Baby Jogger City Premier in colour Indigo

*Please note this is a collaborative post

After watching the exciting new ITV 2 show Victoria we decided to take a family trip to nearby Hampton Court Palace to indulge in a bit of royal history, albeit from a different era. This beautiful landmark, built by Cardinal Wolsey in 1515 for Henry VIII, is only a short bus ride away. So on a sunny Sunday afternoon these beautiful surroundings seemed the perfect location to take our new Baby Jogger City Premier for a stroll.

We had a wonderful day and were luckily with the weather for late October. We ate Sunday lunch at their cafe. Daddy Long Legs enjoyed roast turkey and Caspian and I shared a generous portion of fish ‘n’ chips. Then we ventured out to explore the grounds.

Caspian enjoying the ride in the Baby Jogger City Premier


Like a true prince Caspian sits comfortably on his new throne. He happily commands where we venture to next. The seat can be turned both ways, so perfect if you prefer having your little one face you instead. The City Premier also reclines to a completely flat position. This allows our boy to relax and nap when out and about. The stroller is on the heavier side so feels robust and sturdy yet is still easy to push and glides along smoothly.

Baby Jogger City Premier at Hampton Court Palace.

One of my favourite features is the generous sized basket. It easily holds a week’s food shop. This also means it’s particular roomy for days out where you might need to bring a variety of items including blankets, extra layers of clothes and even food and drinks for the whole family.

Other great design features are the extendable handle with a great grip. But also the windows in the hood with magnetic (and therefore silent!) fastenings, the easy-to-reach brake meaning no more fiddling with a foot brake as well as good, sturdy wheels allowing for a smooth ride. This is a state-of-the-art stroller which even folds up in two easy steps with the seat attached!

Some of the fantastic features on the Baby Jogger City Premier.

The City Premier was introduced this year and comes in two colours; the beautiful indigo like here and an equally gorgeous tan. You can customize your stroller with a vast selection of extras. With winter approaching we chose the warm fleece-lined foot muff so Caspian is kept toasty through ’till spring. Then also a hand muff along with the recliner seat, a tray and drinks holder, which he loves and a carry bag for travelling.

A selection of the extras for the Baby Jogger City Premier

Please note all accessories are sold separately.Β For full product information please visit the Baby Jogger website.


We have teamed up with the lovely people at Baby Jogger to giveaway one City Premier in Indigo to one lucky reader. Find all the information in this post.Β Good luck!


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  1. The weather looks gorgeous and your photos are just lovely. I’d love to visit here. When I’m in need of a new pram will definitely consider this one, it looks a great.


  2. Sounds great – like the idea of the magnetic fastenings. We have a navy bugaboo – I love the colour, but the break is starting to break (no pun intended!) so we need to get that sorted. I think I’ll be looking for a double next though, if love another baby next year if possible so holding off on a single pushchair for now! #kcacols

  3. Looks great and your little prince looks well and truly comfortable. I rarely see a pram with a tray attached to the front, our pram has one and I really find it handy when out and about for the whole day. Great review x #KCACOLS

  4. Looks lovely. I was always looking for a stroller with loads of room to carry stuff and the extendable handle is a bonus too. #KCACOLS

  5. It looks fab Nadia. I love that it has a big basket nothing worse than not having anywhere to put your shopping when you have a pram to push too is there. Love how the window in the hood is silent that was always guaranteed to wake Olivia up if I touched it! Great review #kcacols

  6. I’ve heard great things about the baby joggers! I love my silver cross but I actually think one of those would be so much better for our lifestyle #kcacols

  7. Oooh I love a good buggy! This reminds me of our M&P Armadillo. Glad to hear of the big basket and looks like it’s easy to get to, – slight down side of ours. We don’t use it that much anymore because Little L likes to be independent and walk #KCACOLS

  8. Fab review! We have the baby jogger city mini double and it has been a fab pram for my youngest three. I love baby jogger as a brand, I don’t think you can go wrong! #KCACOLS

  9. Looks like a really neat little stroller. We bought an umbrella folding one for a trip abroad but mainly use the buggy from our travel system still. It’s not dissimilar to this because it’s a bit more solid and holds plenty. If we ever had to buy a new one, I’d consider something like this. #KCACOLS

  10. This is a really lovely pushchair!One of the biggest problems I always had with mine were the basket never being big enough so this would have been ideal for me.All of mine are too old now though πŸ™‚ x #kcacols

    1. You could still get one for when you go do the weekly shop πŸ˜‰ I’ve had the same problem with small baskets, so was really impressed. Thanks for stopping by x

  11. This really is the great side of prams moving on so much in how comfy they are. My boys didnt have that much luxury when they were tiny, this one looks fab though:)



  12. Baby joggers are great, I didn’t know about this one. I like the fact it’s 4 wheels not 3 as per a lot of the range. Looks like a fun day out at Hampton Court! #kcacols

  13. I absolutely lovery the baby jogger. I went through so many buggies and prams on my daughter and was never happy with any of them. The baby jogger is on my wishlist. #kcacols

  14. Nice photos πŸ™‚ this pram was recommended to us when we bought ours, but it was a previous model. Had it had the reversible handle I think we would have been sold! #KCACOLS

  15. What a great buggy. I have heard lots about how these baby joggers are perfect for navigating the city with. Your little one looks snug as a bug, and it looks nice and substantial, which is always something that I look for. #KCACOLS

  16. ah what a lovely day out to road test the pram πŸ™‚ id love to go to Hampton Court palace. I got a bit obsessed with all things royal after watching the Tudors. haven’t tried Victoria though yet #KCACOLS

  17. I live near Hampton Court Palace so know those bumpy gravel tracks well! Talk about taking on a challenge – if the buggy can survive a day trip there, it can survive anything. I’ve got a double buggy to get me around these days but this looks amazing. I love all your great images and it’s a brilliant prize up for grabs! #KCACOLS

  18. I love the look of this pram, especially the wheels – They look like they could take a bit more abuse than my current pram which falters at the slightest pebble or curb! Also looks like there’s quite a good bit of room for the legs to grow which again mine fails on! Looks like I may have to get in the market for a new pram! #KCACOLS

  19. When my kids were babies I just had a big clunky pushchair with squeeky wheels lol. The gardens look lovely to walk around.

  20. My sister has a baby Jogger city mini and loves it. I have to say I am a fan of my maclaren globetrotter. I have to carry it up the stairs to my flat so I need it to be really light. Pen x #KCACOLS

  21. Brillaint video! Your little boy is absolutely beautiful. I love the deep colour of this pram. I just bought myself a baby jogger and I think I might treat myself to some extras today too that hand muff looks like a good idea πŸ‘

    1. Thank you. Yes, the hand muff is great – it means you don’t have to take gloves on and off going into shops etc. It wasn’t cold enough when we shot this to use it, but it’s definitely come in handy since. x

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