Aldi is launching a 'Friends' homewear range

Aldi is launching a 'Friends' homewear range

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Friends, and fans and cast members alike have been paying tribute to one of the best-loved and most iconic sitcoms of all time.

It's fair to say that, even a quarter of a century later, we can still all laugh with the characters, cry at the romantic moments, and sing the words to the theme tune just like we could in the nineties.

Aldi's 'Friends' homewear. Credit: Aldi

So if you're major Friends fan, and you want to take your obsession with the show that defined a generation to the next level, then you could do worse than invest in some awesome merchandise, and show the world what a great Friends fan you are.

If that's something that takes your fancy, then I have some pretty spectacular news for you: Aldi is apparently due to release a brand new range of Friends-themed homeware this year.

Aldi's 'Friends' homewear. Credit: Aldi

The Aldi Friends homeware range consists of three duvet cover designs emblazoned with the show's logo, two pyjama sets, three separate styles of Friends-themed cushions, and a trio of cups and mugs with the iconic Central Perk café logo on them, so you can really feel like you're sipping a latte with Phoebe, Chandler, Rachel, Monica, Joey, and Ross.

Check out the classic 'Phoebe hates Pottery Barn' scene from Friends:

The range's description on Aldi's official online store states: "Take a trip down memory lane with Aldi’s gifting range that pays homage to one of the most iconic 90s tv series. They’re also the perfect stocking filler or secret Santa gift."

And what about the prices for these awesome items? Well, the cups cost £4.99 ($6.43), while the cushions will set you back £5.99 ($7.71)  Meanwhile the pyjamas cost £8.99 and the duvets £14.99 ($18.03)

Aldi's 'Friends' homewear. Credit: Aldi

But this isn't the only good news we've heard for Friends fans lately. Rumour has it that the entire cast of Friends is apparently in talks to film a special reunion show.