THEY might be Hollywood’s hottest young couple but even A-listers run out of milk.
Yesterday, we showed you Spider-Man stars Zendaya and Tom Holland buying their groceries at Waitrose in South West London this week.
Hollywood A-listers Tom Holland and Zendaya stunned shoppers with a low-key Waitrose trip, yesterday[/caption]
And they aren’t the only ones to be spotted in shops.
Celebs from Coleen Rooney to Adele have been seen in stores including Aldi and Tesco in recent months.
According to psychologist Emma Kenny, we can tell a lot about a celeb based on where they buy their groceries.
Here, she tells Yasmin Harisha what your choice of supermarket says about you.
YOU are more introverted than people would first believe and you’d far rather go on a walk with nature than be in a crowded room.
Morrisons is the one for you because you think deeply about the choices you make.
Their fresh produce and local Grocery feel means you feel more confident buying from this supermarket.
YOU always seem to be organised and in charge, but in truth you are simply a master at covering the chaos.
Shopping at Sainsbury’s – which has Habitat and Argos in store – works perfectly for your lifestyle as you need everything to be in one place as time never seems to be on your side.
SPONTANEITY should be your middle name.
No one can accuse you of living a humdrum life, as you constantly push yourself to achieve new milestones.
Aldi works for you as you love never quite knowing what you will find in the middle aisle.
Plus, the money you save shopping there can buy you treats.
WHILE some may suggest you’re a little on the blunt side, as far as you care life is too short for wasting time and the sooner a problem is solved, or a crisis is averted the better.
Your shopping style reflects your straightforward nature.
Lidl appeals to you because you hate fuss and like to feel in control of your spending.
AS a creature of habit, you’re proud of the rhythm you have manifested in your life.
You love that on the whole you know exactly what’s around the corner.
M&S fits in with your easy lifestyle.
With their posh ready-made meals, the supermarket makes it less of a chore and more of an experience.
IT’s fair to say that you love order, and some may even accuse you of being a particular when it comes to the finer details in life.
With high quality food, ordered shelves, organic choices and speedy polite service, Waitrose helps to make your life run like clockwork – that is why it appeals to your sensibilities.
THE sky’s the limit for you, and you hate when other people try to bring you down.
And that’s why Tesco appeals to your nature.
You love planning new activities and appreciate that your Clubcard points can soon translate into a new adventure.
A HAPPY home is a full home and there’s nothing you love more than to to sit back surrounded by your nearest and dearest.
For you, Asda offers family friendly choices at prices that means you can spoil the people you love in your life.
People describe you as open hearted, as you extend a welcome to everyone.