You Can 'Film' A Reindeer Visiting Your Home To Show The Kids On Christmas Morning
For millions of us across the country, our Christmas plans have suddenly changed - leaving many of us feeling a little flat this festive season.
But while we're lamenting the thought of a Covid Christmas, children across the country are still excited for the big day.
And now you can spread a little more of the festive cheer by inviting a reindeer into your house chow down on some carrots.
Watch our video below!
Okay, so it's not a real reindeer, but the McDonald's Reindeer Ready website can give a pretty lifelike simulation.
The website, back by popular demand, allows parents a chance to 'film' one of Father Christmas' reindeer eating carrots in their house.
It will then ask an individual to take a good-quality picture of their living room and the website will do the rest.
Using the photo that's uploaded, the site will add a video of a reindeer eating some carrots in your home setting.
You can then save the photo to share with your little ones on Christmas Day as proof Santa has popped round the night before.
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Parents preparing to organise the surprise for their little ones should get on the website sooner rather than later, as the Reindeer Ready website can often get extremely busy and slow on Christmas Eve itself.
For those looking to entertain the children now the school is broken up for the festive season, the website also features a social AR game for kids, a festive audiobook and activity sheets - perfect to distract little ones as your wrap their presents.
In other happy Christmas news, the Toby Carvery has revealed you can now order your Christmas lunch from them to collect - brilliant if you're too busy (or too lazy) to cook on the big day.
For just £24.99, the two course meal comes with a selection of freshly carved meats, festive vegetables and accompaniments including pigs in blankets, as well as Toby Carvery's famous ruffled roasties and signature Yorkshire puds. It comes rounded off with a slice of classic Christmas pudding, served with brandy sauce or custard.
The famous carvery are also offering vegetarian alternatives, including cheddar, spinach and mushroom.
Roll on the big day!
Featured Image Credit: Reindeer Ready/Tobi Akingbade
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