Primark is selling unicorn umbrellas that change colour when wet for £4

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IT’S official – summer is over and we now can’t leave the house without a brolly for fear of getting caught in a rainstorm. Well if the dramatic change in weather is getting you down, then fear not because Primark has brought out some new colour-changing unicorn umbrellas which ...

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