Fans of the OG diva Gemma Collins can now get their hands on her very own GC-branded advent calendar.
The advent features a festive photo of the star set to a pink, bling scene, and within, the calendar is filled with pink chocolate. Dreamy.
The makers say: "Dreaming of a Pink Christmas? Then get your hands on the Luxury Limited Edition Gemma Collins Pink Chocolate Advent Calendar.
"The Only Way to Countdown to Christmas in True Diva Style.
"Each day you'll get a delicious Pink Chocolate behind each window!
"Don't miss this opportunity to get the most Divalicious Advent Calendar on the market."
The calendar - which retails for £19.99 online - is set to be a hit with fans of the TOWIE star.
After Gemma posted about the calendar on her Instagram, fans were quick to tag their friends who adore the icon.
"I'm getting you one of these," wrote one person.
"Please get me one!!!" begged another.
"Would love one of these," not so subtly hinted a third, tagging their friend.
"Omg we need this," said another.
It would make the perfect gift for the GC lover in your life, don't you think?
Gemma, 39, recently opened up about about suffering a miscarriage.
The TV star, who has previously spoken about her struggles with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), explained that she'd thought she was suffering from a heavy period and left it 10 days before seeking help.
Appearing on Loose Women, also spoke about her 'heartbreaking' split from on-off boyfriend James Argent and admitted she felt that motherhood had been 'robbed' from her.
Gemma said: "It was really difficult for me in isolation because, as you know, with my condition of PCOS, it's not easy to fall pregnant and I did suffer a miscarriage which was really sad during the lockdown period."
The reality star, who previously suffered a miscarriage in 2012, said of her condition: "I have suffered with it for the last 10 years. I started to gain weight when I was 28, my periods were all over the place. I've suffered miscarriages.
"I did go through a very sad miscarriage in lockdown. Due to PCOS I just thought that I was having an unusually heavy period. I actually left it 10 days."
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