Made in Chelsea’s Binky Felstead shares ‘super special’ plans for Wilder’s first Christmas

Binky Felstead has shared how she'll be celebrating this Christmas, the first since welcoming her third child, son Wilder.

The former Made in Chelsea star, 33, kicked of the festive season in style as she and her family attended Disney's Christmas launch, in their flagship Oxford Street store.

She has since opened up about her plans for this "super special" Christmas, as she explained: "We will be in London this year for Christmas, which will be so lovely.

"Christmas is always, for us, about families, and also this is the first Christmas where we have Wilder, which will make it even more special and exciting.

"It’s going to be busier and more hectic than ever having the three little ones but it’s always super special and I always go above and beyond making the house look and feel festive and will make sure that there’s lots of exciting things in the diary for the kids."

Discussing how Christmas has aways been a big deal for her family, she continued: "Christmas is huge for our family, it’s the absolute best time of year where we all get a little excited – it’s why it’s known as the silly season after all!

India is a bit older and luckily still believes in Father Christmas, so for her it’s a really magical time, Wolfie is just starting to understand but it will be amazing to see what Wilder thinks of the whole ordeal.

"Obviously I’m probably more excited than anyone!"

And sharing her own Christmas traditions, Binky said: "When I was a little girl Mummy made a little Christmas Fairy that goes at the top of the Christmas Tree and every year I was told she would fly in and hide somewhere in the house and I would have to go and find her in one of the rooms and once we found her she would get lifted on to the top of the Christmas Tree.

"It was a highlight to my Christmases and I now do the same thing with India, and Wolfie will be joining this year!

"We also do the whole stockings in the morning whilst Max and I have a Bucks Fizz, we lay out carrots for the reindeers and milk and cookies for Santa the night before."

Asked of she's planning to take time away from her busy schedule during the Christmas season, she added: "I think it’s really important to spend time with family over this period, I think that’s what this holiday is all about, so I’m going to switch off work-mode for a bit and focus on the kids mostly because it’s our favourite time of year."

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