Christmas has come early for a whole host of celebrities tearing up the festive rule book and getting their decorations up a whole six weeks early.
It’s the age-old debate: how long should you wait to put up your Christmas decorations?
While it might be more traditional to hold off on the holly until December, this year in a bid to lighten the lockdown mood celebrities are digging out the decorations in November.
While some have gone full-on festive and turned their homes into a complete winter wonderland others have gone more minimalist on the holiday vibe, but all say getting their Christmas on early this year has helped them to beat the coronavirus blues.
Sharing their snaps to Instagram, the stars have been giving fans a glimpse into their festive homes as they start early on the celebrations of the most magical time of the year.
Here’s a round-up of the celebrities who have gone early on Christmas 2020...
Radio host and former model Kelly Brook echoed the sentiments of many early Christmas decorators, claiming she decided to get her tree up early due to the national lockdown.
“Boris made me do it,” she captioned a picture of her holding up a mince pie in front of her traditionally decorated tree.
Former Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh showed off her beautiful Christmas display, but revealed she’s waiting to put up her tree as she’s planning on getting a real one in December.
“I’m fully aware it’s early November but lockdown 2 is decidedly more depressing than the first one so here we are..” she captioned a video revealing her festive decor in all it’s sparkly glory.
Dame Joan Collins
Dame Joan Collins is another star who has caved into the Christmas decorating early this year.
“So what else should one do in during #lockdown in #november?” she wrote alongside image of her raising a glass of fizz in front of her fabulous Christmas tree.
Opting for a chic white, gold and red colour scheme, the actor looked thrilled with her festive ensemble, and rightly so.
Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan
The former Coronation Street actor has gone big on the festive decorations this year, transforming her and husband Mark Wright's farmhouse into a total Santa’s Grotto.
The Brassic actor shared a photo of their front door on Instagram and showed off the incredible festive garland arch, complete with light up candy canes and giant toy soldiers.
“The festivities have started early,” she wrote in the accompanying caption. “It’s 2020, and the rules have gone out the window!! Pass me the mulled wine.”
In a video reveal of the decorations, which Wright shared to Instagram, the couple’s hallway is a total winter wonderland, housing a Christmas tree, decorated with oversized candy canes, toy soldiers and glittery bows.
“Christmas has come early in our house! Had an absolute mare with the tree, then we got it wright,” the former TOWIE star added in the caption.
As well as sharing her ritzy Christmas tree on Instagram, the Britain's Got Talent judge also gave her 1.6million followers some festive fashion inspo by sharing an image of herself in an angelic white dress.
Having given her fans a glimpse of her glittering tree, Holden, 49, joked that she wouldn’t look out of place on top of it.
“I put my tree up this week I’m thinking I might sit on top of it,” she captioned the shot of her posing outside a lift.
The Queen of Christmas went super early on her decorations this year, sharing a video of her switch from Halloween to holiday season on November 1.
The clip starts with someone wearing a creepy mask opening a door covered in cobwebs, as the door opens Carey's iconic All I Want For Christmas Is You starts playing and Carey is revealed sitting in between her dogs kitted out in festive jumpers.
The trio are seated in front of glitzy Christmas trees as fake snow falls and as the camera zooms in on her, Carey looks at her watch and says, “it's time”.
Well who are we to argue if Carey says it’s time to get our Christmas on?
January Jones is another Hollywood star embracing the festivities early this year.
Sharing a couple of images of her decorated home including stockings hung on the fireplace and a stunning Christmas tree the Mad Men actor admitted to decking her halls on November 1.
And she couldn’t give a festive fig what anyone thinks about it.
While most of the celebrities putting up decorations have admitted to going early this year, for Tan France, this is a yearly occurrence.
The Queer Eye star puts his Christmas tree up on Halloween every year, and doesn’t care what anyone thinks about it!
“10 year Halloween tradition. Christmas Tree goes up. Haters back off!!” he wrote alongside a picture of his ceiling height tree.
Watch: Mum cheers up her neighbours and kids by putting up the Christmas decorations early
Following her brother’s impressive festive display, former reality TV star Jessica Wright has also decked the halls early this Christmas.
The former TOWIE star shared a video clip of the luxe tree in her living room where she time-lapsed herself decorating it.
Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry, 25, is another star who couldn’t wait until December to get her glitter on.
The reality TV star headed to Instagram to show off her chic decorations with a silver, white and blue colour scheme.
With festive music blaring in the background, Ferry also filmed the whole decorating process for her fans to see via Instagram stories.
And the award for the earliest Christmas decorator goes to Maya Jama!
The former Radio 1 DJ put her Christmas tree up back in September, after claiming she was fed up with this year.
“So done with 2020 I'm flinging the Christmas tree up now,” she wrote alongside a post in partnership with hair care brand Aussie Hair posing beside a purple-themed decorated Christmas tree.
The Coronation Street actor is Christmas-ready after slipping into festive pyjamas to put the tree up with his family.
"It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas,” he wrote after sharing a video clip of the family decorating the huge hallway tree.
“Who can blame us for wanting to get 2020 out of the way? So much fun singing and dancing to Christmas music tonight and putting up our tree.”