Trendy pram-makers iCandy come to Meghan and Harry’s Frogmore Estate

Trendy pram-makers iCandy come to Meghan and Harry’s Frogmore Estate

Is this moment the Royal baby buggy arrived? Trendy pram-makers iCandy arrive at Frogmore Estate amid rumours Harry and Meghan may have chosen £1,500 pushchair for newbornLuxury pram seller iCandy was seen at the gates of Frogmore Estate, WindsorTheir buggies are favoured by Victoria Beckham and Andy MurrayBut the decision to get one may break…


Is this moment the Royal baby buggy arrived? Trendy pram-makers iCandy arrive at Frogmore Estate amid rumours Harry and Meghan may have chosen £1,500 pushchair for newborn

  • Luxury pram seller iCandy was seen at the gates of Frogmore Estate, Windsor
  • Their buggies are favoured by Victoria Beckham and Andy Murray
  • But the decision to get one may break with royal tradition of using a Silver Cross
  • Kate and William used a ‘Balmoral’ Silver Cross for their children

Luxury pram company, iCandy, were spotted making a visit to the Duchess of Sussex's new home leading to speculation that she will be choosing to use their pushchairs with her new baby

Luxury pram company, iCandy, were spotted making a visit to the Duchess of Sussex’s new home leading to speculation that she will be choosing to use their pushchairs with her new baby

Meghan Markle appears to have broken a century old royal family tradition by choosing a different pram for her baby.

The Duchess of Sussex may have chosen a luxury iCandy pushchair, favoured by Victoria Beckham and Andy Murray, rather than the traditional Silver Cross pram.

A delivery from the company was spotted arriving at the royal couple’s future home Frogmore Estate, Windsor, last week. 

The Queen’s grandparents, George V and Mary of Teck, started the tradition by using the Silver Cross for the Queen’s father George VI. It was then used by the Queen, the Duchess of Cambridge, and for other royals including Princess Diana.

The ‘luxury’ iCandy pushchair company’s car – emblazoned with their logo – was seen pulling up at the Estate’s security gates. 

It was waved through by guards onto the road leading to Harry and Meghan’s future cottage.

The 86-year-old firm’s buggies have proved popular for being easy to use and fold.

They received the Queen’s Award for enterprise in 2016 and employ her granddaughter Zara Tindall as an ambassador.

The iCandy car was seen pulling up at the security gates of the Frogmore Estate last week before being waved through

The iCandy car was seen pulling up at the security gates of the Frogmore Estate last week before being waved through

There are just six pushchairs in their range, including the most expensive iCandy for Land Rover, an all-terrain pram with puncture-proof tyres and an extendable canopy that will shield passengers from the sun.

iCandy prams have also been used by celebrities Abbey Clancy, Peter Crouch, and Sir Richard Branson.

The company’s website boasts that its engineering rivals ‘a plane, not a pushchair’ and says its designs have a ‘luxury, modern’ look.

Silver Cross, which boasts a 122-year history from when its founder William Wilson made the world’s first baby carriage, has traditionally been used by the royals.

The Queen and her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, were often seen pushing a young Prince Charles in a Silver Cross pram.

Kate and William favoured a 'Balmoral'-style Silver Cross pram for their children which costs around £1,500

Kate and William favoured a ‘Balmoral’-style Silver Cross pram for their children which costs around £1,500

A photo from 1965 shows Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip with their children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward in his Silver Cross

A photo from 1965 shows Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip with their children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward in his Silver Cross

A photo from 1963 shows Prince William's mother Diana, later Princess of Wales, sat in her buggy in the grounds of Althorp in Northamptonshire

A photo from 1963 shows Prince William’s mother Diana, later Princess of Wales, sat in her buggy in the grounds of Althorp in Northamptonshire

Harry and William’s mother, Princess Diana, was also pushed around in a Silver Cross during her earliest days at the families Northamptonshire estate, Althorp.

William and Kate favoured a ‘Balmoral’ Silver Cross, but it is yet to be clear if Harry and Meghan will also use the traditional pushchair.

Silver Cross models can cost up to £2,500, with the ‘140th Balmoral’ being the most expensive.

Their ‘Balmoral’ model costs £1,800 while the classic ‘Kensington’ model costs £1,500.

The company also sells strollers and several modern-looking prams.

Queen Elizabeth II is pushed in her Silver Cross pram followed by followed by Queen Mary in 1927, the Queen Mother, King George V and her father King George VI through the grounds of Balmoral

Queen Elizabeth II is pushed in her Silver Cross pram followed by followed by Queen Mary in 1927, the Queen Mother, King George V and her father King George VI through the grounds of Balmoral

The company, which sells pushchairs for up to £1,500, have proved popular because they are easy to fold up and carry but are a far cry from the traditional Silver Cross prams used by Kate and William

The company, which sells pushchairs for up to £1,500, have proved popular because they are easy to fold up and carry but are a far cry from the traditional Silver Cross prams used by Kate and William 

iCandy sells just six different prams on their website which have previously been favoured by Victoria Beckham and Andy Murray

iCandy sells just six different prams on their website which have previously been favoured by Victoria Beckham and Andy Murray

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Trendy pram-makers iCandy arrive at Frogmore Estate amid rumours Harry and Meghan chose £1,500 pram

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