In a nutshell

A stylish, celeb-designed buggy that’s smooth to push on a variety of terrains and folds down neatly into one compact piece, making it ideal for easy storage

What we tested

  • Fold/unfolding
    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.
  • Manoeuvrability
    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.
  • Comfort for child
    A star rating of 4.0 out of 5.
  • Style
    A star rating of 4.2 out of 5.
  • Durability
    A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.
  • Worth the money
    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.
Overall Rating
A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.


  • Folds with seat on, stylish design, easy to push and steer, spacious carrycot, premium-feel materials, suitable from birth


  • Storage basket small, no belt in carrycot for newborn, prefer more padding in car seat headrest

My Babiie is renowned for its fashion-forward baby products and collaborations with top celebrity mums, and the Belgravia travel system is no different. Designed with celebrity Christina Milian as part of her AM:PM range, this rose gold and black travel system boasts a stylish, high-quality design with a mid-level price tag, and is made to adapt as your family grows. Suitable from birth, it comes with all the features you’d expect of a travel system and, with a decent sized carrycot and car seat, it might last longer than others on the market.


The stroller is suitable up to 22kg (approx. 4-5 years old) and is incredibly smooth to push on all types of ground, however, it could improve some of its features to make them more suitable for newborns.

With chic black and rose gold detailing, it’s a stylish way to make a statement when out and about with your baby. Winner of our Best Travel System Package Under £800, Bronze Award, in the MadeForMums 2021 Awards, it’s got the substance to back up the style.

Tested By:

Mum-of-1, Tracey, lives in Kent with her partner and 6-month-old daughter, Florence. She tested the My Babiie Belgravia Rose Gold travel system on hilly paths, muddy, bumpy woodland walks and snowy trips to the park.

What was your first impression of the My Babiie Belgravia Rose Gold Travel System?

I was very pleasantly surprised when I took the My Babiie Belgravia out of the box. I’m not a big fan of bold or obvious branding, so I was mildly concerned that its design partnership with celebrity Christina Milian, as part of her AM:PM range, would mean I’d be pushing my daughter along with a massive logo emblazoned on the hood of the pushchair. However, I didn’t need to worry, as I couldn’t see anything of the sort. In fact, it looked really stylish.

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system

The rose gold frame and black fabric was smart and was one of the subtler designs compared with some of the other Belgravia travel systems. Love Island star and Mum, Dani Dyer, also has her own range, which includes a marble design, if you prefer something a little more statement.

As I'm not hugely familiar with Christina Milian, it wouldn't necessarily encourage me to purchase this product. However, the branding is discreet so it wouldn't put me off either, and I think its smart appearance is likely to appeal to a wide range of parents.

How easy is the My Babiie Belgravia to assemble?

It was really simple to assemble – the pushchair and frame were already connected so it just needed unfolding. In fact, the instructions were placed within the folded seat, so I had to effectively ‘set it up’ before I could find them! It was just the wheels that needed attaching, which, again, was very easy.

There are illustrated, step-by-step instructions in the manual, although some of the images in the instruction booklet showing a close-up of a particular instruction could have been slightly clearer – a very minor point, but my observation.

How compact is the pushchair?

The My Babiie Belgravia buggy folds down to a nicely compact H75xW57xD65cm This is similar to the Ocarro from Mamas & Papas, which measures H37xW58xL76cm when folded – but at £799, costs £200 more than the My Babiie Belgravia.

I have a fairly small car boot, so it was a nice bonus to think I might also have space for shopping – which I did. And, while I don’t tend to bring the pushchair into the house, for those that do, its folded size is ideal for storage, especially as it stands on its end like a suitcase. I’ve used other pushchairs in the past where you have to store the frame and pushchair seat separately, so the fact it folds together into one compact piece is a definite advantage. Of course, if you’re using the carrycot that will need to be stored separately.

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system folded

How lightweight is the My Babiie Belgravia?

My Babiie describes the buggy as lightweight, coming in at 11.5kg with the seat attached. Honestly, I’d think this is perhaps pushing it, as it has a reasonable amount of weight to it when lifting, however, it makes up for it with its neat, compact folded position and it does feel light to push.

Weight-wise, it’s similar to the Joie Versatrax at 11.7kg, £530, and the Kinderkraft XMOOV 3in1 at 11.8kg, £329, but if you’re particularly keen on a lightweight travel system the Didofy Cosmo is a good choice, weighing just 10.2kg with the seat unit and at a similar price point of £599.

What do you think of the carrycot?

The carrycot is suitable for babies under 6 months or 9kg, and while my daughter is no longer using the carrycot part of the travel system (she’s over 6 months and has moved onto the buggy), I was surprised to find she was still able to fit comfortably into it with a fair amount of room. I have found with other carrycots on the market that she’d outgrown them by around 5-months-old. I think this is a big plus as it means the My Babiie Belgravia travel system’s bassinet is likely to last up to the full 6 months (unless your baby is crawling or kneeling, in which case they no longer recommend using it).

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system carrycot

Weighing just 4.3kg, I had no problems lifting this on and off the chassis, to store in my car boot or at home.

The quality of the carrycot is fantastic – it’s sturdy and looks really comfortable, with a firm and breathable mattress. In fact, the mattress was very similar in size and quality to one I purchased for my baby’s Moses basket, so I was impressed that this came included with the travel system. The carrycot’s canopy is extendable, offering plenty of protection from the sun and a cosy napping environment.

One feature that I thought was missing though, was a belt to secure your baby. I have used other carrycots that have a velcro strap, for example, to hold newborn or small babies in position. Because the carrycot is quite roomy, I would have liked some sort of fastening to secure my newborn. If you were travelling on slightly bumpy ground, or going up a hill, I would be concerned about how much a newborn could have moved in it. However, I appreciate the majority of carrycots on the market don’t have straps for babies, so it’s more of a personal thing.

How do you unfold and fold the My Babiie Belgravia?

By pressing one button, it unfolds into position, so there’s not much effort needed from the user at all. Just make sure you listen out for the ‘click’ to let you know it’s opened fully and locked in place – and always check before you put your baby in.

The My Babiie Belgravia can fold with the seat in place, all you need to do is fold that flat before you fold down the frame. There’s a bit more of a knack to it when folding the pushchair down:

  • Press the button on the side of the frame at the same time as the handle adjust button.
  • Push the handle down to unlock the stroller.
  • Lower the handle to the ground until you hear the ‘click’.

I would say a little force was needed to fold it down, but this got easier after each use.

Is the seat parent and world facing?

Yes – I liked the fact you could use the My Babiie Belgravia buggy world and parent facing. My preference at the moment is for my 6-month-old daughter to be facing me, so I was pleased it had this as a feature, but as she gets older, it’s great that I’ll be able to turn her around to face outwards.

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system parent-facing

How easy is it to switch the seat around on the My Babiie Belgravia?

It’s so easy to change the way your baby faces ­– you could chop and change daily, no problem! There is a lever on each side of the seat that pulls up easily to remove it, and to replace, you just click into place. Adding and removing the car seat and the carrycot from the buggy frame is done in the same way. It’s really quick and easy.

What do you think of the straps?

The My Babiie Belgravia pushchair has a nicely padded, 5-point safety harness, so my daughter felt securely strapped in, especially as it was her first time in a pushchair having only used carrycots and car seats to transport her before this. One small issue was that the straps were often twisted, which was a little annoying, but it didn’t compromise the safety. The pads on the harness did have some bolder AM:PM range branding which I wasn’t so keen on, but I just turned the pad round so you couldn’t see it!

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system straps

How easy is the My Babiie Belgravia to push and steer?

This buggy was extremely smooth to push, and it was really quiet on paths too. It felt light, (perhaps this is the lightweight description My Babiie was referring to) making it easy to navigate with one hand. Even on bumpy ground, it was quiet and took little effort to steer, thanks to the front and rear wheel suspension.

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system

I live in quite a hilly area so going up and down steep kerbs can require a bit of effort usually, but this buggy handled them with ease. The wheels aren't bulky either so there were no issues with manoeuvring and, at 57cm wide, the buggy could fit easily through narrow spaces. I tested this buggy on a muddy woodland walk as well as a snowy park trip and I couldn’t fault how seamless the steering was, while still feeling sturdy.

What do you think of the My Babiie Belgravia stroller handle?

Made from PU leather, for a premium feel, the slim buggy handle is comfortable to hold, even though I personally prefer a chunkier handle. You can adjust the height of the handle depending on your height, which was a nice touch.

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system handle

Does the My Babiie Belgravia Travel System feel robust?

Overall, I felt the chassis was robust and the buggy looked and felt good quality. There was just one occasion when the chassis let me down, however. Part way through a walk, the buggy start to collapse itself as I hadn’t properly locked the chassis into place. Luckily all that happened was that the chair reclined and dropped lower to the ground, but it was a bit of a shock with my baby still in the seat! While this was my error as I hadn’t checked it was unfolded properly, a firmer or louder ‘click’ to lock in place could help prevent this happening and make you feel more confident that the pushchair was set up correctly.

How comfortable is your baby in the My Babiie Belgravia?

The seat appeared comfortable, while still having plenty of growing room for my 6-month-old. There were a few reclining options, too – I mainly had my baby sitting fully upright in the buggy, but when she fell asleep, I was able to recline the seat until it was completely flat. The lever to recline is at the back of the chair and it’s so smooth to use that I was able to gently lay the seat back without waking my daughter during a walk. There’s also an adjustable footrest, which I would definitely use more of when my daughter is older and has longer legs.

How effective are the brakes?

The My Babiie Belgravia brakes certainly did a good job once they were on, but I found I had to look to see where the brake was before being able to press it, as it’s a small central pedal. Also, if I wanted to hang my buggy bag from the handle, I found it obscured the view of the pedal from above, which didn’t help matters. Ideally, I would have preferred the brake to have been a long bar or a side pedal, so that I didn’t have to look each time I needed to use it.

Does the stroller have a hood?

Yes. The hood on the pushchair actually provides good coverage and stays in place. You can move it up and down quietly if your baby is asleep, too, which is a bonus. We went on a few sunny walks and, providing the sun wasn’t directly in front of my baby, it was able to keep her face out of the sun. The viewing window at the top meant I could always keep one eye on her, too.

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system hood

How big is the My Babiie Belgravia’s shopping basket?

The storage basket can take up to a 3kg shop, and on first glance, I was pleased it was covered with a zip to secure my items. However, when I actually used it, it was hard to fit everything in because of the zipped cover. The basket is described by My Babiie as ‘large’ but I could only just about squeeze my rucksack in and nothing else, which meant items such as the rain cover (which comes with the travel system, along with a footmuff) or a jacket, for example, wouldn’t be able to fit. If the storage basket wasn’t enclosed, I think you’d be able to fit more items in, so it’s just about what you deem most important – security or size.

My babiie belgravia rose gold travel system basket

Does the My Babiie Belgravia Travel System come with a car seat?

Yes, it come with a Group 0+ car seat that can be used from birth up to 13kg, so should last for the first year. The car seat, like the carrycot, seems fairly generous in size compared with others on the market so would perhaps last longer as your baby grows. Weighing 4.3kg the car seat was reasonably light to carry, despite it seeming bigger than other carriers.

The canopy on the car seat didn’t have as good a coverage as the buggy or carrycot, but as I mostly used it for nipping into a shop or going on a short walk, it wasn’t much of a problem.

My baby appeared comfortable in the My Babiie car seat, although there wasn’t much padding around the headrest. This didn’t affect my 6-month old as she filled the seat more, but I might have liked a snugger fit if I was using with a newborn. The 5-point harness provided a secure fit though, and would help keep your newborn safely in place.

How do you install the car seat? Can you use it with the car’s seatbelt?

The car seat works with the My Babiie Isofix base (sold separately for £109.99), which – once installed in your car (just follow your car manufacturer’s instructions) – means you can simply click the car seat on and off in seconds. However, seatbelts can be used to secure in a car if you don’t have the option to use a base.

What comes in the box?

  • Seat
  • Canopy
  • Chassis
  • Bumper Bar
  • 2 x front wheels
  • 2 x rear wheels
  • Carrycot
  • Carrycot handle
  • Car seat adaptors
  • Car seat
  • Raincover
  • Apron footmuff

How does the My Babiie Belgravia Rose Gold Travel System compare to similar travel systems?

Product nameWeightOne hand fold?Folded sizeRRP
My Babiie Belgravia Travel System18kgNoH71xW57xD65cm£599.99
Joie Versatrax with i-Snug car seat and Ramble XL carrycot11.7kgYesH86xW65.5xD36cm£530
Kinderkraft XMOOV 3in111.8kgNoH75xW62xD42cm£329
Didofy Cosmos10.2kgYesH88xW35x57cm£599

Where can I buy the My Babiie Belgravia Rose Gold Travel System?

My Babiie, Amazon and Kiddies Kingdom.

Is the My Babiie Belgravia Rose Gold Travel System worth the money?

At £599.99, this is a mid-range travel system, sitting somewhere between the Silver Cross Wayfarer 2020 Dream and i-Size base bundle (£1,030) and the Kinderkraft XMOOV 3in1 (£299), price-wise. It’s good quality and comes will all the features you'd expect, so should tick a lot of boxes for many parents. A particular bonus is the size of the carrycot and car seat, meaning you could use these parts longer than others on the market making it really decent value for money.


MadeforMums verdict:

For fans of Christina Milian, you won’t be disappointed with this MFM award-winning travel system, but even if celeb partnerships aren’t really your thing, you needn’t to worry as the branding is so discreet. The My Babiie Belgravia Rose Gold and Black travel system has plenty of good qualities, in particular, the size of the car seat and carrycot. They're both quite roomy so you should be able to get some good use of these before you baby outgrows them. The quality of the whole system is obvious, with premium-feel materials, which should stand the test of time. Possibly better suited for slightly older babies, rather than newborn, due to the roomy carrycot and car seat, but still a great value set for parents looking for a stylish travel system.

Product Specifications

BrandMy Babiie
ModelBelgravia Travel System
Dimensions & Weight
DimensionsH:102cm W:57cm L:92cm
Dimensions (folded)H:71cm W:57cm L:65cm
Suitable for
Child age (approx)Birth to 5 years
Child weightUp to 22kg
Travel system compatibleYes
Seat facing directionForward facing and parent facing
Front wheelsLockable swivel
Lie flatYes
  • Fashionable Rose Gold frame
  • Height adjustable handle
  • Padded removable front bar
  • Quick and compact fold technology
  • Extendable 3 position canopy
  • Multi-position backrest adjustment on strap
  • Large storage basket
  • Padded 5 point safety harness
  • Easy wipe clean
Accessories included
  • Stroller
  • Carry Cot
  • Group 0+ Car seat
  • Footmuff
  • Raincover