The Heathrow Airport Christmas Ad Will Make You Cry Like A Baby
John Lewis have Buster the Boxer. M&S have Mrs Claus as their (fabulous) leading lady in this year's already viral holiday ad. But now it looks like Heathrow Airport might have gone ahead and beat the two leading high street stores with the most adorable Christmas ad yet.
Heathrow is the first UK airport to wade into the festive tear-jerking frenzy with this tale of two elderly teddy bears travelling to London for the holidays – and if you go by the reaction the ad received on Twitter right after being released, you will realize it is a must-see.
Mr and Mrs Bair are seen getting off their flight from wherever they came from, wandering through the airport, struggling with the conveyor belt and up-ending a tower of shortbread tins (that was Mr Bair, by the way).
Titled 'Coming home - the greatest gift of all' and set to the lovely Chas and Dave’s tune 'I'm Coming Back', the oh-so moving ad sees the adorable pair looking bewildered as they glance around crowds at the arrivals gate in search of their relatives.
And don't stop watching until the very end, where it all turns a little end scene in Love Actually – and we can't stop crying when the bears transform into humans as two excited grandchildren rush into their arms.