the images that moved the web

Children are one of the most beautiful things that can happen in a person’s life. Whether they are children or grandchildren, one cannot help but love them unconditionally and from the bottom of one’s heart and to be positively moved when witnessing gestures of pure and spontaneous affection. This is what happened to Joana Rita Confraria, who witnessed a very sweet moment between her granddaughter and her great-grandfather. The images moved the web and the 13 million people who saw them.

In the video, posted on her Instagram profile, the woman shows her beautiful baby approaching his great-grandfather and waking him up from his nap. The little girl approaches the old man and, having woken him up, she begins to stroke his cheek. Instead of feeling “disturbed,” the old man looks at his granddaughter with loving eyes and starts playing with her. These two people are a blessing to each other,” the video caption reads. Despite being 97 years apart, they are united by a strong mutual love. They are my two masters. She wakes him up from his nap and he couldn’t be happier. I will forever carry in my heart the images I witnessed, which are a blessing, and I’m sure they will be the same.”

With these words, mother Joana describes a moment that deeply moved her and made her understand, we are sure, how great the affection can be between two people, despite the great age difference. We are sure that you will never forget these moments, just like the 13 million users who were moved by the video and felt so much affection.

The photos show more than once the little girl looking at her great-grandfather with curious little eyes, taking his big hand and caressing it as she does with his face, before approaching his forehead and, between one toy and another, indirectly telling him who loves him and is grateful to have him by her side. And most likely the old man thinks so too.

Get your handkerchiefs ready: you’ll need them!

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