A MUM with two sets of twins has praised Tesco for giving her a “little extra help” after staff made her a special trolley.
Annie Burton, 32, had her hands full whenever she visited her local store with eight month old Henry and Eadie and two-year-old toddlers William and Elizabeth.
She tried sticking the kids in the shopping cart – two in the flip seats, two standing – but that wasn’t very safe and didn’t leave much room for groceries.
Now, after staff spotted her struggling at the store in Filey, North Yorks, they have made her a bespoke shopping trolley for the four kids.
O2 account manager Annie, 32, who lives on a farm with partner Philip Steel, 35, said: “I tried every combination, carrying two with the other two in the trolley or two babies in the seats and the toddlers stood inside.
“It wasn’t easy. Then a few weeks ago the store managers Carly Gavin and Richard Day spotted me and said they’d had an idea and they were going to get in touch with the trolley manufacturers to build a special one for me.
“I just laughed and thought no more about it. But last week when I went in they said it had arrived and when I saw it I was blown away! They said they’d keep it out the back just for me!
“From now on my life is going to be so much easier, just as long as the wheels don’t go wonky!”
Store manager Richard said: “We were so happy to be able to help Annie out with her shopping and we can’t wait to see her and the little ones in store again.
“We just hope there’s enough room left in the trolley for all the nappies!”