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Heart-warming video shows First Minister leading young carers in rendition of Baby Shark song

THE First Minister is seen in a new video joining a group of children – to sing and dance to baby shark in the Scottish cabinet office.












Nicola Sturgeon hosted children at Bute House for the annual Children’s Christmas Party today and joined them all in singing the theme tune baby shark.

The First Minister posted the video on Twitter this afternoon saying “So I’ve been persuaded by some of the young people to reveal the Baby Shark footage – so here’s the @scotgov Cabinet room like it has never been seen before.”

The video shows a group of kids and the First Minister all sat around the table in the cabinet office as they sing the baby shark theme.

The children wearing balloons on their heads are dancing to the song with a variety of different hand gestures.

The First Minister joins the kids in the tuneful rendition.

Baby Shark blast in the Cabinet Room

The children all in tune and time perform well. However, one woman shouts towards the First Minister and says to the children “I can’t hear the First Minister sing, can you?”

The First Minister posted photos on Twitter earlier in the afternoon saying “So a wee bit early, I know, but this afternoon was the annual Bute House Children’s Christmas party – this year for some brilliant young carers.

“Great fun (though I hope the footage of them teaching me the Baby Shark song, with actions, doesn’t surface any time soon!).”

The video has got many people singing the First Minister’s praises.

First Minister with festive young carers

Chris6dn said: “Got to love our First Minister!”

RoonieHabiba added: “Always great to see a leader that is so comfortable and happy to interact with our future.”

Baseballscot wrote: “I was a young carer before the snp got in power and i genuinely am so proud to see the recognition you give these amazing young people!”

Gregalach said: “You wouldn’t see that in No10. Nicola, one of the people.”

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