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🤶 Mrs. Claus emoji

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What does 🤶 Mrs. Claus emoji mean?

You can almost smell the fresh-baked cookies when you see the Mrs. Claus emoji 🤶, otherwise known as the Mother Christmas emoji. Whatever name you know her by, she represents the Christmas season.

Often described as the wife of Santa Claus, she also embodies a grandmotherly, kind-hearted, and generous woman.

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🎄 Christmas Tree emoji, 🎁 Wrapped Present emoji, Festivus, Krampus, reindeer games

Where does 🤶 Mrs. Claus emoji come from?

Examples of 🤶 Mrs. Claus emoji

I need to change my logo—I stopped coloring my hair and now it's shocking white. 🤶
@RobinStears, September 9, 2018
We were so happy and excited to be back in school! We loved Elf Day and taking part in Christmas activities! 🎅🤶🎅🤶
@YearOneBPS, December 3, 2020

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Who uses 🤶 Mrs. Claus emoji?

People use the Mrs. Claus emoji 🤶 during the yuletide season to express their Christmas spirit. They often use it in combination with the Santa Claus emoji 🎅 and other holiday-related emoji.

Do you know people who start counting down to December 25 in January? Yes, those people will use the Mrs. Claus emoji 🤶 year-round to defiantly declare their love of the holiday.

Because the emoji can also represent any woman of a certain age, posters will use it to express their love of their grandmas, abuelas, nanas, and aunties. Others employ it to bemoan the fact that the passage of time means more grey hairs.

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