The 101-year-old grandmother was overjoyed to finally see her grandchild.
despite the fact that she already has six stepchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and five grandchildren.
It’s common knowledge that grandparents get along better than anyone else with their grandchildren.
Over time, this relationship deepens and makes parents and other family members happy.
The most crucial aspect is that grandparents relate to their grandchildren on a personal level and that their connection is a healthy balance of affection, respect, and fun.
The photos were taken when the elderly grandmother saw her great-granddaughter for the first time.
The newborn was the family’s first grandchild in seventy-five years.
Maeva was born on November 24, 2021, and Gwen Smith, 101, saw her in her bedroom on December 21, 2021, at the Dene Holm care home in Northfleet, Kent, Britain.
The Smiths watched as Gwen cradled the lovely girl in her arms while several generations of her family stood around her.
Gwen couldn’t stop staring at Maeva after falling in love with her.
“Having five generations present was a unique experience,” the Smith family remarked.
Thanks to the personnel at the care facility, the Smiths were able to pay a visit despite the flu pandemic.
Gwen turned 101 a few days later in February 2022, and the Smiths said that she was thrilled and glad to have a new family member.