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Binky Felstead's high-end buggy choice for baby India

The luxury (and pricey) pushchair the new mum is loving...

Baby India Elizabeth Felstead-Patterson is officially riding in style ?


That’s because Made In Chelsea mum Binky Felstead and dad Josh ‘JP’ Patterson have purchased the Cybex Priam pushchair for their little one.


Binky was spotted pushing the high-end, German-made travel system while out on a stroll with her newborn and her own mum, Jane.

From the get go, you can see it’s a stylish pram. The grey marl and mauve of the car seat couldn't be more chic. Add the tweed fabrics, leather accompaniments and the Eames-style chassis, it's no wonder our MFM reviewer couldn’t praise the look of the buggy enough.

And it’s not all style over substance, either. In fact, our reviewer praised the amount of storage space on offer and how easy it was to put together and fold.

Read the full MFM Cybex Priam review here

However, we did have to note in our review that the Priam is by no means a small, compact buggy, and it does require a wide car boot if you hope to take it travelling with you.

It’s also perhaps not the best luxury choice if you live in a small flat, or often take public transport. We have a sneaking suspicion that Binky won’t have these problems, though (we’ve seen Made In Chelsea)!

So, we're really not shocked the new parents have gone for this incredibly luxurious travel system.

Mind, when we say ‘luxurious', we secretly mean ‘expensive’ - because stealing Binky’s celeb buggy style would cost you an eye-watering £1,215, for the complete system.


It’s pricey, sure, but if the Priam ticks all your boxes, then it’s worth it, right?

Little India’s in some great company, too, as Hollywood actress Anne Hathaway’s son Jonathan also cruised around in the Priam (albeit a designer version) as a nipper.

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