WATCH: Heartbroken Aussie girl with Kiwi parents can’t decide who to support in World Cup final

Poor Annabelle.

The little Australian girl should be looking forward to cheering her team on in the Rugby world Cup final - but is instead faced with a terrible decision.

Annabelle’s parents are from New Zealand and the little sweetheart doesn’t want them to be upset if the All Blacks lose.


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“I really want to go for New Zealand but if Australia lose I'll be really sad,” she explains.

But the tender-hearted rugby fan can’t but be concerned about her parents: “If I go for Australia, you'll be really sad because you're New Zealander.”

Mum Andrea posted the video on Facebook and captioned it: "Poor Annabelle #thestruggleisreal #goallblacks #undecidedannabelle".

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