CHRISTMAS has just got even more magical, as Disney had announced two new advent calendars that have a surprising twist behind the doors.

Instead of regular chocolate squares concealed behind the dates leading up the big day, the two offerings have some adorable Disney-themed products to celebrate the festive season.

Christmas Advent Calendar

If you are a fan of Disney you will love their new Micro Tsum Tsum Advent Calendar which has a cute plush behind each door.

Tsum Tsums Advent Calendar
Build up your cute collection of the plushy Tsum Tsums with the festive offering, released on October 24

The first features numbered windows that hide cute Tsum Tsum mini soft toys, which are squishy collectables based on beloved Disney and Pixar characters.

And for those who love the famous Disney princesses, the Disney Animators Little’s Advent Calendar will have mini figures of the popular characters and accessories behind each door.

Disney said: “We’re happy to let you know that it will have most of the Disney Princesses in there. When the calendar is released it will have all the info about it on the Magical description on the item page. The size of the Animator Figures are different in comparison to the Micro Playsets.”

You can get hold of the Micro Tsum Tsum Advent Calendar for 59.99, which is a cheaper way to collect the characters, considering individual Tsum Tsums typically retail for 3 each.

The Disney Animators Little’s Advent Calendar is a bit more purse-pleasing at 24.99.

Both calendars will be available on store and online from Tuesday October 24 at around 8am.

The Disney Animators Little’s Advent Calendar will have mini figures of the Disney princesses and accessories behind each door

Sadly you can’t pre-order the festive treats so you’ll have to be quick to get your hands on them, especially as fans are already desperate to buy them.

One Disney buff said: “These are expensive but cool! I want one for me rather than the kids though.”

Another added: “Look at the tsum tsum one! It would save me on chocolate.”

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