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Adorable video shows toddler greeting imaginary people on daily walks during coronavirus lockdown

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‘Good morning!’ Adorable video shows friendly toddler, three, greeting imaginary people on his daily walks on deserted streets during coronavirus lockdown

  • Ralph, 3, is an incredibly sociable child and always greets his neighbours 
  • Lockdown now means Ralph is greeting imaginary people on the street 
  • Resourceful toddler is also leaving chalk drawings on his daily walk for friends 

By Chantalle Edmunds And Latifa Yedroudj For Mailonline

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A friendly toddler greets imaginary people every day while he goes on walks during the lockdown in an adorable video.

Ralph, 3, is an incredibly sociable child and always greets his neighbours and people he walks past on the street.

The streets are now much more empty since the UK went into lockdown, but that doesn’t stop Ralph from being the friendly young boy that he is.

An adorable Twitter video posted by Ralph’s uncle, Toby Marriot, shows the three-year-old greeting imaginary people on the street, saying ‘Hi!’ and ‘Good Morning!’, waving his hands in the air.

Ralph even leaves chalk drawings around for his local friends and greets his neighbours from across his house.

The streets are now much more empty since the UK went into lockdown, but that doesn’t stop Ralph from being the friendly young boy that he is

Sociable three-year-old Ralph greets imaginary people during his daily walk on lockdown to keep up the spirit of kindness

Toby said: ‘Ralph does this every day, and misses his daily babycinno and all his friends at the local coffee shop.

‘He has been leaving chalk drawings on his daily walk for his little local pals and waves over the garden wall at his elderly neighbours too.

‘Fortunately, my sister has a small garden so Ralph has been able to run around and talk to his toys and animals over the last couple of weeks!

‘That being said, it is going to get more difficult to keep him entertained the longer the lockdown goes on, as is already missing interacting with people on the street, as you can tell in the video!

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