A five-year-old girl is one of the stars of a special video made to back England in the World Cup semi-finals.
Connie-Rose Seabourne, from Morley, appears in the campaign Wouldn't Change A Thing's version of the classic football anthem Three Lions.
The video features children from across the country who have Down's Syndrome singing the track alongside their family members.
The video, which has racked up nearly 10,000 views on Youtube, has even caught the eye of the original Three Lions performer, comedian David Baddiel, who posted on Twitter that the heart-warming song had made him cry.
Connie-Rose's cousins, Leah and Morgan Petch, also appear in the video.
Back in March, a 'Carpool Karaoke'-style video featuring Connie-Rose and her mum Julie Britton singing in their car went viral after being praised by comedian and TV host James Corden.
The little girl was also signed to a child modelling agency in 2015, when still a toddler.