"It went very well. We arrived at 7.30. The lady in charge was Natalie. She showed us around and then we had breakfast. We then met the other people who
I would be working with. We were to be a family. My dad in the shoot was Craig and my mum was Mellissa. I also had a little brother called Xavier.
For the first shoot we did winter wear. I wore a cardigan with jeans and a t-shirt. The people I worked with were very nice and friendly. Craig and
Mellissa were very kind to Xavier and me. We were given a lovely lunch and then I met some of the other children that were in the other ads. There
was another ten-year-old girl called Chelsea, another boy called James and a little four-year-old called Nina. We played together using an electronic
white board. After lunch I did the sleepwear shoot. Of course I wore pyjamas for that one. It finished after five so we said good bye to the other
children and their parents. We also said good bye to Natalie who told us we could take home some Easter eggs. I took one for myself and one each for
my brother and sister. It was a very good day but I was tired and fell asleep at the end of the day. I can’t wait to see the ads when they come on
TV. I hope I could do it all over again one day. Thanks for giving me this great job”
Georgie, TARGET TVC
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