of always getting deployed over Christmas,
and I'm quite close to my family,
and Stu's always been very welcome
and really likes, again,
that military ethos within the family.
So he sent a present.
he said, "I'm going to be there,
"I'm going to surprise you on Christmas Day."
and I was expecting him to come back early from deployment
and arrive in a helicopter.
so Stewart's sort of humor within this.
So I was brought up in a house
where there was no tomato ketchup and no HP sauce
'cause it is the devil's food.
I'm married to a man who's addicted to HP sauce,
as every other person
from Northern Ireland I've ever met is.
They all love it.
And mum wouldn't have it in the house.
So that Christmas, it said open me first.
So there was sort of a bumper sized version of HP sauce
for mum's Christmas present, so--
And it was sort of then, open me second.
It was a huge parcel,
and it was addressed to the whole family.
And he, I don't know what he'd been doing on deployment,
but effectively what it was was a huge life-sized
jigsaw puzzle put together, Stewart.
So that Christmas he was in all of the photos
in a really sort of cheesy pose,
in his desert combat kit.
And he then phoned us I think later in the day
and we were all over the moon
because it was original, it was funny,
and it's quite touching that that was
how he was gonna be part of our Christmas.