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Zara Tindall MBE chooses Infantino

The royal was pictured on a recent outing using the company’s Flip Advanced 4-in-1 Convertible Carrier with baby son Lucas.

Outlets including the Daily Mail shared photos of the royal mum enjoying some fresh air with baby Lucas snugly fitted into the carrier, which features a convertible seat, making it ideal from birth through to toddler years.

The Flip Advanced 4-in-1 Convertible Carrier supports four different carrying positions, including a facing-in seat for optimal baby hip positioning, an outward facing position and back carry mode.

The padded shoulder straps and supportive waist belt ensures parents can find the ideal fit for their size, while the carrier also supports baby’s head and nape to keep them safe.

Nivi Bhide, director of marketing, Europe, Infantino, commented: “We are just delighted to see Zara Tindall has chosen Infantino to keep Lucas close. We have an extensive range to support families that choose to babywear, but we know the Flip Advanced 4-in-1 Convertible Carrier is a really popular choice.

“Now it has the royal seal of approval too, we are sure it will continue to be a firm favourite amongst new parents and babies alike.”



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