Primark launches Harry Potter home + clothing range starting at £2 and people are losing their minds over it

Primark launches Harry Potter home + clothing range starting at £2 and people are losing their minds over it

First of all, before we start it’s important that you know:

That anyone born from 1985-1998 didn’t get their Hogwarts Letter as Voldemort’s ministry destroyed all muggleborn records!

Now we may continue, I’m not going to lie, I’m probably going to buy a lot of this and I do not care. Primark in the UK, Spain and Italy have launched a new clothing and home range for Harry Potter fans! In-store now with more items arriving between now and October.

The range starts at just £2 for the door hanger (top left), with Marauder’s Map PJs at £6 and cushions featuring the crests of the Hogwarts houses at £4 + loads more!

These Slytherin PJs are only £6 and also come in Hufflepuff, Gryffindor and Ravenclaw colours

Supersoft Hogwarts hoodie at the magical price of £10

The Harry mug can hold your own magic potion for just £5 – but will be part of the October release

£4 pillows!

The Cupboard Under The Stairs cushion (£6).

These potion bottle lights £8

Your thoughts?

Fill your jar, £4, with magical drinks – just don’t turn yourself into a cat in the process

Back to Hogwarts campagne next week 🌂✨⚡️#harrypotter #primark

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How can you not? #muggles #harrypotter #primark #homeware #ooops #youreawizardharry

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