Lydia Bright shares genius Amazon mum gadget and it’s only £24

The perfect solution for on-the-go hygiene emergencies

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by Louella Berryman |
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During lockdown Lydia Bright has been spending lots of well-deserved time getting to know her new daughter Loretta.

The TOWIE star has also been taking to Instagram to help out other new mums by sharing daily routines, activities and useful product recommendations.

Her most recent recommendation she's sure so many mums will find essential as they start to get out and about more with their babies.

Baby essentials like dummies and teething toys can very easily be dropped out of prams and buggies when out for a walk, and her latest mum hack - a mini portable steriliser - makes these incidents much easier to deal with, according to her Instagram stories.

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Where to buy the mini steriliser

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Munchkin UV Mini Portable Dummy & Teat Steriliser

The cute mini steriliser is from baby brand Munchkin and costs only £23.99 - total bargain.

It's available from Amazon (hurrah for next day delivery) and fits bottle teats as well as dummies.

In a recent Instagram post she shows herself and baby Loretta on a countryside picnic, showing off the Muchkin range.

In the caption, she says: "Leaving the house in the current climate can be a little bit scary. Which is why I think the '59S Mini Steriliser' is a parent must have, it kills 99% of bacteria and viruses in just 59 seconds using child safe UV-C light . So when my little Loretta drops her dummy, I don't have a mummy melt down."

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Lydia's unusual choice of name for her little girl has some very sweet beginnings, in an interview with HELLO, she revealed that her mum and dad had inspired the name.

"My mum and dad's favourite song is At Last by Etta James, so it is obviously short for Loretta. And also my grandfather is from a place in Italy called Loreto. And so her name is the same as Loreto, but just ends slightly differently," she said.

Even her daughter's middle name, Rose, has some family connections: "And the Rose came because my middle name is Rose and my grandmother's middle name is Rose as well. So it's a beautiful, unique name and it's also got a lot of meaning to me and my family," she said in the interview.

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