Primark's Winnie The Pooh Baby Clothes Are As Sweet As Honey
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Honey, you can always count on Primark for all the Disney goodies you could ever need...
And now, the bargain brand has the sweetest Disney treat around, as its just released a line of Winnie the Pooh baby wear.
The sets are as sweet as honey, and have a bargain price tag of just £9 each.
This latest addition to the Primark x Disney collection comes in a pretty pastel yellow and grey colour palette, with splashes of green and red in the designs.
By the looks of the Instagram post, the sets come with a bib, a babygrow, a onesie and an adorable little hat with Winnie the Pooh's face on.
The cute baby clothes aren't the only Pooh Bear goodies on offer in the high street retailer's stores, as Primark's also selling gorgeous bedding and cosy, fluffy capes inspired by the character.
If Winnie is your fave of all the Disney characters, then it might come as a shock to learn that the little bear is actually a girl.
Looking back now, it's kind of obvious, as Winnie is a pretty girly name, and the bear also wanders around in a crop top eating honey straight from the jar, which is exactly what I do at home, just with Nutella.
Granted, Winnie the Pooh himself in the stories is referred to as 'he', and in the Disney films he has a male voice, but the character is based on a girl.
A picture book, called Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World's Most Famous Bear, tells us how Winnie was a black bear who lived in a London zoo.
And Winnie was just a nickname for Winnipeg the bear. The picture book was written by Lindsay Mattrick, who is the great granddaughter of the man who brought her all the way from Canada to England.
Harry Colebourn rescued the bear in 1914 and named her after his hometown of Winnipeg in Canada. He brought the bear with him when he moved to England, but she ended up living in a zoo.
Christopher Robin, who was the son of AA Milne who wrote the books, used to visit Winnipeg in the zoo all the time, and he even named his toy bear after old Winnie.
Somehow Pooh was added to the end, and the character was born. Who knew?!