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Little Quinn Brown, aged five, was dressed up as SNP chief Sturgeon, while older brother Lennon, aged nine, wore a bright blond wig as he posed as Conservative PM Johnson.
Mum Hayley Anderson, 31, wasn't going to bother with any spooky celebrations due to the coronavirus pandemic but friends encouraged her to, as she usually starts work on outfits around July.
The siblings posed behind a podium with Quinn wearing a red dress with a matching scarlet jacket, high heels and a brown wig to impersonate the First Minister - not forgetting her tartan face mask.
Lennon wore a dark blue suit, brown leather brogues and a bright blonde wig as he impersonated the PM, with the two siblings standing behind an imitation wooden coronavirus briefing lectern.
Mum-of-two Hayley, from Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, bought clothes off eBay and got help from a pal when it came to making Quinn's dress.
Hayley said: "Lennon loved it and as soon as he gets the wig on he gets right into character. He does all the faces. Quinn really likes it too.
"You see them both [the two politicians] on the TV a lot just now. It seemed like a good idea. It's so relevant so I thought it'd be funny to do.
"I got some clothes off eBay and my friend's mum made the dress for Quinn."
Although unable to enjoy Halloween school discos or trick-or-treating in their costumes, Hayley is going to take Quinn and Lennon out tonight in their new outfits.
Bar worker Hayley added: "There's a pumpkin trail in our area tonight so they'll wear the costumes to that. For the past few years I've been doing costumes.
"Usually I start getting the costumes ready around July time but I wasn't going to do it this year. I posted on my Facebook that I wasn't and people said I couldn't, so I ended up doing it."
Hayley isn't the only one using her children to have a laugh with this Halloween - photographer Bobbi Rylant transformed her adorable one-year-old son Kamden into a zombie, complete with fake blood and a brain for the little fella to chomp on.
The 27-year-old mum-of-three from Yukon, Oklahoma, used cherry Kool-Aid, strawberry and chocolate syrup, as well as a plastic brain to create the Walking Dead inspired shots and, fair play, they look amazing.
Bobbi said: "I've been doing photography for about two years, and the kids and I think dressing up for Halloween is really fun."
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