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You Can Track Where Santa Is Right Now As He Delivers Presents Worldwide

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You Can Track Where Santa Is Right Now As He Delivers Presents Worldwide

You better not shout, you better not cry - Santa Claus is coming and you can now check his whereabouts.

It's Christmas Eve and millions of children all across the world will be receiving presents from the big man himself, as he sets to travel a staggering 315,000,000 mile journey.

And if you want to see where Father Christmas is at the moment as Rudolph and co draw his present-laden sleigh, you can see where he's heading on the Norad Santa Tracker.

Father Christmas is off delivering presents (Credit: Unsplash)
Father Christmas is off delivering presents (Credit: Unsplash)
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Things can be viewed in either 3-D or 2-D, and provides a comprehensive list of where Santa has been and where he's heading next. In a particularly 2020 move from Norad, the Santa icon is wearing a facemask, as he too does his bit to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

As it's still pretty early on in the day, we have some time before Father Christmas makes it to the United Kingdom - with jolly old Saint Nick still knocking about in Indonesia and Singapore for the time being.

And when Santa does eventually land in Britain, he's going to need some sustenance after a particularly long and hard day.

While it's tradition to leave out milk and cookies (or a slug of brandy if you're a particularly generous household) for Father Christmas, McDonald's is doing their bit to make sure his reindeers (who do all the hard work, let's be honest) also get fed.

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You can check Father Christmas's route (Credit: Norad)
You can check Father Christmas's route (Credit: Norad)

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.

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Reindeers need loving too (Credit: Unsplash)
Reindeers need loving too (Credit: Unsplash)

The Reindeer Ready website, back by popular demand, allows parents a chance to 'film' one of Father Christmas' reindeer eating carrots in their house.

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: Christmas, UK News

Kimberley Bond
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