Asda have sent supermarket shoppers wild with their latest addition their toy collection.
The affordable store has added a giant plush toy in the form of unicorn to their shelves, which will no doubt be on most Christmas wish lists this year.
Asda's huge Kid Connection Blue Laying Unicorn is 122cm in heght and is the perfect size for kids to cuddle, play and lie on.
The super-soft toy is suitable for children ages one and above, and is part of a soft toy collection including giant elephants, teddy bears and penguins, all ranging from just below 1 metre to 130cm.
George's Kid Connection Blue Laying Unicorn costs £30 and has already sold out on Asda's website, but should be restocked soon.
One happy mum's review gave the soft toy five stars and read: "I have purchased this for my 9 year old daughter for Christmas.
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"It arrived today and it’s lovely really pleased with it think it’s really good value for money and my daughter will be amazed on Christmas morning."
The giant cuddly also comes in pink, which is slightly smaller at 100cm and costs just £15.00.
It's luckily still in stock and has rave reviews from parents who gave bought them as Christmas presents for their kids.
One customer wrote: "Good quality value can't wait for my daughter to see it Christmas Day she will love it also got the monkey teddy too for her twin brother."
Another added: "I bought this for Christmas for our Granddaughter. I had previously tried to purchase this item but it went out of stock really quickly. Not surprised, it's such good value for money, and I am sure Gracie will love it when she opens it on Christmas morning. Love Asda."
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