Harry Potter fans NEED this Primark luggage for their summer holiday

It's a must for any aspiring witch or wizard

Primark's amazing Harry Potter range just got even better! The retailer has launched a range of Harry Potter-themed luggage, and it's a must for budding witches and wizards ahead of their summer holidays. Comprised of a suitcase, weekend bag and rucksacks, the range all costs a purse-friendly £35 or less - and fans of the J.K. Rowling series are obsessed to say the least.

A photo of the range has been shared on Primark's Glasgow store's Instagram account, and fans couldn't wait to get their hands on the statement luggage, which is in stores now. "Love this, so temped to get one," one comment read. "I neeeeeeed this!" another person wrote.

Primark has launched Harry Potter luggage

The black suitcase costs £35, and is adorned with the name H.Potter and the Hogwarts school crest. Meanwhile, a burgundy rucksack has been decorated with badges bearing the Harry Potter logo, Hogwarts crest and platform nine and three quarters, where the Hogwarts students famously catch their train to school. There is also a stylish black weekend bag with the Hogwarts badge and tan leather-look straps, which costs a budget friendly £12.

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That's not all; there are also make-up bag sets in the Hogwarts house colours - red for Gryffindor, blue for Ravenclaw, yellow for Hufflepuff and green for Slytherin, along with black and red cases that are decorated with Harry Potter-themed badges, which cost between £4 and £10.

The Harry Potter weekend bag costs £12

Primark has become the place to go for Harry Potter fans of all ages, who can buy everything from homeware to T-shirts inspired by the wizard. And as if T-shirts, jumpers, mugs, cushions and pyjamas weren't enough, the high street store has also introduced some magical bits and bobs for all of those baby Harry Potter fans out there, such as baby grows and bibs emblazoned with the Hogwarts crest, and the words "Future Wizard".

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