THESE Christmas jim-jams look so snappy – with matching prints for all the family.
Coleen Rooney posted a picture on Instagram of her and footie star husband Wayne’s four sons in identical festive PJs.
Now other families can join the party, as high street shops cotton on to identical sleepwear for parents and kids.
From reindeer, penguin and tree prints, to tartan, there is a ho-ho-host of styles, as well as fun slippers or socks.
Abby McHale priced up four family lots of PJs and got the Bartons – David, 43, Emma, 41, Eddie, 11, and Maisy, seven, to try them, give their verdicts and rate them out of ten.
Woodland print, £80 from Next
David – adult PJ, £25
Verdict: These are comfortable and a good fit but not my favourite print.
Emma – adult PJ, £25
Verdict: I love these – the design is simple and stylish.
Eddie – child PJ, £16
Verdict: A bit less colourful than the other sets, which I liked.
Maisy – child PJ, £14
Verdict: I like these pyjamas, they are almost like a tracksuit.
TOTAL RATING: 32
Fair Isle print, £38 from Primark
David – adult PJ, £11
Verdict: My favourite pyjamas of the lot – very comfortable, great fit, good price and they go great with the £2 matching socks.
Emma – adult PJ, £11
Verdict: I love these, especially with the matching socks.
Eddie – child PJ, £8
Verdict: I liked these, they felt really Christmassy.
Maisy – child PJ, £8
Verdict: I do really like these, and the matching socks.
TOTAL RATING: 34
Penguin print, £65 from M&S
David – adult PJ, £19.50
Verdict: I’m a big fan of the cute skiing penguins.
Emma – adult PJ, £19.50
Verdict: I really like the navy blue and the penguin pattern.
Eddie – child PJ, £14
Verdict: This set is a bit boring compared with other ones.
Maisy – child PJ, £12
Verdict: I really love all the cute little skiing penguins all over these, they are such good fun.
TOTAL RATING: 30
Reindeer and tartan print, £65 from Debenhams
David – adult PJ, £18.20
Verdict: The trousers are a bit too baggy, but the slippers, £16 for adults, £14.40 kids, are lots of fun – although not cheap.
Emma – adult PJ, £18.20
Verdict: I love how the red-nosed reindeer matches the festive red of the trousers.
Eddie – child PJ, £15.20
Verdict: Not as comfy as other pyjamas.
Maisy – child PJ, £12.80
Verdict: I totally love these PJs, they are so much fun.
TOTAL RATING: 32
Our man got in first…
By Stuart Pink
MATCHING Christmas pyjamas for all the family are the new novelty festive jumpers.
I first decked out my family for a laugh in 2017 and now everybody is doing it and all the high-street stores are stocking up.
So here I am getting in the pyjama party spirit again with my clan, wife Kirsty and kids Olivia, ten, Lyla, six, and Henry, one.
For the record, the reason for my original purchases was to make the children laugh on Christmas Eve.
But now the sole purpose for the majority of mums and dads buying a family lot of festive PJs is to plaster the pictures all over Instagram and get a whole load of likes.
Just one little word of advice, though. You are best to order as early as possible, not leave it too far into December, because you may struggle getting the correct sizes for all your family.
The last thing any dad wants the night before Christmas is posing for a cute family photo wearing an XS pyjama top and XXL bottoms.