Kim Kardashian and Chrissy Teigen bought this high street baby essential

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Billionaire mums like Kim Kardashian, 39, might want stylish new gear for their babies, but the reality star has joined the rest of the world in ditching flash designers in favour of a brilliant budget high chair.

Endless laundry, exhaustion and emotional outbursts are overwhelming for every new mum, but it looks like the Stokke Tripp Trapp chair is the one trend-setting item superstars can rely on to help keep their kids comfortable at meal times.

The Kardashian West kids, who recently went on a holiday adventure with their parents, have been seen on telly in the iconic high chair and the celebrity fan club doesn’t stop there.


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John Legend, 41, and his wife Chrissy Teigen, 34, Storm, 38, and Ronan Keating, 43, Vogue Williams, 35, and Spencer Matthews, 32, have all bought the genius design which adapts to fit their little ones as they grow.

Our favourite lockdown PE teacher Joe Wicks, who recently admitted he's finding parenting "more draining", has a chair for his daughter Indie. With little brother Marley in the mix, it might be time to invest in another.

These celebrity parents are free from endless furniture shopping, as the high chair will stretch to seat kids from tiny tot to teenage years and into adulthood.

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It’s only £178 and has a depth and height adjustable seat and footplate to contend with growth spurts, no matter how old they are. It’s pretty stylish, too, coming in a range of colours for little boys and girls.

The Tripp Trapp was designed in 1972 by Peter Opsvik, a dad who wanted to sit his little boy at the dining table to enjoy meals together as a family. The pioneer wanted his child to learn and develop alongside the adults from an early age.

Experts say the Tripp Trapp helps babies and children bond with their parents and help them feel safe and secure. Opsvik called it A Chair For Life and it’s since become a huge hit around the world. It was Stokke’s first ever item for children and sparked plenty more products like prams, car seats and expanding cribs.

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Founded in Ålesund, a small coastal town in Norway, the Stokke brand and its baby items focus on quality, nature, sustainability, craftsmanship and balanced living.

With so many baby products made of flimsy plastic, celebrity parents aren’t the only ones keen to avoid throwing out their items as the kids keep growing.

These famous families get to keep the convertible wooden chair for years to come. It’s the perfect hand-me-down item to share with brothers, sisters and cousins. If it’s good enough for the Kardashian clan, it’s good enough for us.

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