Primark fans are only just realising how their changing rooms really work and they can’t believe they never noticed | The Sun

THANKS to TikTok, we’re all learning how to properly adult – or at least tie our dressing gowns more securely. 

But now a Primark worker has caused a stir after she revealed how to properly use the store's dressing rooms – and shoppers can’t believe they’ve never noticed. 


Chelsea, known online as @princezzchelley, regularly shares lifestyle content with her 1,000 followers. 

In one of her recent videos, the content creator showed how to properly close the changing rooms using the metal rings at the side of the curtain. 

This helps to avoid it gapping or to stop people walking in. 

“Have you ever noticed these hooks in the Primark fitting room? 

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“So you can try on without worrying someone will open the curtain.” 

Fans loved the content creator’s hack, with the video gaining more than 14,000 likes and 1.5 million views. 

In the comments, Chelsea’s followers couldn’t believe they’d missed this, with one writing: “I verbally gasped.” 

Another said: “I legit had to think for a second if we had those in the Primark nearby.”

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Someone else commented: “Never noticed!” 

@rachlouisee had noticed them, sharing: “Mine has those and the curtains also have little magnets that stick them to the wall.”

Although not everyone was convinced, with one writing: “Still think a door with a lock would be better.”

Someone else commented: “They really are reinventing a door but slowly huh.” 

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