Your kids can now watch Santa and his elves prepping for Christmas in the North Pole and the live stream is totally free

NOT trying to stress anyone out – but we officially have less than a month to go before Christmas.

And while we're busy sorting out the logistics of the day and how we're going to feed all the family, our kids are constantly asking us for updates on Santa's schedule.

Sound familiar? Then we'll let you into a little secret.

Over on Festive Studio's YouTube channel, you and the kids can watch a constant live stream from the North Pole 24 hours a day.

The totally free resource gives kids insight into every aspect of the huge Christmas operation Santa and his team of elves pull off every year.

Every few minutes, the live stream jumps between the mailroom, wrapping paper station, workshop, office, reindeer pen and Santa's living room.


And while Santa is rarely seen taking a much-needed break with Mrs Claus, those naughty elves aren't always quite so hard-working.

As well as pausing for selfies on the iPad, Santa's Little Helpers also like to break up the day with a game of It while their boss isn't watching.

Unsurprisingly, the YouTube channel has been a hit with parents over on the Facebook group Family Lowdown Tips & Ideas.

Recommending the live stream to other mums and dads, one parent wrote: "My 3yo keeps asking where Santa is and what he's doing.

"Luckily there's a live Santa cam on YouTube!

"Search 'watch Santa Live 2021', goes between Santa, reindeer and the elves workshop."

Another gushed: "I've put it on for my 10yr old and 5yr old and the both absolutely love it!"

"Just seen this and put it straight on for my threenager," a third wrote. "Working a treat! Thank you."

For more festive stories, this woman showed how to feed a family-of-five a three-course Christmas dinner for just £20 – & you can buy most of it in Aldi.

And this mum shared cheeky way she keeps her kids in check in the run up to Christmas and it’s thanks to a VERY modern Santa.

Plus this dad came up with ‘genius’ method for making sure his kids behave ahead of Christmas – but others say it’s just cruel.

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