John Lewis sells heart umbrellas from advent with profits going to charity

John Lewis has delivered yet again with its Christmas advert.

This morning, the video was released in the hopes of bringing cheer to the nation after a uncertain year due to coronavirus.

In the John Lewis Christmas advert, it starts with a young boy appearing to be upset after his football gets stuck in the tree.

Then a young girl strolls by and offers a helping hand as she uses a heart-shaped umbrella to bring the ball down.

Now customers will be happy to know that the umbrella from John Lewis' "give a little love" message is now on sale.

The "Give a Little Love Heart Shape Umbrella" comes in just one colour, red obviously, and it retails for £25.

And John Lewis says all the profits of the sale will go straight to charity.

In a description online, the retailer said: "We believe that the world would be a better place if we all gave a little more.

"A little more thought. A little more time. A little more… well… love. We're not asking for much.

"But we're asking it of everyone. Because if we all give a little more love, together we can make a difference."

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There is a restriction as to how many shoppers can purchase with John Lewis saying: "Please add no more than three to your basket."

Then the department store will give all profits from its Give a Little Love range, which includes the T-shirts, to help families in need.

Since the advert was released this morning, social media viewers were left tearing up at the short story.

One said: "So heartwarming! This is the perfect reminder we need now to share kindness always, but especially at this time of year."

Another added: "Awww this made my eyes watery given the year we've all had #givealittlelove indeed. Thank you!"

A third commented: "Love this advert, so cute and heartwarming."

While a fourth praised: "Love it #GiveALittleLove."

You could either buy the umbrella online or visit one of your local branches by checking out the store locator tool.

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