The Baby Show 2022: The UK’s Biggest Parenting Event Is Back

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The Baby Show 2022

by Lydia Spencer-Elliott |
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Becoming a parent can feel exciting and daunting at the same time. From buying a buggy to newborn illnesses, there’s a lot to consider and learn about before your due date arrives. With no official parenting handbook, it often feels hard to navigate, which is why Grazia has partnered with The Baby Show to give new mums a helping hand.

The Baby Show is the UK’s biggest event for expectant parents and aims to cut out the stress of looking for information by bringing together all of the best experts and products in one place. Back from 4th and 5th March at ExCel London for the first time in two years, parents can watch live demonstrations, shop and learn, and all with great discounts.

Chessie King, Binky Felstead, Iwan Thomas and Jamie Jewitt will all be at the event to chat about everything from birth, sleep, mental health, first aid and infant learning. And the show’s podcast partner, Two New Mums’ Amy Voce and Jennie Longdon, will also be chatting live on stage with Kate Lawler about the highs and lows of motherhood.

Free expert advice, information and support will also be available from parenting experts, including Midwife Marley, Rachel FitzD, The Parent & Baby Coach Heidi Skudder, Charlotte Stirling-Reed, Daisy First Aid, Dr. Will Dooley, Carmelle Gentle, Sarah Patel, Dr. Robert Titzer, Adam Shaw and Dr. Shruti Nathwani on the Live Talks Stage.

Grazia spoke to Mallory Reynolds-Trout, Show Manager at The Baby Show, who told us: ‘The Baby Show is the perfect place for mums and dads to find everything they need for their new arrival as well as get much-needed support, information and inspiration from leading baby and parenting experts. We can’t wait to be part of their exciting journey into the parent club.’

Family favourites including Cybex, Silvercross, Cosatto, Snüz, Chicco, Doona, Ergobaby, MAM, Tommee Tippee, Maxi-Cosi, Childs Farm and BabyBjörn are set to be amongst the 200 labels at the show, with not-on-the-high-street brands also demonstrating their latest collections. And if you like to try before you buy, there’s even a Buggy Testing Track and baby changing area with free Lidl Lupilu nappies inside.

Grazia and The Juggle are supporters of The Baby Show and our readers can buy tickets at £15pp for the day. The event is running from 4th-6th March at ExCel London.

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