Tom Hardy is reading his next bedtime story on CBBC on Mother's Day
We know - it's almost too much to handle.
After the success of Tom Hardy reading bedtime stories to children through the TV on CBBC on New Year's Eve, the BBC revealed that Tom had actually recorded four more shows.
The first following New Year's was on Valentine's Day, which got everyone a little hot under the collar.
Given the time gap between the first two, we speculate that the next reading would take place in early April. Which isn't actually that far away.
But it will actually be sooner than that.
Tom Hardy will be reading his next bedtime story to us- ahem, we mean our kids - on Mother's Day, Sunday 24 March at 6.50pm.
We know - it's a miracle and it couldn't get any better.
Unless you love Tom's adorable dog, Woody, in which case you should know that Woody will also be back.
NOW it can't get any better.
Having previously read You Must Bring a Hat by Simon Philip and Kate Hindley on New Year's Eve and The Cloudspotter by Tom McLaughlin on Valentine's Day, the 39-year-old actor will turn his hand to children's book There's A Bear On My Chair, by Ross Collins.
Apparently, it's a "hilarious story about an angry little mouse who is desperately trying to move a bear from his chair".
Well NO-ONE is going to move us from our chairs on Mother's Day.
If you missed Tom's reading on Valentine's Day, you have three more days to view it, expiring on March 16 on the BBC iPlayer here.
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