Muggles worldwide will be delighted to learn that a Harry Potter-themed advent calendar now exists.
The Hogwarts-inspired gift, which has arrived just in time for Christmas, contains 24 toys and gadgets, but instead of chocolates and make-up for the festive countdown, this one will give you everything from plushies to stickers, key rings and even a tote bag, according to Cosmopolitan. The Advent calendar is an ever-present part of the Christmas season and now Potterheads everywhere will have their cherished characters with them during the holiday season.
What's more, you won't be able to buy the goodies anywhere else, meaning it's every Potterhead's dream come true. And the calendar, created by Kids@Play, is something out of the magical wizarding world too.
In order to access some of the doors you have to turn it 180 degrees - making searching for those numbers way more exciting and interesting.
“Everyone knows magic items are limited... the whole contents will change for 2020," said Nathaniel Southworth, owner Kids@Play. "This is for Harry Potter fans to cherish and enjoy!"
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Gather all your gold Galleons from Gringgott's and start saving up now, as the calendar will set you back £69.99 - although, arguably that's a bargain for some super-limited Harry Potter merchandise. You can pick one up from Hamleys and other specialist Harry Potter stores if you are based in the U.K.
The idea of an Advent calendar, as we know them today, each door concealing a little treat, was invented by a German mother in the late 19th century, as she made her son an Advent Calendar comprised on 24 tiny sweets stuck into cardboard. Her son, Gerhand Lang As an adult, in 1908, printed what is thought to be the first-printed Advent calendar with a small coloured picture for each day in Advent.
In more Potter-related news, J.K. Rowling has hinted a new Harry Potter film is on the way, sending fans into meltdown, according to Fox News.
The author of the hugely popular books took to Twitter yesterday to share a new picture of the death eater skull and Slytherin House snake. Hinting a "Cursed Child" movie could be on the way, she wrote alongside the image: "Sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places #HarryPotter #CursedChild."