M&S fans go wild for new Percy Pig and Colin Caterpillar Love Actually recreation

Marks & Spencer has delighted fans with their latest TikTok creation, which sees Percy Pig and Colin the Caterpillar reenact a famous love scene.

The clip, which was posted yesterday, sees two Percy Pigs cuddled up on a sofa at home watching film with an adorable Dachshund puppy on their lap.

Suddenly, the door bell rings and one Percy heads to the door to be surprised by a Colin Caterpillar, who holds up handwritten signs reading ‘say it’s carol singers’ in scenes reminiscent of Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln’s romance in 2003 hit Love Actually.

Marks & Spencer has delighted fans with their latest TikTok creation, which sees Percy Pig and Colin Caterpillar reenact a famous love scene

The clip, which was posted yesterday , sees two Percy Pigs cuddled up on a sofa at home watching film with an adorable Dachshund puppy on their lap

Marks & Spencer has delighted fans with their latest TikTok creation, which sees Percy Pig and Colin Caterpillar reenact a famous love scene. The clip, which was posted yesterday , sees two Percy Pigs cuddled up on a sofa at home watching film with an adorable Dachshund puppy on their lap

In the film, Keira Knightley’s character Juliet is married to Mark’s (Andrew Lincoln) best friend Peter, played by Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Throughout the film, both Juliet and Peter think Mark hates her, but she later finds out he snubs her as he is actually in love with her.

In one of the most famous scenes from the Richard Curtis classic, Mark appears at the door holding up handwritten signs wishing Juliet a ‘Merry Christmas’ adding ‘to me, you are perfect’. 

In the recreation, just like Mark in the original, Colin hold up a sign saying ‘Say it’s carol singers’.

Suddenly, the door bell rings and one Percy heads to the door to be surprised by a Colin Caterpillar

Suddenly, the door bell rings and one Percy heads to the door to be surprised by a Colin Caterpillar

Percy, who plays the Juliet role in the recreation, holds their hands up to their face in shock at the signs from Colin

Percy, who plays the Juliet role in the recreation, holds their hands up to their face in shock at the signs from Colin

Percy, who plays the Juliet role in the recreation, holds their hands up to their face in shock at the signs from Colin

Next, in a nod to lockdown, Colin adds another sign reading: ‘With any luck next year, we’ll be doing everything we love again, 

Then, just like in the original, Colin has another sign that reads ‘just because it’s Christmas, and at Christmas you can tell the truth.’

‘To me, you are perfect, and I accept that it’s been your year, Merry Christmas’.  

Fans went wild for the clip, which has already racked up nearly 6,000 likes by TikTok users.

'Say it's carol singers!': Colin recreates the famous scene in the new M&S advert with fans going wild

‘Say it’s carol singers!’: Colin recreates the famous scene in the new M&S advert with fans going wild

In one of the most famous scenes from the Richard Curtis classic, Mark appears at the door holding up handwritten signs wishing Juliet a 'Merry Christmas' adding 'to me, you are perfect'.

In the recreation, Colin also does this and adds 'Merry Christmas'

In one of the most famous scenes from the Richard Curtis classic, Mark appears at the door holding up handwritten signs wishing Juliet a ‘Merry Christmas’ adding ‘to me, you are perfect’. In the recreation, Colin also does this and adds ‘Merry Christmas’

‘The love story I didn’t know I need,’ said one.

‘Pig actually! Why do I feel like their real and live near by,’ added another.

‘This has to be your Christmas ad,’ wrote a third.

‘I’m not crying, you are!’ volunteered a fourth.

In the film, Keira Knightley's character Juliet is married to Mark's (Andrew Lincoln) best friend Peter, played by Chiwetel Ejiofor. Keria and Andrew are pictured

In the film, Keira Knightley’s character Juliet is married to Mark’s (Andrew Lincoln) best friend Peter, played by Chiwetel Ejiofor. Keria and Andrew are pictured

Throughout the film, both Juliet and Peter think Mark hates her, but she later finds out he snubs her as he is actually in love with her. Keira Knightly is pictured in the film

Throughout the film, both Juliet and Peter think Mark hates her, but she later finds out he snubs her as he is actually in love with her. Keira Knightly is pictured in the film

In one of the most famous scenes from the Richard Curtis classic, Mark appears at the door holding up handwritten signs wishing Juliet a 'Merry Christmas' adding 'to me, you are perfect'.  Juliet (Keira Knightley) then kisses Mark

In one of the most famous scenes from the Richard Curtis classic, Mark appears at the door holding up handwritten signs wishing Juliet a ‘Merry Christmas’ adding ‘to me, you are perfect’.  Juliet (Keira Knightley) then kisses Mark

‘Honestly, these videos bring me so much joy,’ a fifth added.

It comes as M&S has delighted fans with a series of short Percy Pig videos in recent months.

In September, M&S launched the sale of cuddly Percy Pig toys for the first time since the sweet was introduced in 1992.

Fans went wild for the clip, which has already racked up nearly 6,000 likes by TikTok users

Fans went wild for the clip, which has already racked up nearly 6,000 likes by TikTok users

In the first clip to advertise the teddies, which was shared on social media, a boardroom full of the plush Percy Pig toys – which cost £15 for a medium and £25 for a large – sit in on a fake meeting.   

The toys are seen sat in chairs, with one pivoting round to the camera and placing one trotter on the table.

Others can be seen following suit in the next cut away, with packets of sweets on the table.

Suddenly, a person in a massive pig costume can be seen hosting the meeting beside a TV with statistics on it.

The clip went viral, and since the store has been releasing more and more Percy-filled videos.

To celebrate Halloween last month, M&S released a clip that showed a room full of Percy’s have their Halloween party crashed by a Colin. 

In the clip, a room full of bright pink teddies cuddle up to watch classic Hocus Pocus, while a creepy Colin lurks in the background. 

An eerie xylophone chimes in the background as the camera pans across the rows of unblinking toys as the giant Colin walks into shot and catches the pigs eating a cake bearing his resemblance.