The outrageous comments, the bad behaviour and of course the flamboyant outfits. Eddy and Patsy are back in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, and to celebrate our partnership we've unveiled limited-edition Diet Coke Absolutely Fabulous-themed bottles and cans. And they're just as fab as you'd imagine, sweetie darling.
Inspired by the glitz and glamour of the much-loved comedy, the designs are decorated with a striking image of Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley as the stylish duo, Edina Monsoon and Patsy Stone. Fans can pick up the limited edition packs from mid-June, only while stocks last.
And for another excuse to hit the shops... you can also get your hands on limited-edition Diet Coke Absolutely Fabulous 250ml Alu bottles from Liberty London and Boots stores nationwide.
Jennifer Saunders (aka Eddy) said: "Just like 'Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie', Diet Coke oozes glitz and glamour so I'm really excited about the partnership and can't wait to enjoy a 'Diet Coke break' with the limited-edition product!”
Watch Heart radio presenter and former Spice Girl, Emma Bunton surprise Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley with a special Diet Coke break...
“As one of this summer's most anticipated films, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie is the ultimate partnership for Diet Coke," said Bobby Brittain, Marketing Director for
"Many of our Diet Coke drinkers grew up watching the iconic British comedy on television so we feel very excited about the collaboration and look forward to celebrating the film with our Diet Coke Absolutely Fabulous themed packs.”
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie from Fox Searchlight Pictures hits cinemas on 1st July. In the meantime, let us know on Twitter what you think of our limited-edition look @DietCokeGB.
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