With Christmas upon us, tis the season of stockings, chocolate and baubles for their Christmas tree – and today, people across the UK are going to work wearing Christmas jumpers.
Yes, its that time of the year again: Christmas Jumper Day.
Whether its fuzzy jumpers or Star Wars jumpers; whether you want Drakes face on it or a traditional one with a Christmas tree on it; people are taking the opportunity to join in the charity fun.
Save the Children launched the initiative – whether youre at home, at work or having Secret Santa drinks at the pub, you can donate £2 and give children the chance to build a better future.
And celebrities have been getting in on it, too.
Jack said: Were both festive and love a good Christmas jumper so were really excited to support Save the Childrens Christmas Jumper Day – Im even going to get the lads in the office to sign up too!
Its super easy to do by wearing a crazy Christmas Jumper and donating £2 to help make a huge difference to the future of children around the world.
The pair were pictured together for the campaign after they were reported to have broken up before getting back together in the space of a few days.
Speaking of the separation and being subsequently reunited, Dani had said: Just want to put all comments to bed.
All I can say is Im still 22 trying to get my shit together and grow into a woman but doing it in the public eye is sometimes hard and scary, she shared on Instagram with a picture of her and Jack holding hands.
But arguments are arguments and I love him. I can only please people who want to be pleased and I am having to learn that opinions are just opinions. Hope everyone can understand that i am just a normal girl.
And theyre not the only former Love Islanders who are involved in the campaign.
Chris Hughes wore a blue Christmas jumper with reindeers on it and Kem Cetinay wore an elf jumper for the campaign, alongside 2018 runner up Josh Denzel.
The pair, who have their own show, defended Dani and Jacks relationship, asking people to leave them alone and admitting they didnt know if the pair were really together.
Save the Childrens Christmas Jumper Day is the day the nation comes together and helps make the world better with a sweater.
Since launching in 2012 over 17 million people have signed up to take part, raising an incredible £16 million to help save childrens lives.
This year, Save the Childrens annual Christmas Jumper Day is taking place on Friday 14th December and the charity is expecting over five million people across the UK to take part in the biggest Christmas Jumper Day ever. Everyone that takes part is asked to donate (£2 for adults and £1 for kids) to Save the Children and help transform their lives.