Among the guests were Father Christmas and Made in Chelsea star Georgia “Toff” Toffolo joined in the fun to switch on the road’s Christmas lights.
The annual festive market sees the road closed to traffic, and saw 170 stalls offering a huge range of Christmas presents, food and drink.
The reality TV star, who posed for selfies, said: “We’re so lucky to have this market.
"I live just around the corner and I come three to four times a week to pick up my fruit and veg but when we get the road closed and have a day like today it’s really special.”
Traders and punter alike enjoyed the day. Neil of Just another Slice cakes said he’d done a fantastic day’s business.
“The Christmas Market has been great,” he said. “Lots and lots of people, a great atmosphere and the weather’s been on our side.
“My favourite part of the day was when the classical music band, the ZHL String Ensemble, played right next to us and created a really good atmosphere.”
Sir John Lillie Primary School took a stall to sell bags hand-painted by pupils with North End Road-inspired designs.
“It’s a brilliant opportunity for the community to get together,” said teacher Andrea Thompson.
“It’s been lovely having children, teachers and staff out being part of the community.”
Afterwards, Cllr Ben Coleman, cabinet Member for Resident Satisfaction at Hammersmith and Fulham Council said: “Since our first traffic-free market in North End Road in December 2014, we’ve built what has to be the largest Christmas street market in London, if not the country.
“My thanks to all the residents who’ve worked so hard with the council to create this success.”
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