Precious moment between great-grandmother and newborn goes viral

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This beautiful photograph of a 92-year-old holding her 2-day-old great-granddaughter is capturing the hearts of millions.

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When Scott Martin's daughter Penelope was born, he knew one person that she just had to meet — his grandmother, Millie.

At 92-years-old, Millie got to hold her grandson's two-day-old baby for the first time. The pair immediately seem to fall in love, creating this touching moment. Lucky for us, Scott Martin shared this captivating moment on Reddit and the internet went crazy.

Unbelievably, this isn't baby Penelope's first brush with fame. That's right, this little one was famous while still in the womb.

As we reported back in March, baby Penelope was the famed "ultrasound baby," who seemed to clap her hands along to her mother's song. An internet sensation from the get-go, we expect big things from Penelope in the future!

Watch the viral video of Penelope, the ultrasound baby, here:

Ultrasound Baby Claps Along With Mother's Song
Just in time for Halloween, here are some adorable babies in costumes:

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