Christmas Present Panic! Have You Done All Your Gift Shopping Yet? | Loose Women

Christmas present panic! Have you done all your gift shopping yet? | loose women

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It’s the 20th of December – officially the day that is considered ‘panic day’ for those last-minute shoppers! With the latest wave of postal strikes taking place this week, are you anxious about your presents arriving to your loved ones on time?

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From series 26, broadcast on 20/12/22

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