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Irish sisters serenade their Mam through the front window on Mother’s Day

An Irish family brought Mother’s Day to their mam by turning up on her drive and serenading her through the front window.

The Neill sisters stuck to the strict coronavirus social distancing rules, but their loving rendition of a Stevie Wonder classic was enough to bring a tear to their Mammy’s eye.

The Neill sisters stuck to the strict coronavirus social distancing rules, but their loving rendition of a Stevie Wonder classic was enough to bring a tear to their Mammy’s eye.

Sisters sing for their mam on Mothers Day during her coronavirus self isolation

Sisters Mary, Paula, Colleen, Antoinette, Martina and Ciara knew they wanted to do something special to mark the first Mother’s Day they faced as a family without their beloved sister Claire who sadly passed away.

And not even the coronavirus and the social distancing restrictions could not stop the Neill family coming together for a very special moment with their mother Breeda.

The sisters recorded as they lined up on the drive and began playing Stevie Wonder’s romantic ballad I Just Called To Say I Love You.

The Neill girls joined in the singing as their Breeda inside began to hear the commotion outside.

She soon appeared at the window and was overwhelmed as her daughters sang and danced beautifully together.

They had bought with them a framed picture of their late sister Claire, and reached through the window to hand it to their mother.

Emotional Breeda gave the picture a kiss and reached out her arms to give her other daughters a big ‘virtual hug’.

The video has hit an emotional chord with social media as millions around the world also face time away from loved ones due to the coronavirus outbreak.

A definite feel-good story that is bringing a smile to the face of everyone who sees it.

Well done ladies! Take a look at the video below.

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