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Shoppers are going wild for Primark’s chic pink velvet stool – and here’s the stores where it’s available

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SHOPPERS are going wild for a pink velvet stool from Primark, with bargain hunters desperate to get their hands on the chic homeware piece. 

After being closed for weeks fashion fans have flocked back to the department store to snap up some deals after it re-opened, with a chic stool emerging as one of their most popular items. 

The stool, which has gold legs, costs £24 and the lid can be removed, meaning it doubles up as a storage container. 

Primark shared a snap of the stool to Instagram, saying: “The velvet stool of dreams. Swipe across to see where you can get your hands on this beauty.” 

If it’s now on your shopping list, you can find the stylish stool in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Cork, Dublin, Exeter, Galway, Glasgow, Liverpool, Liffey Valley, Limerick, Newcastle and Waterford.

More than 12,000 people have liked the post, and are planning trips to their nearest store to get one. 

Commenting online, one person said: “Look at this stool.”

Someone else wrote: “Look at this!!!!”

A third thought: “This is so pretty.”

While this person asked: “Will it be rolled out over other stores??”

Meanwhile Stacey Solomon reveals she wore a Primark swimming costume as a top for her first live Loose Women since lockdown.

And shoppers showed off their Primark hauls now it’s open & there’s some amazing bargains.

Plus Mrs Hinch revealed her obsession with Primark’s £1 thongs as she admits she won’t wear any others.

Stacey Solomon reveals she wore a Primark swimming costume as a top for her first live Loose Women since lockdown

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