Alesha Dixon unveils world's biggest Disney Junior Christmas Tree
Alesha Dixon unveiled the world's biggest Disney Junior Christmas Tree at St. Pancras International train station today (12.11.15).
The 'Britain's Got Talent' star - who has two-year-old daughter Azura with her long-time partner Azuka Ononye - got into the festive spirit as she placed the final stuffed toy, Doc McStuffins, on the 14 metre-tall tree at the busy station.
She said: "I am so excited to add the last toy to the magical Disney Junior Christmas tree."
The magnificent tree - made up of 2,000 cuddly toys - comes to life every four minutes when artificial snow falls to the ground, before dissolving into thin air, leaving no trace.
Taking prime position at the top of the tree - and replacing the traditional angel - is a metre-high Mickey Mouse.
The Disney Junior Christmas Tree will be the main attraction at St. Pancras in London from November 12 until January 4, 2016, when it'll be taken down and all the soft toys will be donated to KIDS, a leading charity which cares for disabled children, young people and their families.
Meanwhile, Alesha, 37, is set to lend her voice to Winnie, the antique tiger who suffers from asthma, as the newest guest in the award-winning show, 'Doc McStuffins,' which will air on Disney Junior early next year.