Christmas Christmas gift guides 10 Christmas gifts for mums-to-be Spoil your pregnant partner or friend (or drop some big hints!) this Christmas with these uniquely stylish presents perfect for expectant mums 1 of Ad break J By Jasper Conran Purple Hooded Dressing GownWhy we love it: This is seriously the best present you can buy a mum-to-be (or any woman in our opinion). Luxuriously soft, she'll want to stay wrapped up in this all Christmas. Well, what better to watch the Queen's speech in than a rather regal purple gown? Long after the festive season, mum-to-be can wear this at hospital and the dark colour will hide any dubious stains once baby comes home. Oh, and it has two pockets too – perfect for when you're trying to do everything with one hand! What it costs: £45, from Debenhams For Fox Sake MugWhy we love it: Because we all need a funny novelty mug that says what we're thinking. What it costs: £5.99, from Amazon The EssentialsWhy we love it: Make sure your gift doesn't sit in the bathroom gathering dust. This 'essentials' box has everything a mum-to-be really needs. Dry hands and lips and tired eyes will be a thing of the past. There's also dry shampoo for those days when washing hair just isn’t going to happen. What it costs: £22, from Don't Buy Her Flowers Pretty Silver Mexican Bola PendantWhy we love it: This is a piece of jewellery that is also a musical baby-bonding instrument. The Mexican Bola Pendant comes complete with a long necklace, so it rests low over mummy's stomach and allows baby to hear the soft chiming of the ball. What it costs: £32, from Blooming Lovely Jewellery Continue slideshow > Something Growing Maternity T-shirtWhy we love it: We love this stylish T-shirt. Wear with maternity jeans for a casual look or just throw on to lounge around the house. What it costs: £19.84, from Etsy Olverum Pampering OilWhy we love it: Perfect for pampering mum and dad. This bath oil is made from pine, lavender, eucalyptus, lemon, juniper and rosemary, among other relaxing ingredients. And boy, is it luxurious! This oil will transfer any bath time into a mini spa-like experience as you're immersed in wonderful alpine smells and silky soft water. Being an oil it can also be used as an after-bath moisturiser, to leave your skin feeling supple and soft. While it's not cheap, you only need to use a small capful but believe us, you'll want more Olverum once it's finished. What it costs: £26 for 125ml (25 baths), from Olverum Chambers & Beau Personalised Message BangleWhy we love it: Hopefully you’ve nailed the art of dropping hints this Christmas so you can get your hands on this gorgeous silver personalised message bangle. Add the names of your children, annaversary date or a cheeky message only you two will understand. You can also add a charm at the end of the bangle or in the middle for added luxe. What it costs: £55, from Chambers & Beau Babyblooms Mummy To Be HamperWhy we love it: If you or a pregnant woman in your life needs of a little indulgent me time this Christmas, this heavenly Babyblooms hampers will be perfect. Packed full of pregnancy-safe luscious products like a relaxation candle, lavender eye pillow and bath bomb, when you've finished all the products you can use the hamper as a handy storage box – the gift that keeps giving. What it costs: £90, from Babyblooms Continue slideshow > Nude Rose Gold Olivia Burton WatchWhy we love it: Olivia Burton's classic watch designs are having a moment - and this bang on-trend rose gold number makes it twice as stylish. You can never go wrong with a timepiece as a gift, especially as the strap is vegan friendly! What it costs: £80, from Olivia Burton BabymoonYou don't need an excuse to go on holiday, but having a break as a couple before your bundle of joy arrives is a good one. And with almost everyone (including Wills and Kate) going on a babymoon, it's no wonder hotels and spas across the country offer a range of deals on mum-to-be getaways. What it costs: It varies! You can check out the best deals on Babymoon Guide, but it's worth noting they can get pricey! Check out our other Christmas gift guidesChristmas toys and gifts for: 2 to 4 year-olds 5 to 7-year-olds 8 to 10-year-olds 10 to 13-year-olds More ideas… Must-have toys for Christmas from the biggest sellers Best Minecraft Christmas presents 10 Christmas stocking fillers for under £5 For the rest of the family: Pressies for nan Something special for granddad Gifts for mums-to-be Festive dress-up time… Best Christmas outfits for babies and children By Jessica Gibb Comments Latest on MadeForMums A Firry Tale: The alternative Christmas 'ad' you really need to see Pregnant celebrities 2017 - who's expecting? Dad's desperate quest to find rare Postman Pat VHS for his son with autism Did the John Lewis Christmas ad copy this '80s children's book?