Watch Caroline Kennedy Boogie Down for the Holidays While Dressed as Santa Claus

The U.S. ambassador to Japan and her staff got into the holiday spirit.

Caroline Kennedy has clearly gotten into the Christmas spirit as the ambassador to Japan and her staff at the U.S. Embassy released a series of holiday-inspired videos.

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The daughter of the late President Kennedy had two videos posted to the U.S. Embassy Japan’s YouTube channel that show her and the staff getting festive.

On Monday, there was a short clip of the 59-year-old on the roof of the embassy dressed in a Santa costume and sliding down the chimney to deliver presents.

On Tuesday, she was back in the Santa suit again as she and her staff across the country in cities like Tokyo, Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka, did the popular Japanese KoiDance which is a dance of love.

According to the embassy’s YouTube channel, the dance comes from the Japanese TV series Nigeru wa Hajidaga Yaku ni Tatsu, one of the most popular shows in Japan.

Kennedy even took to Twitter to express her joy in learning the dance.

私も #恋ダンス ❤️❤️ 踊りました! @nigehaji_tbs #逃げ恥 #tbs I had a great time learning the #KoiDance! Do you know all the moves?

December 20, 2016

She also posted a photo posing next to the Christmas tree inside the Japanese Embassy.

熊本の蒲島知事とくまモン@55_kumamon に会えて嬉しかったモン! 私たちは、#熊本地震 被害にあった熊本の皆さんの復興努力を応援し続けます。がまだせ!

December 19, 2016

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