Perhaps the most bizarre identifying feature of a posh nursery singled out by Tatler is a dead woodlouse.The magazine implies that the insect, common in older houses, acts as a well-to-do child's first pet.Last December Aldi sold more than 69,000 bottles of Prosecco every day over December – reaching a total of 2million.

Meanwhile, a £5.29 Prosecco from Lidl beat a number of upmarket stores, including M&S, to be crowned runner-up for sparkling wine during a blind taste test by Good Housekeeping.

Blind taste tests last Christmas also found the smoked salmon, mince pies and mulled wine were tastier at Lidl and Aldi than at stores such as Fortnum and Mason and Harrods.

Tatler advised keeping a dressing up box filed with expensive costume jewelry and cheap clothes, with a piggy bank reserved for tooth fairy money only.

Peterborough United will play either League One rivals Bury or National League side Woking away from home in the second round of the FA Cup, if they beat Tranmere Rovers at Prenton Park in a first round replay.

In an article called 'What posh people keep in their nurseries', the magazine gave new mums and dads tips on what distinguishes an upper class nursery from an altogether more common version.

And it seems tell-tale signs include old books, conkers and - bizarrely - a woodlouse.

It said: 'Expect to find Sylvanian Family members literally everywhere.

They'll be wedged down the side of an armchair, having scaled its Everest-like back, only to plunge hopelessly down again when their hiking rope (piece of string) snapped.

Peterborough United boss Grant Mc Cann reckons Marcus Maddison’s wondergoal against Shrewsbury was better than George Boyd’s famous goal from the halfway line in a Championship game against Huddersfield in October 2012.