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She's dressed in green and red finery, and to the Irish at holiday time, "Mrs. Irish Father Christmas" combines the best of both the North Pole and their beloved Emerald Isle. If Santa's wife were Irish, we can imagine that she'd celebrate Christmas with a special flair. She'd emphasize the green in her husband's favorite holiday color scheme -- in this case wearing a stunning emerald cape trimmed in white. Her Irish influences continue with lace touches on her red and white blouse, and a lace-trimmed apron over her full red skirt. Note the shamrock handkerchief that peeks out from her apron pocket. And even her Christmas cake has a shamrock design on top -- her preference over the traditional holly! Imagine the fun of St. Patrick's Day at the North Pole with this Mrs. Father Christmas in charge. Why, she might even invite some leprechauns to help her husband's elves with their toy making chores! And she'd be sure to fix some corned beef and cabbage every New Year's, too -- not to mention the gentle Celtic tunes she'd play to relax Santa and his crew after a long day of work! Faith and begorrah, she's a lovely Irish lass and there's no doubt about that!
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