A SAVVY shopper has joked Primark has her in a chokehold after doing a huge Christmas haul in store.

Megan Welsh bought her first home in Glasgow this summer and has spent months transforming it into a colourful and quirky haven.

And in the run up to her first festive period in the flat, the 25-year-old has excitedly started buying decorations.

Holding up her Primark shopping bag, she said: "I love Primark. Primark has me in a chokehold.

"Their Christmas stuff is out, and I know people are like, it is so weird if you buy Christmas stuff before Halloween has even been.

"I get it. But also, why'd you care? Why have you got a bee in your bonnet?

"For me, I actually don't have any Christmas decorations because this is my first year ever living alone, so I need to start early.

"You know, my bank account cannot handle that shock to the f***ing system come December or November, whenever it's appropriate to be buying Christmas decorations.

"So I started now."

The YouTuber and podcast host shared her festive haul on TikTok (@meganowelsh).

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She bagged two "cute" Christmas tea towels and Christmas tree napkins for £1.

She joked: "Will I be having Christmas dinner in my flat? No.

"Can I cook? No.

"Will I use my napkins? Yes."

Megan also picked up some "ugly" £1 decorations for the tree – a miniature suitcase and a lobster.

Holding one up for the camera, she admitted: "This is lowkey quite ugly, but ugly cute."

But the Christmas fanatic's favourite find was a matching pair of candy cane cushions.

"Look at these cushions for the couch", she gushed.

"Candy canes. I picked up two of these. Slay.

"Oh, look, [they create] a wee love heart. How much do you love your candy canes? This much."

Megan also bagged a new bathroom towel, pyjamas  and pink fluffy ear muffs from Rita Ora's collection in her haul.

The Scots influencer is set to hit our TV screens next year as reality show The Agency: Unfiltered returns for a second season on BBC Scotland.

The new series will once again follow Aquarius Creative, Scotland's largest influencer agency, its founders Kirsten Cameron and Amy Moore, and their clients.

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Kirsten and Amy said: "We're so excited to have the opportunity to share our story with viewers once again, showing them the unfiltered reality of our world.

"We're passionate about what we do and it’s been humbling to see the audience response to the first series.  We can’t wait to get going on series two.”  

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