Primark has released a range of sleepwear solely dedicated to this best-loved Christmas film

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  • Christmas is a time for slippers, sweats and slankets. And of course the occasional onesie.

    So with the beloved holiday just around the corner everyone is layering up in their favourite cosy winter clothes, and that includes all the little ones too.

    And while elf-themed and festively-decorated baby Christmas outfits are adorable, you can’t beat a cute Christmas get-up inspired by a beloved holiday movie.

    Yuletide favourites like Love Actually and The Holiday may be like annual decoration on the small screen every Christmas, but nothing get us in the festive mood like the innately un-festive green-eyed monster we all know and love as The Grinch.

    So fashion store Primark are bringing us the best news from Whoville we’ll hear all Christmas.

    To celebrate the launch of the new The Grinch movie (second best news!) coming to cinemas in animated form later this year, the high-street bargain haven has released a range of nightwear inspired by the Christmas-hating ‘mean one’.

    Available in stores now, you can get your hands on a range of The Grinch merchandise that will add some festive cheer to everyone’s Christmas.

    For only £16, the range includes a big red onesie, complete with a Grinch-emblazoned hood, so you can dress up for the kids or just use it as an excuse to escape the extended family on Christmas day and hide away in your own Mount Crumpit.

    And you can pair them with a cosy pair of fluffy Grinch slippers for only £8.

    Or if the kids watch the film and can’t get enough of the hairy Christmas icon, the range includes a set of kids pyjamas for only £7 that pay homage to the Dr Seuss favourite.


    Paired with a pair of snowflake-decorated bottoms that nod to the snowy Whoville, the festive red pyjama top is printed with the Grinch’s scowling face and a comment reading: ‘I’m just here for the presents’.

    We’d love to try a pair ourselves, but it might just be two sizes too small.