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Ivanka Trump shares sweet video of her son singing – but his big sister is not a fan!

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Ivanka Trump's two-year-old son Joseph was clearly in a musical mood on Thursday morning. The toddler broke into song while sitting in his PJs at the breakfast table, performing a rendition of My Favourite Things from The Sound of Music – and his mummy was there to capture it all on film. But while Ivanka was clearly impressed by Joseph’s vocal, his big sister Arabella, four, was not a fan.

She can be seen in the video standing behind her brother, and making a point to block her ears for the duration of the song. Not that little Joseph noticed. "Breakfast concert series," Ivanka captioned the short clip.

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Ivanka shared a sweet video of little Joseph singing at the breakfast table

Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner have three children together; Arabella, Joseph and baby Theodore, born on 26 March. The 34-year-old often shares adorable photos and videos of her brood; just last week she shared the sweetest video of little Theo with a case of the "Friday morning giggles".

She also recently posted three family images on Instagram in celebration of Father's Day. "Happy #FathersDay, Jared! Arabella, Joseph, Theodore and I are so lucky to be loved by you," she wrote alongside a beautiful black-and-white image of Theodore as a newborn.

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One of the Father's Day family photos Ivanka shared with fans

The second photo shows Polaroid pictures of the family laid out alongside a colourful kid's drawing, toys and a glass of orange juice, while the third shows Jared relaxing on the couch with his arms around Arabella and Joseph.

Ivanka certainly has her work cut out, juggling her very busy home life with a demanding career, but she says she has learnt how to cherish time with her children while they are still young. "I worried too much the first time around how I would handle everything," she previously told People. "Now I know how fast these early days go by, and I want to enjoy every second. I love it."

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