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Young girl watches her own birth video

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You might have heard about the pain your mother went through giving birth to you, but could you watch the video footage of it?

A clip posted on YouTube shows the priceless reaction of an eight-year-old girl viewing the moment she was brought into the world for the first time on the family's TV screen.

Entitled The Miracle of Birth, the video follows the reactions of the unnamed child as she stares intently at the TV in front of her, pulling nervously on her lips as she watches her own delivery.

"I'm excited," she tells her mother, Rebesi, as she awaits the big moment.

The girl takes a deep breath as the advice to "Push, push, push" is heard from the TV screen.

"This will happen to me when I'm all grown-up too," the little girl ponders aloud, before shouting "Eeeeeh!"

"That's me," she excitedly tells her mother. "I'm in the movie too."

"You see, that's your head," Rebesi is heard telling her clearly astounded daughter.

"I had to come out," the girl says. "It was just too dark in your tummy."

Watch the youngster's adorable reactions:

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