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It's Christmas Eve, and while the festive season may be looking a little different for families across the UK this year, we can't help but be a little excited for Father Christmas's big visit tonight.
As tradition states, families all over the world will be leaving out mince pies and milk (or brandy, if you're feeling particularly generous) for Santa to keep his energy levels up as he delivers presents to children.
And of course, Rudolph and co can't go without a snack either - so McDonald's is making sure Santa's reindeer are kept fed tonight.
The fast-food chain is giving out free bags of baby carrots, which they have adorably named reindeer snacks, for Christmas Eve.
To get your hands on the veggies, all you need to do is drop into your nearest Maccies and ask to claim your free bag of reindeer treats - and you'll be ready for Santa to slide down the chimney, no problem,
McDonald's has gone all out to keep kids entertained this difficult Christmas, and is also offering a chance for you to grab a video of Santa's reindeer in your living room.
The Reindeer Ready 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.
In other heart-warming Christmassy news, three sweet dogs have recreated the nativity scene, and they look so cute.
Owner Heidi Birchall, 54, from Ormskirk, planned the Christmas scene on a whim, dressing up her three fur babies in towels and placing them around a manger with baby Jesus (represented by a pottery dog).
She then spent 10 minutes persuading the patient pups - a Jack Russell and two Border Terriers - to pose for the adorable snaps.
Featured Image Credit: McDonald's
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