Mother and son become tap-dance lockdown sensationon February 25, 2021 at 12:14 am

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Lizzi Gee and her eight-year-old son Rufus say tap routines are one positive to come out of lockdown.

When the pandemic hit, choreographer and dance teacher Lizzi Gee found herself out of work.

In order to stay positive and keep busy, the mum-of-two from Thames Ditton decided to use her new-found spare time to teach her son Rufus to tap dance.

Now the eight-year-old has become a dancing sensation. Their mother and son routines attract millions of hits online.

Video by Claire Brennan

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