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SIPPING THE TEA — Armed with a brand new tea set, 2 ½-year-old Aria Rubens has become quite the celebrity at the Green Bay Packers training camp.
Last week, a video of the toddler offering imaginary sips to Packers players after practice made Aria a bit of a star.
And for good reason. It's simply one of the cutest things you'll ever see.
In the video, young Aria — sporting big sunglasses, a Packers cheerleaders uniform and a bright smile — reaches the tea cup through the fence and asks each player: "Want some tea?"
After they stop and take a refreshing imaginary gulp, she leaves them with a, "Go Pack Go."
You could be the biggest Bears fan in the world and still think it's adorable.
"She was not afraid. She just thought, 'Somebody besides my mom is going to have a tea party with me. This is great,'" Aria's mother, Ashley, told the Green Bay Press Gazette. "We were actually shocked when the first Packers player stopped. We were like, 'Oh my gosh, that's so kind.' Then a couple of more stopped."
Some of them stopped again when Aria and her mother returned for a second practice. And by Wednesday, when the Rubens showed up for a third time, the players approached Aria to share that they had seen her all over the internet.
Aria Rubens, an adorable 2-year-old, was back again at #Packers training camp serving tea to players. Full video, photos and @KendraMeinert's awesome story: https://t.co/dz4qnyY3Khpic.twitter.com/LocC1Dkspu— Sarah Kloepping (@SarahKloepping) August 11, 2022
At this point, she could host a pretty big tea party.