Aldi employee’s 4-year-old son, Finley, wins Next Top Baby competition

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Model behaviour from Bedford's Finley...

One Aldi employee from Bedford has seen her son take centre stage as he’s been chosen to grace the supermarket’s new nappy packs.

Chloe Cameron, who works at the Westville Road store, off Ampthill Road, entered her son, Finley, in the store’s Next Top Baby competition.

The own-brand award-winning Mamia nappies have been given a new look and feature children of Aldi employees on the packs. Out of hundreds of entries, Bedford’s very own Finley has been chosen.

His mum, Chloe has worked at Aldi since 2013 and was sure her 4-year-old had star potential.

“Finley is just so cheeky and loves posing,” commented Chloe, “I couldn’t help but think he would be perfect as a model so when the Mamia competition was announced I couldn’t help but put him forward.”

Aldi has selected 12 baby-faced winners to grace the packs of the UK’s best-selling own-brand nappies, which will be available in Aldi stores this month.

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