The Pram That the Kardashians Are All Obsessed With Is Cheaper Than You'd Think
Since celebrities have seemingly endless supplies of cash, you'd expect them to have a taste for the finer things in life - but sometimes they just get behind a really good brand that us little people can get in on, too.
Pram-buying is serious business, and with some brands costing upwards of $2000, sometimes it feels like you could get a small second-hand car for the same price. But a bunch of celebrities, including Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Eva Longoria and Jessica Alba have all been spotted out and about wheeling their kiddies around in Dutch brand Nuna, which shockingly does not cost the same as a small motor vehicle.
While Nuna isn't a budget brand, you can definitely pick up a very high-quality pram for under $1000, which is a bit of a blessing when coughing up loads of cash for baby stuff. The brand was started in 2007 when Nuna launched their first product, the very smartZaaz high chair, which is designed to adjust to your growing bub's needs. From there they've expanded to prams, capsules, car seats and bouncers, with the cleverly-designed products with a focus on safety and ease of use now available in over 50 countries worldwide.
Here in Australia, Baby Bunting (which you can shop online) is the official stockist of Nuna as of September this year, with a wide range of Nuna's most celeb-backed products including the $949 Mixx stroller (loved by Kylie Jenner, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, Eva Longoria and Serena Williams), the $399 Pepp stroller used by Jessica Alba, the Leaf bouncer (which you might have seen Chrissy Teigen's cute kids using) and the Rava car seat, a fave of Olivia Wilde's.
Sure, your baby may not have the celeb status of Stormi Webster or True Thompson, but at least it can travel in style like they do, right?