🤶 - Mrs Claus emoji

or Mrs. Claus emoji or Mother Christmas emoji

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What does 🤶 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.

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

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Examples of 🤶 - Mrs Claus emoji

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Examples of 🤶 - Mrs Claus emoji
I need to change my logo -- I stopped coloring my hair and now it's shocking white. 🤶
@RobinStears, September, 2018
14 weeks until Christmas 🤶
@freestyle07_ , September, 2018
Wow chicken and dumplings is an all-time favorite and I'm sure it's going to be great. Right now your Grandma is very proud ! 🤶
@AddisSaltyDog, December, 2017
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Where does 🤶 - Mrs Claus emoji come from?

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While there are variations across the platforms, the Mrs. Claus emoji shows a smiling, white-haired woman with glasses and a red bonnet. On Facebook, Apple, and Google, details like wrinkles and shadows lend her a more realistic appearance while Samsung gives her rosy cheeks.

While her husband Santa Claus has been a part of Unicode since 2010, Mrs. Claus was added by the consortium in 2016 along with a group of other emoji responding to pressure about gender parity in emoji-land. Since she was added after Unicode started offering a greater spectrum of skin tones, Mrs. Claus is available in a range of colors too.

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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 emoji and other holiday-related emoji.

You know people who start counting down to December 25th 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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