Helen George spills the beans on Call The Midwife Christmas special

We miss Call The Midwife terribly. It feels like a lifetime since the show was on air so it's safe to say we cannot wait for it to return.

The show is one of our all time favourites and we’re honestly counting down the days until it is back on our telly screens.

The show always puts a smile on your face, especially the moving Christmas special which is set to be the best yet.

The festive episode will air on BBC 1 on Christmas Day and nothing will stop us from watching it.

Speaking about the pending episode, Helen George, who plays Nurse Trixie, shared some exciting details about the Call The Midwife Christmas special.

She told This Morning about the joy of filming in Outer Hebrides with her co-stars.

“It was beautiful because we got to film there for four weeks and it's such a stunning place. It becomes a character in itself, it's so cinematic, and it was really cold. Because the surroundings are just so beautiful that you don't want to ignore it!"

The actress even shared some of the storyline with Call The Midwife fans, “We go up there because there's a small community without any medical health care of advisors, nurses or doctors, and there's a community in need so we go up and help in our own way." 

If you can’t wait until December 25 then you can get your Call The Midwife fix on Netflix. All seven series are on the streaming service so you can binge to your heart’s content.

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