Twin X Factor stars and teen heartthrobs Max and Harvey from Bracknell Forest have encouraged people to get vaccinated.

Max and Harvey Mills from Sandhurst shot to fame on The X Factor: Celebrity, a spin-off of the much loved ITV singing competition.

The pair, aged 18, are now encouraging their friends and the general public to get vaccinated in a Twitter video for Bracknell Forest Council.

The duo added some levity to the video when Harvey fumbled his words.

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Max said: “We live in Bracknell Forest and we wanted to give across the message that it’s pretty important to get the vaccine I’m not gunna lie. ”

Harvey added: “Yes we want to be out gigging, having festivals, going to festivals, doing all that fun stuff, I can speak English! And yeah we want to be able to travel and do all that fun stuff but we can’t do that until everyone is safe and vaccinated.

“So please, we encourage you – if you are able – to go out and get your vaccine today, or the next day, or whenever you can!”

Max interjects: “It’s just a good idea!”

Harvey said: “It will be so much more fun in the future, we love you guys.”

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Max and Harvey were runners-up on the first season The X Factor: Celebrity in 2019, losing to TV celeb Megan McKenna.

The twins were already known as viral stars on the social media platform in 2016, which was agglomerated into TikTok in 2018. They now have a burgeoning music career, keeping fans updated on YouTube, TikTok and Instagram.

Their intervention comes as 82.4 per cent of adults in Bracknell Forest have had their first vaccine dose, according to the Government’s interactive vaccination map. Also, a majority of adults, 60.1 per cent, have had their second dose as well. That’s according to the latest data released yesterday (Wednesday, July 14).

The Government’s map also shows vaccination figures by hyper neighbourhoods known as Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOAs), which can be found by typing a postcode into the map.

In Sandhurst, where Max and Harvey are from, 87.1 per cent of adults have had their first dose, and 67.5 per cent have had their second jab, which is above average for the borough.