Pregnant Kimberly Wyatt’s pram dilemma: double buggy or buggy board?

The mum-of-1 reveals her current buggy choice, and the struggle over her next pushchair purchase...

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In case you missed it, Kimberly Wyatt is pregnant and expecting her baby no 2 later in the summer ?

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But right now the 35-year-old star is in the throes of a very familiar 2nd pregnancy dilemma: figuring out how she’s going to ferry not one but two kids around.

Currently, she’s pushing 2-year-old daughter Willow in what appears to be the Nuna Pepp in black, which is (sadly) no longer available.

However, the upgraded Pepp Luxx, is a light, single buggy our MFM reviewer said was best for city-dwelling parents with toddlers, rather than newborns.

It’s easy to steer and easy to fold, so overall a pretty straightforward choice. And it comes in at a purse-friendly £250, too.

But sadly, a single won’t do with a toddler and baby in tow, so what’s a mum to do?

“The Nuna products have been amazing, but for second baby I’m looking at Silver Cross,” Kimberly told us exclusively during our Facebook Live interview.

“It’s either gonna be the double buggy or the buggy with the little scooter attachment – I think Willow would really like that. I’m exploring at the moment.”

Hmmm… this is certainly a tough one. Do you go for 2 places to sit, or just let them ride along?

Well, mums on our MFM forum favoured the double buggy – with the resounding feeling that even though their toddler LOVED walking, they really needed the opportunity to sit down once in a while.

While Kimberly’s yet to make her final pushchair pick, she did reveal which Silver Cross buggy had caught her eye: the single-to-double Wave.

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The Silver Cross Wave is the luxury buggy brand’s first foray into single-to-double territory.

In our exclusive preview, we noted that it was suitable from birth to 15kg (around 3 years), is compatible with some car seats and has 15 different seating alternatives.

It’s not cheap, though – it starts at a whopping £955 for the basic model, going up to £1,520 if you add the bells and whistles ?

Have your say

Does your little one love a buggy board – or did you upgrade to a double pram when welcoming your 2nd? What double or board would you recommend for Kimberly?

Let us know on Facebook, or in the comments below…

Images: Instagram/Kimberly Wyatt

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