Her grandfather may have just become America’s president-elect, but it looks like it’s Japan’s Piko Taro who’s in her thoughts.

This week, the Japanese Internet has buzzing over a rumor that U.S. president elect Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, may be appointed the next ambassador to Japan. At the moment, the rumor remains just that, and the fact that it appeared in a Japanese sports newspaper, right next to an article about horse racing, means that it may or may not be the most credible piece of information regarding developments in global politics.

Nevertheless, it attracted plenty of attention, and for a number of reasons. Obviously, there’s the international recognition of the Trump family name, but what also raised eyebrows is that while Ivanka has experience in the business and modeling worlds, she’s never held an elected office or served in a governmental regulatory role. Moreover, she isn’t publicly known to have any particularly strong background in U.S./Japan relations or the traditions of the island nation.

However, Ivanka’s daughter, Arabella Rose, seems to have at least some knowledge of modern Japanese culture, as she’s seen here performing a spirited cover of “Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen.”

Unfortunately, as short as the song is, she doesn’t quite have the lyrics down. Whereas Japanese musician Piko Taro (a.k.a. comedian Kosaka Damaou) opens his breakout hit by declaring “I have a pen. I have an apple,” Arabella Rose announces the fruit ahead of the writing instrument. She also calls the final combination of items mentioned in the song an “apple pen pineapple pen,” instead of the official “pen-pineapple-apple-pen.”

Still, the kid’s got plenty of enthusiasm, and should Ivanka end up getting that rumored ambassadorship, she’ll have plenty of time to teach her daughter the actual lyrics during their flight to Japan.

Source: IT Media, Instagram/ivankatrump