Dec 06, 2016 11:32 AM EST

Theresa May Has One Thing In Mind On Christmas Day; 'Doctor Who' Christmas Plot Revealed!

"Doctor Who" will have a special episode this christmas season and if you are looking forward to watching the show then guess who will be watching with you on the same date. The United Kingdom's Prime Minister Theresa May, always finds time making sure that a little bit of gap would be reserved for her favorite all time shows in BBC.

In Cabinet meetings, and overall running Great Britain in general, she still seeks to slip in a few episodes of her favorite tv series on the spot. The Prime Minister has always been an avid fan of new upcoming sequels and shows, one to be mentioned in her favorites would be "Doctor Who."

According to Radiotimes, in a personal interview, she admitted that she has been a fan of one show and that is "Doctor Who." She has watched it many times Christmas day and has been sticking to it since the first time it premiered, she also said that a "nice Agatha Christie" would be a treat too.

"I always like to see Doctor Who on Christmas night, if possible and not only that but a nice Agatha Christie to curl up with, David Suchet was a great poirot he got him to a T." the Prime Minister qouted. With that said she sounds pretty glad with both the Return of Doctor Mysterio.

According to TheSun, the Prime Minister also enjoys "Stricly Come Dancing though she has not seen a lot of the former Chancellor Ed Balls on the set, who was kicked off the weekend. She is also planning to spend Christmas day as how she spends it since before for the last two decades of her life.

Theresa May has always been a church goer and has always been important for her to spend Christmas. She attends the midnight mass on the eve of Christmas and another session of holyness in the morning ahead.

For now, we will just be glad on how she will be spending Christmas day, after all its not a bad thing to watch a lovely show like "Doctor Who" on the eve of christmas to relax and unwind. For more latest news and updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.

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