A heartwarming video has been posted online days before Mother's Day showing a grandson dancing with his frail grandmother in their living room.
In the video, which has been viewed 65,000 on Facebook, Jarryd Stoneman asks his grandmother, who can't walk, to dance, and she happily obliges.
Footage captures the pair, from Wellington, New Zealand, joyously waltzing to Lukas Graham's song 7 Years.
Jarryd Stoneman no doubt made his grandmother's day when he asked her to dance in their living room
Stoneman captioned the video: "Asked nanny for a dance, she can't remember much but she still knows how to move."
Stoneman's grandmother is unsteady at first, without her walking frame to support her, but she can't stop smiling.
In one touching moment Stoneman get's down on his knees to hug her.
"Still got it hey nanny," Stoneman says.
Stoneman's grandmother gets around with a walking frame, but she can 'still move' according to the New Zealander
After the song is finished, Stoneman kisses his grandmother's head and asks if they should have breakfast together to which he grandmother nods, before retrieving her walking frame.
Family and friends of Stoneman were quick to comment on how touching the video was, with Brooke Hogan writing: "Jarryd this is beautiful. I love the bond you two have.
"I had tears in my eyes love you Katie".
Stoneman gets down on his knees as he prepares to hug his grandmother
Damian Dave posted: "This is (sic) a awesome clip the smile on her face said it all.. Mean brother."
Hundreds of members of the public also commented on the clip.
Carolyn Carter wrote: "This is so sweet. You don't see this any more. I don't know who they are either. But this is really great. I think he loves his grandma. God that is just so sweet. I love every minute of it. I wish more kids would be as loving as he is."
Shaz Rother Hellström wrote: "How beautiful is this? And what a charmng loving sweet man he is. I love the look of love between them, you don't see many young men do this these days. What a lovely start to my morning. God bless you both."