Parents are delighted by £12 pink light-up LOL Surprise trainers from Primark

Lauren Clark
Parents are raving about a £12 pair of light-up trainers being sold by Primark [Image: Facebook]

If you’re unsure what to get your little one for Christmas, one mum might just have the answer.

A woman called Gemma shared online how she had come across a pair of children’s pink, glittery LOL Surprise trainers in Primark costing £12.

But not only do they feature images of the popular doll toys on the side, they will light-up on the heel as your kid walks.

In a video posted to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, she demonstrated how the shoes begin to flash when they hit a hard surface.

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The mum captioned the clip: “LOL fans only £12 in Primark. Flashing trainers.”

Her post has received more than 800 ‘likes’ and over 2.8k comments from fellow parents praising her recommendation.

Tagging another member, one person wrote: “Have you seen these?!

“They are definitely going on the Christmas list for the girls.”

People have been rushing to stores to get their hands on a pair in time for Christmas [Image: Facebook]

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Another commented: “Oh mate I want these lol.”

A third shared: “I need, my daughter would love them.”

It appears parents have been rushing out to buy them for their kids.

A woman, who happens to work in a branch of Primark, revealed: “Selling fast in Blackpool.”

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It comes as a little girl’s £8,000 Christmas list has gone viral.

A dad asked his ten-year-old daughter what presents she wanted, and he posted the hilarious result on Twitter.

Captioning the picture, he wrote: “My 10 year old daughter must be out of her mind with this Christmas list.”

The list included an iPhone 11, Air Pods and a MacBook Air, as well as a “real bunny” and - rather sweetly - “purfum”.

She also asked for $4,000 - or £3,100 - in cash, which was described by one social media user as a “rock star move”.

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