Eric BlairJune 30th

You’ll have no worries for the rest of your days as Disney has teamed up with Primark to bring fans a huge range of Lion King products! 

Featuring everything from make-up, to clothing and homeware, the brand new range - which hit stores yesterday (June 30th) has been created to coincide with the release of the Lion King remake.  

There’s around 50 different products to choose from - with prices ranging from £2 to £20 - with all sorts of merchandise featuring all your favourite characters including Simba, Timone and Pumbaa as well as some memorable phrases…

The homeware section, boasts a noticeboard branded with 'Hakuna Matata,' a biscuit caddy labelled 'No worries' and various mugs, flasks and glasses emblazoned with classic Lion King characters.

You can even pimp up your bedroom with some leopard print bedding or a lovely Simba-shaped cushion, but if you feel like giving yourself a bit of a makeover there’s plenty of options too…

You can treat yourself to printed make-up bags, compact brushes and even Lion King-inspired lipsticks and eye shadow palettes - with the latter featuring a spectrum of warm bronze, coral and burnt orange tones.

There's also loads of clothing to choose from including pyjamas, sweatshirts,  fluffy slippers, t-shirts, sleepsuits and bibs.

The new film hits UK cinemas on July 19th, featuring Beyoncé as the voice of Nala and Donald Glover as Simba - so just make sure you’re looking the part for when you get tickets! 

But if the Lion King isn’t your thing, there’s no need to worry, as Primark has also opened the doors of its brand spanking new Friends themed cafe.

Located in the Market Street store in central Manchester, the new coffee shop opened last month and celebrates the 25th anniversary of the legendary long-running sitcom.

The fully themed cafe sells a whole host of 90s New York inspired drinks and snacks, and if you order a coffee it will of course come served in a classic giant coffee cup while you relax on the iconic Central Perk sofa.

Tim Kelly, Primark's director of new business development, said: “We are hugely excited to be bringing the first branded Central Perk café in fashion retail in the UK to the British high street.

“Customers can relax and have fun there whilst also enjoying our amazing fashion at amazing prices in our Manchester store.”

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