Many children wait for their admission letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry with baited breath.
Convinced that when they turn 11 it will come through the post box and a loud booming voice will invite them to the famed turreted castle to learn spells, potions and, crucially, how to fly a broomstick.
Sadly for those kids coronavirus has caused schools to close up and down the country, so they will have to look elsewhere for their fill of magic.
But there is still hope for any budding Harry Potter enthusiasts because Aldi are launching a range of toys and goods dedicated to The Boy Who Lived.
The collection is currently available for pre-order but will be in stores from Sunday 24 May, and it includes an whole array of exciting treats.
One of the most covetable items of the collection is the Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak that costs £27.99 and there is a corresponding app available on iPhone and Android which, with the help of the accompanying tripod, will enable the cloak-wearer to disappear on the screen.
The most vital item for any JK Rowling fan is also up for grabs with no need to visit Olivanders wand shop. For just £12.99 the best-loved supermarket are selling a Harry Potter Light Painting Wand, which will make your child feel like a real wizard.
Featuring an ultra-bright LED tip, this authentic collectible can be activated by a hidden button on its handle. What’s more, shoppers can download the free WOW! Stuff Light Painting App to recreate famous duels or even perfect their wand painting
Also in the range, Aldi will be selling Harry Potter lego, to keep you busy in lockdown, with scenes including a qudditch match that cost £29.99.
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But that’s not all! All aboard the wild Lego Knight Bus (£29.99) where shoppers can relive the wild and memorable scene.
There are also many other items on sale such as a Harry Potter Colouring Book (£4.99), and and Harry Potter Scratch Magic Book (£4.99) which will allow fans to apparate to their favourite locations in the series.
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Additionally, Aldi’s latest range also allows fans to transform any boring room into the wizarding world.
Depending what house they have been sorted into they can head down Diagon ‘aisle’ in stores to pick up a Harry Potter MYO House Scarf (£3.99) and complete the look with Harry Potter Double/Single Duvet set (£14.99/£12.99) and a range of cushions (£4.99).
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