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Joan Collins, Kieron Richardson and Michelle Keegan have put up their Christmas decorations ALREADY

In the midst of lockdown 2.0, it seems celebrities are passing the time by decking the halls for Christmas nearly two months early.

The likes of Joan Collins, Michelle Keegan, Kimberley Walsh, Jess Wright and Kieron Richardson have taken to Instagram to show off their elaborate festive decor, using the time forced upon us during the pandemic to get a jump start on the holidays.

Dame Joan posted a snap looking proudly up at her brightly-lit tree, captioning it: ‘So what else should one do during #lockdown in #november?’

Getting a jump on things: In the midst of lockdown 2.0, it seems celebrities are passing the time by decking the halls for Christmas nearly two months early. Dame Joan Collins posted a snap looking proudly up at her brightly-lit tree, captioning it – ‘So what else should one do during #lockdown in #november?’

Joan smiled at the bedecked tree in her living room, toasting with a glass of fizz.

The American Horror Story actress’ festive theme was white gold and red, with dove, angel and ballerina ornaments. There was also a picture of what appeared to be her husband Percy Gibson hanging in one snowflake bauble.

Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson shared a snap with his husband and two children as they sat among a Santa’s grotto of decorations.

The family perched on their blue velvet sofa in front of an impressive tree with matching garlands strewn across the French doors behind them.

Merry and bright: Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson shared a snap with his husband and two children as they sat among a Santa's grotto of decorations. The family perched on their blue velvet sofa in front of an impressive tree with matching garlands strewn across the French doors behind them

Merry and bright: Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson shared a snap with his husband and two children as they sat among a Santa’s grotto of decorations. The family perched on their blue velvet sofa in front of an impressive tree with matching garlands strewn across the French doors behind them

Following suit: Mark's sister Jessica was also early erecting her tree

Stunning: Going for a pastel look, Jess decorated the tree in pale silver, blue and pink ornaments, festooning it with bright white lights

Following suit: Mark’s sister Jessica was also early erecting her tree. Going for a pastel look, Jess decorated the tree in pale silver, blue and pink ornaments, festooning it with bright white lights

Accessories: She added feature candles in glass boxes, twinkling gifts and white reindeer, dotting them around the rest of her living room

Accessories: She added feature candles in glass boxes, twinkling gifts and white reindeer, dotting them around the rest of her living room

Accessories: She added feature candles in glass boxes, twinkling gifts and white reindeer, dotting them around the rest of her living room

These were bedecked with blue, white and tartan ornaments, featuring bows, poinsettia flowers and stuffed reindeer.

Around the tree was gold-wrapped gifts, a family of penguins and a Dickensian-style street lamp.

The tree also featured giant sweets and candy canes in red and white.

The Wright-Keegan household followed suit with the sweetie theme over in Essex.

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright took to Instagram on Sunday to show off their extravagant festive decor, as they bedecked their home for the holidays seven weeks ahead of Christmas Day.

Golden girl: Girls Aloud's Kimberley Walsh was also at it, opting to take care of the rest of the house before putting up her tree

Golden girl: Girls Aloud's Kimberley Walsh was also at it, opting to take care of the rest of the house before putting up her tree

Golden girl: Girls Aloud’s Kimberley Walsh was also at it, opting to take care of the rest of the house before putting up her tree

Just need the turkey: She'd even already set her dinner table for the holidays, adding a bronze, gold and dark green centre-piece running the length of the table. There were long candles placed in the middle of this

Just need the turkey: She’d even already set her dinner table for the holidays, adding a bronze, gold and dark green centre-piece running the length of the table. There were long candles placed in the middle of this

Cosy: Other decorations included a garland running up the stairs banister, another running across the top of a dresser in the dining room

Cosy: Other decorations included a garland running up the stairs banister, another running across the top of a dresser in the dining room

Cosy: Other decorations included a garland running up the stairs banister, another running across the top of a dresser in the dining room

Their tree, banisters and the doorway to the house they share was strewn with giant candy canes and lollipops. 

Mark documented the process, from the delivery of a gigantic tree, to the decorating of it to the impressive finished product.

Michelle posted a snap of the entryway to their home, door ajar, large tree standing pride of place in the hallway next to the staircase.

She captioned this: ‘The festivities have started early. It’s 2020, and the rules have gone out the window!! Pass me the mulled wine!’ 

Extra sparkle: There were various other Christmassy knickknacks dotted around the house

Extra sparkle: There were various other Christmassy knickknacks dotted around the house

Extra sparkle: There were various other Christmassy knickknacks dotted around the house

'It's 2020! The rules have gone out the window!' The Wright-Keegan household are clearly sick of 2020 - so have put up their Christmas decorations to cheer themselves up

‘It’s 2020! The rules have gone out the window!’ The Wright-Keegan household are clearly sick of 2020 – so have put up their Christmas decorations to cheer themselves up

Before: Mark documented the process, from the delivery of a gigantic tree to the finished look

After: He documented the decorating of the tree and the impressive finished product

Before and after: Mark documented the process, from the delivery of a gigantic tree, to the decorating of it to the impressive finished product

On the front step were two life-size toy soldiers, in the style of the queen’s guards, protecting the house. A massive garland ran around the doorway, lit up and decorated with sweet-themed baubles and more candy canes.

Wrapped gifts sat on the front stoop and a large wreath was seen hanging from the door.

The tree itself stretched up to the height of the stairs and was covered in red and white decorations, with Merry Christmas and Santa Stop Here signs hanging from it. 

Completing the look, a garland was pictured running up the stair banister, matching the sweet-themed decorations on the tree.

Michelle first hinted that she was considering putting the decorations up at the end of last week, asking fans if they thought it was too soon. And Mark joked on Sunday that they’d ordered the wrong-sized tree. 

Come on in: Michelle posted a snap of the entryway to their home

Home for the holidays: The door ajar, a large tree can be seen standing pride of place in the hallway next to the staircase

Come on in: Michelle posted a snap of the entryway to their home, door ajar, large tree standing pride of place in the hallway next to the staircase

Michelle wrote: 'The festivities have started early. It’s 2020, and the rules have gone out the window!! Pass me the mulled wine!'

Michelle wrote: ‘The festivities have started early. It’s 2020, and the rules have gone out the window!! Pass me the mulled wine!’

Delicious: The couple have gone for a sweet theme - literally

Delicious: The couple have gone for a sweet theme – literally

Tasty: The tree, banisters and doorway to the house they share has been strewn with giant candy canes and lollipops

Tasty: The tree, banisters and doorway to the house they share has been strewn with giant candy canes and lollipops

Bedecked: The tree itself stretches up to the height of the stairs and is covered in red and white decorations, with Merry Christmas and Santa Stop Here signs hanging from it

Bedecked: The tree itself stretches up to the height of the stairs and is covered in red and white decorations, with Merry Christmas and Santa Stop Here signs hanging from it

He filmed the box lying in the hallway and then the bare tree standing by the stairs, joking that they’d misjudged the height of it.

Mark’s sister Jessica was also early erecting her tree.

Taking to Instagram she filmed herself spraying the faux fir in fake snow, giving it a white frosty look.

Going for a pastel look, Jess decorated the tree in pale silver, blue and pink ornaments, festooning it with bright white lights. 

Too big? Mark joked on Sunday that they'd ordered the wrong-sized tree

Too big? Mark joked on Sunday that they’d ordered the wrong-sized tree

Deck the halls! He filmed the box lying in the hallway and then the bare tree standing by the stairs, joking that they'd misjudged the height of it

Deck the halls! He filmed the box lying in the hallway and then the bare tree standing by the stairs, joking that they’d misjudged the height of it

Kid in a candy store! Michelle first hinted that she was considering putting the decorations up at the end of last week, asking fans if they thought it was too soon

Kid in a candy store! Michelle first hinted that she was considering putting the decorations up at the end of last week, asking fans if they thought it was too soon

Kid in a candy store! Michelle first hinted that she was considering putting the decorations up at the end of last week, asking fans if they thought it was too soon

She added feature candles in glass boxes, twinkling gifts and white reindeer, dotting them around the rest of her living room.

Girls Aloud’s Kimberley Walsh was also at it, opting to take care of the rest of the house before putting up her tree. 

She’d even already set her dinner table for the holidays, adding a bronze, gold and dark green centre-piece running the length of the table. There were long candles placed in the middle of this.

Along the mantle was a festive garland, with the family’s stockings hanging from it, dried fruits and a countdown to Christmas ornament.

Other decorations included a garland running up the stairs banister, another running across the top of a dresser in the dining room and various other Christmassy knickknacks.


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