• A same-sex couple are seen under the mistletoe. (BBC One)Source: BBC One
Jingle all the gay.
By
Bianca Soldani

8 Dec 2016 - 1:21 PM  UPDATED 8 Dec 2016 - 1:21 PM

A heart-warming UK Christmas ad is being praised for its diversity and inclusion.

The brief video produced by BBC One shows families and friends celebrating the festive season together and includes people from a host of cultural backgrounds, with differing abilities and sexual orientations.

Among them is a same-sex couple who share a tender kiss under the mistletoe. 

Here's what people are saying about it on social media:

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