When the 101-year-old grandma finally got to meet her kid, she was ecstatic.
despite having five grandkids, eight great-grandchildren, and six stepchildren already.
It’s no secret that grandparents get along with their grandkids better than everyone else.
This friendship becomes stronger with time and brings happiness to parents and other family members.
The most important thing is that grandparents and their grandkids have a personal relationship that strikes a good balance between pleasure, respect, and devotion.
When the aging grandma first laid eyes on her great-granddaughter, the pictures were taken.
The baby was the first grandchild the family had had in 75 years.
Maeva was born on November 24, 2021, and on December 21, 2021, Gwen Smith, 101, saw her in her bedroom at the Dene Holm care facility in Northfleet, Kent, United Kingdom.
The Smiths watched as many generations of Gwen’s relatives gathered around her as she held the beautiful girl in her arms.
After falling in love with Maeva, Gwen couldn’t stop glancing at her.
The Smith family commented, “Having five generations present was a unique experience.”
The Smiths were able to visit despite the flu epidemic because of the staff at the care facility.
A few days later, in February 2022, Gwen turned 101. The Smiths said that she was overjoyed and happy to receive a new family member.