If you've been keeping up with the rush of original Netflix Christmas movies, you may have heard of a sweet little rom-com called The Holiday Calendar, which quietly dropped at the beginning of November. Filled with holiday cheer, the movie revolves around a Christmas skeptic named Abby whose grandfather gifts her with an Advent calendar that predicts all of her dates with a dreamy doctor named Ty . . . or so she thinks. It's a charming, feel-good movie that features love-triangle drama, millennial career struggles, and Ron Cephas Jones making us cry as a grandpa figure. In other words, it's the perfect holiday romantic comedy, and the people want a sequel.
The movie ends on a sweet note, with Abby realizing her love for her best friend Josh. The two of them open an art space together called Magic Calendar Gallery, and in
The couple has shared so many amazing memories together over the past year. Earlier in November, they attended the Brand Genius Awards together where Serena was honored with the brand visionary award. They were also all smiles at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding in May. Oh, and when Serena was craving Italian food,
Well, it turns out, the queen's absence may have more significance than you think. Elizabeth marked her 90th birthday earlier this year, and since then, she's passed down some of her key duties to Charles, Will, Harry, Kate, and Meghan. Back in April, Charles was anointed the next Commonwealth leader after the queen formally
One of the Winter movies that's been melting our hearts lately is the sweet romantic comedy The Holiday Calendar. It focuses on a struggling photographer named Abby who works at an uninspiring mall gig where she takes Santa studio pictures. Although her best friend Josh has feelings for her, her eyes are set on the dreamy Dr. Ty Walker, who appears too perfect to be true. On top of this drama, her grandmother's magical Advent calendar seems to be uncannily predicting her dates with Ty. If you want those gooey Christmas feelings,
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Married couple Jess and Gabriel Conte - content creators and musicians with a combined audience of over 10 million followers across their social platforms - decided to record a lovely, slightly sad rendition of the iconic holiday song for a pretty incredible reason. Despite the fact that the pair already tied the knot a year and a half ago, Jess is an Australian who is still stuck in the process of getting her Us citizenship. That means she can't go home to Australia to visit her family for the holidays, because if she leaves the Us, she might not be allowed back into the country due to strict immigration laws.
"When we were in the recording studio
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