Meet the tiny influencer who films her own live streams, loves vlogging and tells her mum to take photos of her in her outfits - aged just FOUR

Meet the tiny influencer who films her own live streams, loves vlogging and tells her mum to take photos of her in her outfits - aged just FOUR.

Paris McKenzie is obsessed with picking up her mum’s camera and sharing her day-to-day life with her 42k subscribers.

The tot shares a YouTube channel with mum, Jovey Esin, 30, and now loves to vlog whenever she can.

And, when she’s not filming for their content, Paris has a toy camera that she pretends to vlog on.

Jovey says Paris is always asking her to take photos of her in her outfits - and will get her to take them again if they are not up to her standard.

Jovey, a video creator, from Brisbane, Australia, said: “She loves the camera. She’ll be like, ‘Mum can you take a photo of me on this background’.

“And then she’ll want to look at them to check her pose is right after I have taken them.

“She wants to continue vlogging when she grows up.

“All our subscribers love Paris. She’s a social butterfly so she loves talking.

“She’s always asking me to vlog.

“If I leave her with my phone for five minutes there is bound to be videos of her talking on there.”

Jovey started a YouTube channel in 2019, when Paris was just one, as a way to document their lives and share it with family in the Philippines.

But their channel took off and Paris started to become interested in vlogging as she grew up.

“She grew up seeing the camera and now she smiles at it every time it’s out,” Jovey said.

“She fell in love with it. She’s always saying, ‘I want to vlog’.”

Paris now does her own livestreams, and films clips on her mum’s phone of her day-to-day life.

“She knows how to turn the camera on and if she’s not using my phone to vlog she’ll be using her toy camera,” Jovey said.

"She loves just talking about everything she has done that day. She loves dressing up and showing off her outfits.

“She also loves art and filming herself singing.

“She vlogs on my phone or camera at the moment but we are thinking of getting her a camera for her next birthday.”

Jovey’s partner, Michael McKenzie, 40, who works in the fraud department at a bank, is supportive of the channel and Paris’ love for vlogging.

“I think she’ll end up taking the channel over as she gets older,” Jovey said. "She’s obsessed.”