We Love This Woman’s Duet With Her Brother Who Has Down Syndrome

Leah Kirwan, from Louth, Ireland, has a beautiful voice, but that isn’t the only thing that makes the video below so special. It’s Kirwan’s duet partner, her brother Noah, who really steals the show.

Kirwan sings and plays the guitar while Noah, who has Down syndrome, sings along to the song “Titanium” by David Guetta and Sia.

Thought I’d do a duet with my favorite little man singing his favorite song,” Kirwan wrote on her Facebook page where she posted the video below on August 29. It has since been shared nearly 6,000 times.

Enjoy the adorable performance in the video below:

Thought I’d do a duet with my favourite little man singing his favourite song, Titanium

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