Celebrating the Royal Baby with Cuddledry

As you know, as a Cuddledry Super Blogger, I promised to keep you up to date with the latest news. So, as promised….

With all the excitement around the birth of Baby Cambridge, Cuddledry are bringing a bit of glitz and glamour to babies across the country. 
The original baby apron towel from Cuddledry as seen on Dragons Den with its cashmere-like softness is already fit for a prince or princess, but now you can really add a touch of glam to baby bathtimes with the exclusive, limited edition diamante Cuddledry. Surely this will be on the gift list for the Royal baby?

The original Cuddledry apron towel, invented by mums Helen Wooldridge and Polly Marsh, is already firmly established as a must-have for new parents and this new, one-off design is sure to be a big hit with parents and gift buyers alike. Who wouldn’t love the silky soft and elegant natural white towelling, offset with a splash of sparkle?

Designed to be worn around your neck like an apron, the ingenious design leaves both hands free for safely bathing and lifting your baby, giving new parents one less thing to worry about. Made with an extra cosy double layer of towelling, the apron towel has one side for super absorbency, an outer velour layer for softness and the diamante design on the outer layer, safely away from any of the drying action! The Cuddledry has won a string of awards for its quality and innovation and is considered by many parents and celebrities to be the towel for stress-free baby bathing. Treat your baby this summer with a limited edition diamante apron towel – the crown jewels of the Cuddledry collection. 
* I have written this post as a Cuddledry Super Blogger to share the news and announcements from Cuddledry *

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