Daisy the toddler's hilarious chat on the phone with her imaginary friend sends the web into mel
This is the hilarious moment a toddler has an imaginary conversation with her great grandmother on the phone - filling her in with the latest salacious gossip.
The toddler, 3-year-old Daisy Healy, is from Dublin's north inner city and has her own YouTube channel called Crazy Daisy.
She was filmed talking into a landline phone by her dad Alan, who posted it on the internet where it quickly went viral.
The footage was shot in a hotel and since the beginning of the month has been viewed more than 26,000 times.
During the minute-long video, Daisy shows an impressive range of facial features while talking to her imaginary friend, her great nana.
She tells her through the phone: 'I am very hungry and I was thirsty and all, like. Daddy keeps taking photos and it’s very mad.
‘I’m like “don’t do it Daddy… I’m not doing it, I’m not doing it.”
‘And she said: “Here I am!”
‘I’m just going with myself. Do you know where I’m going? I’m going to the park.’
'I'm just driving this, or no I'm not, because all of that was Daddy - Daddy keeps taking photos.'
Finally, Daisy's father can be heard asking if she's ready to go, to which point she tells her nana: 'We're just going!', before signing off.
Daisy's father Alan says her hilarious imaginary conversations are a regular occurrence - generally with family members or her Montessori teachers.
But in the viral video, he says she was actually staging a chat with her great-nana and her baby cousin Hugo.
The channel was started by popular demand following hilarious videos of Daisy's crazy world that Alan uploaded to his Instagram page.
Beginning with a clip of Daisy when she was just a few months old dancing to a Tom Misch track on her parents' bedroom window, her antics soon proved a hit with family and friends.
'A few people kept saying, you need to get Daisy her own YouTube channel - so I did,' her father Alan said.
It now has almost 300 subscribers, but Alan says none of the videos are staged for the channel.
Daisy lives in Dublin with father Alan, mother Michelle and two older siblings - Alexandra, 13, and 6-year-old Noah - both of whom are in drama school.
Via daily Mail
My view: She's such a cute little girl with amazing facial expressions, she's going to be a top actress. I think Trump should learn to talk to imaginary friends on the phone, instead of tweeting to lash out at Special Counsel Robert Mueller, president Macron and others.