STACEY Solomon and cleaning guru Mrs Hinch have teamed up on a range of T-shirts and jumpers for charity Action For Children.
The 30-year-old Loose Women favourite teased fans last week that she was working on a "very special project" with the online star, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe.
The pals posed in their new range - which is emblazoned with the word 'happy' - in a range of fun pictures which The Sun Online can exclusively reveal.
Action For Children have opened a Secret Santa pop-up shop in St Martin's Courtyard in Slingsby Place, central London, where the special range is on sale.
Open for three weeks, it was launched with a star-studded party where guests included Eyal Booker, Lizzie Cundy, Josh Patterson and Anthea Turner.
Stacey and Sophie also did a shoot where they modelled the range.
They also brought their babies, Sophie's four-month-old Ronnie and Stacey's five-month-old Rex, along for the fun.
Stacey said: "For most children, Christmas is magical and a chance to spend time with family, to exchange presents and, let’s face it, eat far too much.
"But for many children and families it’s just another day to try and get through. Action for Children are on a mission to ensure every child has a happy and safe childhood and that Christmas is a time for all children to enjoy.
"I’m delighted to be supporting their I Am Santa campaign by modelling this exclusively designed t-shirt."
Stacey hinted at what she was up to when she shared a screengrab of a FaceTime call with Sophie, writing: "On my way to meet one of my favourite humans to get started on a very special project we are working on together."
The pair became pals earlier in 2019 when Stacey direct-messaged Mrs Hinch to check on her after she was trolled after the birth of her baby.
Sophie explained at the time: "I found myself pouring my heart out to her by message asking how she handles the public eye with a newborn.
"And what she said to me was 'right I’m coming round for a cuppa!' A cuppa?! I couldn’t believe it! Stacey Solomon in my house?"
Speaking about Action For Children's new venture yesterday, she said: "Thousands of children will wake up homeless on Christmas Day. Many will experience increased domestic violence and may end up in emergency foster care.
"For these children, Christmas simply doesn’t exist. That is why I’m a Secret Santa and have collaborated with Action for Children who have designed these limited edition t-shirts and jumpers to support these children, so that they can have a magical Christmas too."
Action for Children’s Secret Santa t-shirts and jumpers are available to purchase here.