A Heartstopper fan has created a Lego set inspired by the series – and it looks amazing

A Heartstopper fan has created a Lego set inspired by the hit Netflix series and graphic novel.

Heartstopper fan has created a Lego set inspired by the series – and we need it in our lives.

The fan has designed a set inspired by Charlie Spring’s bedroom from the hit Netflix series, complete with mini figures of the main characters.

It’s been created for ‘Lego Ideas’, where Lego enthusiasts can showcase proposals for new sets that will hopefully become a reality and be available to buy on the Lego website.

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Since being posted to the ‘Lego Ideas’ page in May, it’s received more than 7,000 supporters, becoming one of the most popular sets on the page.

Fans are loving the design, with one commenting: “love this so much omg, this needs to become reality, would love to buy it”.

Another said: “god this is such an awesome set im putting all my hope this will become a reality”.

One fan wrote: “It’s so realistic omg this has to become a set”.

Another summed up what many fans of the series were thinking: “It’s not that I want it, I need it”

A Heartstopper fan has created a potential Lego set inspired by the hit Netflix series.

A Heartstopper fan has created a potential Lego set inspired by the hit Netflix series. (Lego)

The set features Charlie’s neon “Music” sign, his bookshelf, posters and bed, where Nick exclaimed he was having “a proper full on gay crisis”.

There’s also Charlie’s drum kit, which was part of a cute scene in the show where he teaches Nick how to play.

The designer – named Feace on the Lego Ideas page – has also created five mini figures, with characters Charlie, Nick, Elle, Tao and Isaac all being part of the set.

It features details from Charlie's bedroom including his neon 'Music' sign. (Lego)

It features details from Charlie’s bedroom including his neon ‘Music’ sign. (Lego)

Previous ‘Lego Ideas’ that have made it into the shop include sets inspired by hit TV shows, FriendsThe OfficeSesame Street and Seinfeld.

So Heartstopper fans will be hoping that Charlie’s Bedroom will also become one of Lego’s official sets that you can buy.


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Earlier this month Charlie’s bedroom was brought to life at Waterstones in Piccadilly, as the store built a pop-up set for fans to visit.

It featured all of the details from the series including his bookshelf, trinkets and neon sign.

The pop-up proved to be popular as the store extended its stay from just one week to the whole of July to give more Heartstopper fans a chance to see it, and take selfies, obviously.

Heartstopper’s Yasmin Finney speaks at London Trans+ Pride

Yasmin Finney, who plays Elle in the series was among more than a thousand LGBTQ+ people protesting against the Tory government’s increasing attacks against trans people.

Speaking at London Trans+ Pride, she told the crowd in Soho Square that the government is trying to “eradicate” trans people.

“We’re all here and we’re just duplicating,” she said. “Look at how many of us there are. Like, hello? Boris! Bye!”

She added: “So, Boris, I hope you see Heartstopper, I hope you see Doctor Who, because I exist. And I know you know I exist. We all exist – and we’re not going anywhere. Period”.

It came a week after fellow cast members, Joe Locke, Jenny Walser, Kit Connor, Sebastian Croft, Tobie Donovan, Corinna Brown and Kizzy Edgell trolled anti-LGBTQ+ protesters with joyous dance at Pride in London.

The Heartstopper stars were met with cheers and thunderous claps from people in the parade and praise on social media as a result of the powerful moment.