It's traditional for the Queen to address the nation at 3pm on Christmas Day, and it's a This Morning tradition for Denise Robertson to address our viewers with her review of 2014.
This is it, the climax of the This Morning Nativity. All week we've seen children from schools across the country don their tea towels and dust off their crowns. Today we finish the story with children from Charles Dickens Primary School in Southwark. Charlie the Donkey will also be back making his second appearence on the show!
The ITV Text Santa appeal reaches its high point tonight with a three hour live show. To kick off the day in joyous style we are throwing a party for around 50 people from two of the charities Text Santa supports: Together for Short Lives and Teenage Cancer Trust.
Viewers decided Rylan should host the party and he has since been busy transforming a room at ITV tower into his winter wonderland. We'll be popping into the party throughout the show to see how Rylan and his guests are getting on!
With thanks to
Sharky and George, children's entertainers
Michael J Fitch, magician
Clownfish for the Snow Globe
Rents a Santa for St Nicholas (Santa)
He has magical powers, so he can do absolutely anything he wants
When we wanted to find out more about Father Christmas, we asked some experts - the children from Highgate Primary School in Leicester.
Four days in and he's becoming a pro... Security Paul has donned his Text Santa hat to tell us who he has welcomed through the This Morning gates today!
It definitely worked, it gave them something to work towards. I wanted them to really work for the presents Father Christmas is going to bring.
Last week Laura Cole, 32, from Epsom, Surrey, devised a plan to get her children to behave. She gave Tyler, eight, and Freya, four, a letter from Santa telling them they were on the naughty list, then filmed their reaction as they burst into tears. She uploaded the footage to YouTube, where it has been watched 103,000 times.
While these online videos are funny, experts warn that 'family-shaming' can be harmful to both children and adults, and psychological therapist Emma Kenny warns that posting disciplinary videos online can leave a child open to bullying.
Both Emma and Laura joined us today to discuss the issues raised.
Let us know what you're thinking about anything on today's show... including the star performer - our nativity donkey!
Use today's hashtags when you tweet us: #FamilyShaming #DeckTheTables #TMNativity #TextSanta #StillOpenAllHours #TurkeySOS #XmasSurgery #JaneHawking #XmasCookery #BrendanOCarroll
On the third day of the This Morning Nativity, the pupils from Mistley Norman Church of England Primary School in Essex delivered a performance that made us laugh, cry - and wonder how wise it is to have a donkey in the studio tomorrow!