Primark has launched a Toy Story collection and it’s got everyone feeling nostalgic

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  • You and the little ones are going to love Primark’s new Toy Story collection.

    We might have to wait until 21st June for Toy Story 4 to come out at the cinema, but thanks to Primark, Disney Pixar fans have already got plenty to be excited about.

    Earlier this year, Primark made everyone’s day by announcing plans to trial an online click-and-collect service.

    And now they’ve done it again. That’s right – the budget brand has just launched a huge 155-piece Toy Story collection – with prices starting at just £1.50!

    The new collection doesn’t just cover men’s, women’s and kids’ clothes – there’s homeware, stationery, toys, lunch boxes, mugs and even phone cases. And it’s got fans of the film franchise feeling seriously nostalgic.

    ‘Omg need #childhood #TBT,’ one Primark shopper tweeted. ‘Too cute,’ agreed another.

    Pop into your local Primark store right now for the chance to show your love for old favourites like Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and Jessie. While you’re at it, you’ll also get a sneaky peek at new characters including Forky, Bunny and Ducky.

    And while the collection is already proving to be a hit with the adults who watched the original Toy Story film when it was released back in 1995, we reckon the kids will love it just as much. After all, the funky stationery and lunch boxes are sure to get them some serious kudos in the playground.

    Toy Story 4 is set to be the last instalment in the series, so with prices maxing out at just £20, we reckon you should snap up these future collectables while you can…

    Last month, Tom Hanks emotionally revealed that the film’s ending was so heart wrenching that he couldn’t look at the crew while he was recording it. ‘We’re saying goodbye to Woody and Buzz and Bonnie’s room and Andy and everybody and it was emotional so I had to turn my back on them all,’ he confessed on The Ellen Degeneres Show.

    ‘Is it over?’ he asked. ‘I don’t know. It’ll live forever.’