TONIGHT’S Dragon’s Den left viewers in tears after one mum scooped a never-been-done-before double offer.
Charlotte Morley left the infamous BBC den with £140,000 in investment split between Steven Bartlett and Deborah Meaden.
Charlotte, who launched clothing rental platform for children, thelittleloop, terug in 2020, pitched successfully to the dragons on tonight’s episode.
Four out of five of the entrepreneurial panel were won over by her pitch, with only Peter Jones claiming the business was uninvestable.
Deborah Meaden commented that she “absolutely loved” the business, and wanted to be a “part of something that makes a difference”.
Steven Bartlett then expressed that “this business seems to have it all!”
The episode culminated in Charlotte accepting two of the four offers: one from Deborah Meaden, who offered £70,000 for 12.5% of the brand and Steven Bartlett, who offered £70,000 for 15% of the brand.
In a very gutsy move, Charlotte asked both Steven and Deborah to invest the full amount of money for 12.5% elkeen, which was gladly accepted by the pair.
The life-changing deal caused Charlotte to well up, and dragon Sara Davies followed suit.
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They weren’t the only ones who were left teary-eyed with tonight’s episode.
Endless viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts, saying they were thrilled with the outcome.
Another Tweeted: “That last #dragonsden pitch brought tears to my eyes. Well done”
Whilst another added: “Sjoe! Fair play to her. I’ve got tears in my eyes for her! #dragonsden“