Stars of a heart-warming video that went viral have done it again ahead of England's semi-final World Cup match against Croatia.
Families from across the country star in a new version of England football anthem 'Three Lions' along with children with Down's syndrome - signing along to the song in Makaton, a spoken sign language.
Among them are four-year-old Ben Constable and his mum Claire.
The mum and son from Lichfield were also part of the Carpool Karaoke-style version of A Thousand Years by Christina Perri which has been viewed more than 600,000 times and moved 'Carpool' star James Corden to tears.
Claire, part of the Wouldn't Change a Thing Down's Syndrome awareness group, said the aim of the new football-themed video was to again create positive images of the syndrome at an "exciting time" for England:
Our message throughout is #wouldntchangeathing and we are working together to change existing perceptions of the condition and help others to feel better informed of aspects of Down's Syndrome that may not be apparent initially. We had a prenatal diagnosis with Ben and it would’ve helped us greatly to have been exposed to such material as we started our journey into parenthood with Ben.
The new video is already proving a success and has had the seal of approval from one of its original performers, comedian and writer David Baddiel who retweeted it.
'Three Lions (Football's Coming Home) was originally performed by the Lightning Seeds, David Baddiel and Frank Skinner. It was a UK number one in 1996 and 1998 and has entered the UK charts a total of nine times.