Y&R's Kelly Kruger lands royally cute Christmas film
Posted Thursday, February 21, 2019 6:03:22 PM
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The Young and the Restless' Kelly Kruger (Mackenzie Browning) is filming a holiday movie with Corgi puppies! Get the incredibly adorable details here.

So, what if you've torn down all of your decorations from Christmas 2018 and have your mind set on rocking a bikini body for summer 2019. You'll immediately want to pull out the lights, hot chocolate, and cozy PJs once again when you hear details about the new holiday film starring The Young and the Restless' Kelly Kruger (Mackenzie Browning).

The actress, who also played a publicist named Eva on The Bold and the Beautiful, took to social media to share that she has just begun filming a new Christmas movie called A Very Corgi Christmas, and her costar in the film is -- wait for it -- a corgi puppy!

"New role. New hair. Haven't seen snow in quite some time. Day one on A Very Corgi Christmas and YES I get to work with a CORGI PUPPY! #dreamjob" she captioned a behind-the-scenes pic from the set of what sounds like a truly heartwarming film.

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New role. New hair. 💁🏼‍♀️ Haven't seen snow in quite some time ❄️ Day 1 on #AVeryCorgiChristmas and YES I get to work with a CORGI PUPPY! #dreamjob #setlife #BTS #onlocation

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Puppies of any sort are beloved, but Corgi puppies are especially popular because the breed is favored by England's Queen Elizabeth, who has owned several Corgis over the years.

Kruger is keeping herself very busy these days. As Soap Central recently reported, the actress is taking a bite out of primetime on a future episode of iZombie, which begins its fifth and final season this May.

What do you think about Kruger's new holiday film? Would you like to see the actress make another return to Y&R? We want to hear from you -- and there are many ways you can share your thoughts.

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