TRY and contain your excitement festive fans because the M&S Christmas advert is well and truly underway.
Film crews were spotted in one of London’s busiest shopping districts last night… and we can’t wait to find out what heart-warming story line will have in store this year.
Trying to inject a little Christmas magic into Bond Street in September, the pavements were scattered with fake snow as the shops twinkled with fairy lights and extravagant displays.
While M&S are keeping their Christmas narrative closely under wraps, it looks like one-time Doctor Who actress Jill Winternitz will be our heroine as she battles the crowds to get all her Xmas shopping done.
Lugging around multiple shopping bags (including a bright red M&S tote, obvs), the star is then attached to a pulley as she gets progressively bogged down by the swarms of people.
As she helplessly tries to weave her way around the crowds of bustling shoppers (we feel her pain), the stylish star was also pictured in a stunning cashmere camel coat which stylists paired with a cream beret, plaid skirt and timeless black boots.
And if you ask us, this is a look we’ll be emulating for all our Christmas shopping come December.
This, or something out of Holly Willoughby’s new Marks & Spencer collection.
Because if anything was going to take our eye off of THAT pink coat, it was going to be this chic camel colour.
- Wool Rich Single Breasted Cashmere Coat, £149 from M&S – buy now
So while we’ll have to wait and see what the rest of the advert has in store for us, one thing we almost know for certain is that Take That may be providing the soundtrack to this Bond Street shopping spree.
That does it. We’re well and truly ready for Christmas.
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