When we clapped eyes on Mindy Kaling’s pram, it’s fair to say that we heard little angels singing and a unicorn galloped across a rainbow-filled sky. And then we got heart eyes. Truly.
“Gold rims and wings”
Mindy gave birth to her first child, Katherine Swati Kaling on December 15, the little girl named in memory of the comedian’s late mother, Dr Swati Chokalingam. She’s remained pretty tight lipped about the new arrival, but has shared a couple of photos of amazing gifts young Katherine has received.
Like this pram for instance. Gasp.
We’ve written about this awesome set of wheels on Babyology before, but it’s pretty amazing to see one in the wild, especially when it’s at Mindy Kaling’s place. Mindy seems stoked too, thanking its maker – Cybex by Jeremy Scott – for the sick ride.
Mindy’s baby wheels – The Cybex By Jeremy Scott pram – combines the know-how of nursery brand Cybex with the irreverent style of Moschino Creative Director, Jeremy Scott. The result is this range of whimsical and extravagant baby products that truly make a statement. Case in point …
The other baby-gear-related post on Mindy’s Instagram was one thanking sports brand Adidas for their thoughtful and very cute care package (above).
“Woke up this morning only to instantly die. Thanks @adidas for these! Do they come in adult sizes too?” Mindy posted.
Tucked into the frame were adorable pastel kicks, a cat-emblazoned tracksuit and a matching jacket – all ridiculously cute and all part of the Adidas Originals by MiniRodini range.
Mini Rodini is a hugely popular Swedish childrenswear label and it’s fair to say this collaboration is a match made in heaven.
The tracksuit (below and above) retails for $70. The Equipment shoes are also $70.
“Hey Oprah, zip it!”
Mindy had her pregnancy confirmed by her A Wrinkle In Time co-star, Oprah Winfrey.
“She did announce it!” Mindy told Ellen Degeneres late last year. “If anyone is going to announce big news about your private life, Oprah Winfrey is the person. You can’t complain that much about it. And you also can’t be like, “Hey, Oprah, zip it’ — because she’s almost like a religious figure.”