‘Lil Goat’ is back and is joined by other farmyard animals strutting their stuff through the snow in this year’s TK Maxx Christmas Advert – Watch here…
The UK is buzzing with anticipation as major groups unveil their heartwarming Christmas adverts, so far, we’ve seen M&S launched its fashionable home and clothing advert and a teaser from Asda starring none of than Michael Buble!
Now, TK Maxx is joining in on all the fun as it releases its ‘Festive Farm’ Christmas advert and yes, fans of lil Goat from the 2020 advert are back, but this year joined by a gang of furry friends.
Watch the TK Maxx Festive Farm Christmas Advert Below:
The advert opens with music from Eve and Gwen Stefani’s early noughties hit Let Me Blow Ya Mind, we then see one heck of a stylish turtle neck-clad alpaca busking a crossbody bag, swiftly followed by a pair of ducks rocking Harry Styles-inspired pearls, an elegant silk scarf and suave pink bow tie.
In a delightful finale, an adorable hedgehog dons a pink cashmere hat, while the beloved “lil’ goat” from the 2020 TK Maxx ad returns, adding charm to the winter scene. The ad ends with an alpaca enjoying a luxurious designer candle’s aroma.
The farmer questions his wife, “Did you buy all the farm designer outfits? I thought we were keeping it small with the gifts this year?”. The wife replies, “Oh I did, love,” and the pair share a laugh as they watch their animals sashay into the distance, dressed head-to-hooves in their quality gifts for less at TK Maxx.
Sharp-eyed viewers will notice a festive bear held by the excited granddaughter. It’s part of the charity gifts collection, with £3 from each £9.99 bear donated to support TK Maxx’s partner, the Prince’s Trust, in empowering young lives.
Deborah Dolce, Group Director commented: “Our festive campaign celebrates everything our customers love about TK Maxx at Christmas. We know people want to show friends and family they care with beautiful, quality gifts, but we also know most of us are still watching our finances carefully.
Let’s see who’s next to release their Christmas advert…