Are you panicking about the big day?

Today is expected to the most stressful part of Christmas for many. With stress levels reaching a peak at 2.33pm today, family politics, cooking and finding space in the fridge are t the top of the list of concerns.

Do get in touch if you are panicking about the big day. What are you worried about? What do you still have to do? Or are you all you sorted ?

Please get in touch by tweeting us at @ITVLorraine or commenting on our Facebook page by 9am on 24 December and your comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for terms visit itv.com/terms.

Are you worried deliveries won't arrive?

Online shoppers say their Christmas food orders have been cancelled out of the blue by several major supermarkets.

Are you worried your Christmas deliveries wont arrive? What are you waiting for still to arrive? Food? gifts? Do you have a back up plan?

Please get in touch by tweeting us at @ITVLorraine or commenting on our Facebook page by 9am on 23 December and your comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for terms visit itv.com/terms.

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Do you have any Christmas shopping left to do?

Today has been dubbed Mayhem Monday as many supermarkets will stay open 24 hours and shoppers make a mad dash for last minute food and gifts.

So what do you have left to buy? Will you be heading to the shops today or is everything wrapped and under the tree already?

Please get in touch by tweeting us at @ITVLorraine or commenting on our Facebook page by 9am on 22 December and your comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for terms visit itv.com/terms.

Sam's sponsored swim for dementia

Today in the last of our Text Santa films we meet eight-year-old Sam, who despite his own fear of water did a sponsored swim to raise money for dementia charities because his grandmother Joyce has Alzheimer's, and he wanted to help somehow.

So far he has raised £1,500 pounds, and has plans to raise even more! Sam and his mum Claire join Lorraine to talk about this and about his surprise trip to Lapland to see Santa.

With thanks to:

Visit Finland
Only in Lapland

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Celebrating the Millies

The Sun's Military Awards celebrate the bravery of our servicemen and women, and are attended by a host of stars. This year sees the seventh Millies, and it's an extra special one marking the end of the 13-year war in Afghanistan.

Lorraine talks to Royal Navy reservist Michelle Ping, who won a Millie award in 2011 for medical lifesavers. She risked her life to save a colleague who had been shot, giving first aid under machine and grenade fire. Her award by Damian Lewis and Lacey Turner, on behalf of all the medics who served in Afghanistan.

TV: The Sun's Military awards are Thursday 18 December on ITV at 8:30pm

What are your pre-Christmas traditions?

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive for the Queen's Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace

The Queen hosted her annual pre-Christmas lunch for the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace yesterday, a royal tradition which allows the Queen to meet more distant relations not invited to Sandringham on Christmas Day.

So does the Queen have the secret to a harmonious Christmas by having a 'do' before the big day? What are your family's pre-Christmas traditions?

Please get in touch by tweeting us at @ITVLorraine or commenting on our Facebook page by 9am on 18 December and your comments may be used on air. You must be 18 and over, for terms visit itv.com/terms.