Christmas is almost upon us and what better way to gear up for the festive season than touching base with all our favourite celebrities about what's on their wish list this year.
We've got the goss on everyone's Christmases, from Good Morning Britain'sKate Garraway to reality star turned Pretty Little Thing's Creative DirectorMolly-Mae Hague.
From what's cooking, to what they hope will be under the tree, your favourite celebrities reveal their festive plans and Christmas wishes
Keep reading to find out what all your favourite stars – including Jacqueline Jossa, Dermot O'Leary, Vicky Pattison and Vicky Pattison – will be getting up to during their Christmas holidays.
My role on Christmas day is to keep my head down. My job is to perform but in my time off I’m more of a sit on the sofa comatose kinda guy.
I’ve gone big on Christmas this year. We moved into our house five months ago and it’s the first time I’ve had the space for a huge tree. That’s half the reason I wanted this house!
You know what? I’d love a Times number one best seller as my Christmas gift! Can I ask for that? I have a new book out in January and that was make my year!
Craig Revel Horwood
I'll be in rented accommodation by the sea due to doing panto. It'll be a proper Christmas menu, the Queen's speech, Strictly, then more wine and games.
My biggest wish for 2022 is to be in the new house.! The builders have said we’ll be in by spring. Fingers crossed!
I love that feeling of the house smelling of turkey, everybody coming together, and seeing family and friends you haven't seen for a while – it's just so special. Being a mum, it's all about seeing the magic in our children's eyes.
Every year my resolution is to get more dogs. But I already have six so that might be quite challenging!
I can guarantee we'll be watching National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, which is a family tradition. Then it will be Jingle All The Way, Four Christmases, Die Hard and Gremlins. All the bangers!
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I just want to spend time with Tommy and my family this Christmas. Family time is so important as I really don’t get to go home as much as I’d like.
I just love being around everyone, wrapping paper everywhere, the house full of kids running around, toys. It’s definitely my favourite time of the year. I’ve had my decorations up since the start of November!
We’re splitting the holidays between my family in the Cotswolds and my girlfriend Annabel’s in Buckinghamshire. I don’t actually celebrate New Year, it’s my least favourite day of the year. I actually find it a bit depressing.
Christmas starts with a cup of tea in bed, watching the boys open present. They're teenagers but there's still excitement.
On Christmas Day, my only tradition is to work my way through a whole tin of Quality Street.
I'm a Christmas Eve baby, so it's a double celebration! My daughter and her best friend will be coming to ours, and mainly I'm hoping for a more normal Christmas this year.
Last year, I cooked Christmas lunch. Never again… oh God, it was awful. This year, my mother-in-law or sister-in-law will do it and I'll provide the entertainment.
We eat traditionally Italian fare over Christmas – seafood on Christmas Eve, lasagne on Christmas Day. I'm not going to be venturing into baking a panettone because it takes a week and I'm too busy.
I’ll spend Christmas at my parents house – I’m such a home person and I feel happier with all my family around me. I’m not a Christmas party girl so I’ll avoid the London party scene this year. I need some rest over Christmas.
Under the Christmas tree I’d like to find a lovely piece of jewellery or a nice handbag, I hope my husband Max is thinking of presents!
Anyone who knows me knows that Christmas is my absolute favourite time of the year. My whole family wear matching Pyjamas and we get our Christmas jumpers out.
Finally, we're going to go and see Aljaz's family in Slovenia for the whole of Christmas and New Year. We had our second niece born during Covis and we haven't met her yet. We're so excite to get out there.
My eldest daughter Maddie was born on Christmas Day, so that was my best Christmas present ever. My worst was a bed jacket from an ex-boyfriend's mother, who didn't want me to have too much fun at her house, so she gave me a crocheted bed jacket!
It’s our tradition to do Elf on a Shelf every year for the kids but I don’t know why as I find it such a struggle! On Christmas Day, Tyson goes for a big walk with his brothers and the kids and they jump in puddles and come back soaked, but they love it.
Christmas is all about the food, it’s time to indulge and chill. Drinks wise, my taste buds have changed over the years and I love tequila or rose.
Christmas morning starts with me eating an entire Chocolate Orange for breakfast.
We've always had an open Christmas invitation at our house, so if people are at a loose end or have nowhere to go, they can always come to our house.
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Olivia and Alex Bowen
Olivia: New year’s resolutions? Oh I’m awful, I started pilates recently so maybe I’ll try to stick with that.
Alex: You’ll have given up within a couple of weeks!
My partner Angus is the best cook in the world and I'm hopeless. So he does the Christmas cooking, and that works perfectly for me.
My Christmas morning will start with a sea swim.
This year, Josie Gibson and her son are with me for diner on Christmas Day, and I just can't wait.
My daughter Ella is six years old and she brings the magic of Christmas back to life again. She's extremely excited and has drawn up a long list, but I've had to explain to her that Father Christmas won't be able to get all of her requests!
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