When a group of mums and their children made a viral music video in support of Down's Syndrome, some fathers decided they wanted to have a chance at fame too.
In comes, the newest music video from Down's Syndrome Awareness organisation, Wouldn't Change a Thing, in honour of Father's Day.
The expertly crafted video showcases a group of fathers, including two from the West Country, who took part to show that children with Down's Syndrome are loved and accepted.
The video features all the couples signing and singing along to a Take That song.
The project leader remarked that fathers who have children with additional needs are 'extremely under-represented and under-supported'.
He hopes this video will raise awareness of the issue.
Last year, a group of mothers and their children who have Down's Syndrome, each lip-synced and signed along to Christina Perri's hit ballad "A Thousand Years".
The mums are all part of a Facebook group known as “Designer Genes”, created to support parents who have a child with Down’s Syndrome.
They were inspired by a Singing Hands video, which was signed in Makaton, a form of sign language designed to help hearing people with learning or communication difficulties using signs alongside speech.
The fathers in the new video took inspiration from the original viral videos, to make their own special tribute.
Watch the full video here:
Credit: Wouldn't Change A Thing