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MeUndies launches new The Child print

The latest limited edition collection has been inspired by Grogu from The Mandalorian.

Underwear specialist MeUndies has welcomed back The Child to its offer with a new limited edition collection.

The fan favourite character from The Mandalorian, Grogu appears across a range of men’s and women’s underwear, onesies, loungewear, socks and BuddyBands (so people can match with their pets).

The new print features original artwork by MeUndies designers which aims to capture the playfulness of the character alongside The Mandalorian’s helmet, banthas (their furry friend and desert transportation) and the butterflies which surround Grogu as he recovers this strength and power from The Force.

All the prints available on MeUndies are limited edition, so once they sell out, they won’t come back. Each order of the Grogu-inspired products will also arrive in limited edition packaging.

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