WATCH: Video of Lanarkshire toddler’s hilariously strong Scottish accent during meltdown goes viral

A Lanarkshire toddler has been dubbed “the most Scottish baby ever” after a hilarious video of her tantrum went viral.

Two-year-old Ava McGilvary is seen wailing in front of her mum who asks “Ava, do you want a biscuit” when nothing else works to calm the tot down.

She replied instantly: “aye” with the clip shared on TikTok now having being watched over 700,000 times.

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In the video, Ava from Hamilton, is seen standing next to the couch in her home crying while her mum, Melissa O’Brien, 31, tries to sooth her during her meltdown.

Ava’s aunt Megan O’Brien, 26, who filmed the hilarious clip and shared it on TikTok, says feisty Ava has always known her own mind.

She told our sister publication, the Daily Record : “She is a wee character. She’s crazy but she is so funny. Usually she answers ‘yes’ or ‘no’ but her dad had been saying ‘aye’ around the house and she must have picked it up.

“It was so funny when she just came out with it in the middle of a wee meltdown.

“I can’t even remember why she was crying in the first place now but she had worked herself up and no matter what Melissa said she wasn’t calming down – until she offered he a biscuit.”

The hilarious exchange has been watched over 700,000 times with people calling Ava “the most Scottish baby ever”.

Another said: “That was a strong ‘aye’ love it. I’m the same someone offers me food over the next three week, I am stockpiling it.”

Another added: “omg that’s hysterical x ps she’s soooooo beautiful.”

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