Local five-year-old does a spot-on Peppa Pig impersonation – and the internet loves it!

Taylor Morrison. (Photo: Facebook/Taylor's "Terrible/Cute Two's")
Taylor Morrison. (Photo: Facebook/Taylor's "Terrible/Cute Two's")

This is the cutest thing you’ll see all day.

Since 2017 Taylor Morrison from Durban has become a social media sensation and continues to keep her fans entertained on Facebook and YouTube.

The five-year-old’s Facebook page, Taylor’s “Terrible/Cute Two’s”, has more than 147 000 likes and fans enjoy watching the sassy little girl say what’s on her mind.

The youngster’s latest hit is a video of her doing a Peppa pig impersonation and has racked up more than 242 000 views on Facebook already.

“To imitate the accent and nail it! This kid is brilliant!” one follower commented.

“Your child is a genius and a talented kid. Make sure she does drama. She’s a natural. Too cute,” another said.

Her mom, Kim, says she’d often see Taylor watching Peppa Pig and repeating some of the dialogue. That’s when the idea to record her doing the impersonation came about.

“Most of the time I take videos of her off-guard but sometimes I ask. At first when I’d ask her if I could take a video she’d refuse but the older she gets the more she enjoys it – she even has a few videos that she’s done on her own,” Kim tells YOU.

The little star is also a humble girl who takes time to thank all her fans for continuously watching all her videos

Watch the video here or on YouTube:

Sources: Facebook, YouTube

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