electric motorbikes, too.

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The Mummy Diaries' baby Paul takes little sister Rosie for a spin while mum Sam Faiers and dad Paul cheer them on.

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Hands down the blingiest Bentley, True Thompson gives mum Khloe Kardashian's cars a run for their money.

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Shop the best electric cars for kids 

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Audi R8 Spyder Roadster, from £129.95, Amazon

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Mercedes Benz GLS6 battery-powered electric toy car, £110, Selfridges

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Porsche 918 Hybrid 12V Ride-On Car, £359, Harrods

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McLaren P1 with Remote Control, £179.99, Smyths Toys

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Range Rover Evoque 12V Electric Car, from £249.95, Amazon

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