M&S Is Selling A Valentine's Day Colin The Caterpillar Cake Which Comes With Adorable Girlfriend Connie
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Just in time for Valentine's Day, Marks & Spencer has launched a loved up version of its popular little cake characters, which features both in a Love Cocoon.
Dubbed "the ultimate Valentine's gift" the limited edition cake gift features both Colin and Connie cakes, who have undergone a Valentine's makeover, with hearts dotted across their backs and swoon-y love-heart eyes.
As usual, Connie can also be seen to be wearing a cute pink bow, and has long eyelashes, while a loved up Colin sits happily next to her.
The cakes are each half the size of the normal offering, so that they come together to make a whole. Awww.
It's the first time the characters have ever been sold together, while they've always sat next to each other on shelves.
You can buy Colin and Connie for £10, with the Love Cocoon weighing in at 705g - the perfect amount for your Valentine's feasting.
According to M&S, Colin and Connie 'met at a party in 2016' and the lovebirds went on to wed a year later.
Announcing the news on Tuesday, as the cakes dropped in stores, M&S claim Colin himself gushed: "Connie and I live for birthday parties but we have a feeling we're going to LOVE Valentine's Day even more!
"We're SO excited to celebrate with our fans in their own 'lockdown love cocoons' across the UK!"
We never knew we could be so invested in the love life of two cakes!
If you're looking to take the Colin and Connie love a bit further, you can also buy a Love Is In The Air Colin & Connie Gift Bag online (£30) which includes the Love Cocoon cakes as well as Colin sweets, mini Colin faces, mini Colin cakes and a gift bag.
Now that is seriously pushing the boat out.
Plus, you can also order a Colin the Caterpillar Cake Gift Bag (£25) for all your birthday needs too!
If you order this now you can have Colin & Connie delivered straight to your door, which means - all importantly - you don't have to venture outside during lockdown to come up trumps this Valentine's Day.