Mummy blogger goes inside world's biggest Primark's Disney cafe with balloon wall and Mickey Mouse shaped pancakes

THE world's biggest Primark opened in Birmingham this week, but for many Brits that's still a long way to travel.

Luckily mummy blogger Emma Conway has given her fans a sneak peak inside – showing off the Disney cafe's balloon wall and giant Mickey Mouse arch.

One for all you UTTER DISNEY NERDS!!!!! OR BRUMMIES! OR PRIMARK GEEKS. I’ve just left an event (gifted) at THE NEW BLOODY BIG PRRRRIIIMMAAAARRRRKKKKK the one you’ve been tagging me in for months and months. It’s RUDDDDYYYYYY AMAZING. It opens tomorrow. I’ve shoved loads of stories up so you can see it in all over its glory. There’s Mickey waffles! There’s instagram walls! THERE BIRMINGHAM T-SHIRTS! Oh god what a day! Birmingham is now famous for more than UB40, Alison Hammond and having more canals than Venice. WE ARE ON THE MAP BABS! 🐭❤️💸 #iwasrabid #likerabid

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The 41-year-old Birmingham local, who's mum to daughter Erin and son Ethan, blogs as Brummy Mummy of 2.

Stepping inside the five-floor shopping paradise, Emma joked: "This is the best thing to happen in Birmingham since UB40, since Alison Hammond.

"I'm so excited, I really need a wee. It is absolutely ginormous here, you are all going to lose your minds if you come, it's beautiful."

The first stop on Emma's tour was the Disney cafe, where they play tunes from popular films like Frozen non-stop.

Describing it as a "50s style diner", Emma showed her followers around fun features like a Disney balloon wall, kids' play area and Mickey Mouse Instagram wall.

If that's not enough, shoppers enter the cafe through an arch made out of giant Mickey ears.

All that shopping is sure to get people hungry – but luckily they can munch on treats like Mickey shaped pancakes, waffles and fruit skewers.

While the family friendly menu includes cakes, chicken bites, fish finger wraps, pizza, smoothies, salads, sandwiches and mugs of steaming hot chocolate with Mickey's face stencilled onto them.

Emma gushed: "I love it" but said of her waffle: "I feel a bit sad I've just bitten into his face."

She described the fruit skewers, which cost less than £2, as "perfect for the kiddos. Nice healthy eating."

The Primark superstore also includes Harry Potter section with a selfie station.

Emma said: "It's really nicely decorated. I know lots of you love Harry Potter, this is really good to have it all in one place."

The mum also looked round the Disney homeware section and beauty station, but there one a definite highlight for the proud Brummy – a neon wall covered in local phrases.

She said: "This is really fun. This is super cool for Brummy people."

Fabulous fashion writer Gabi also had a nose around the brand new Primark store.

While we pit Primark's £17 blow dry against a posh £90 one – so can you tell the difference?

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