Good morning The British viewers today were “torn to pieces” thanks to a cute elderly couple who couldn't stand being separated.
Yesterday there were recordings of the emotional moment in which Mrs. Betty Meredith (91) surprised her husband Kenneth (96), who suffers from dementia, after she decided to move to his nursing home because she “couldn't live without him ".
Charlotte from Redditch gained weight Twitter To share the heartwarming video from the Bourn View nursing home in Birmingham, he wrote, “My grandpa went to a nursing home five weeks ago and my Nan couldn't live without him so she decided to move and the nursing home is doing this for she done – my real heart. & # 39;
Another clip came out on GMB today that revealed the heartwarming first conversation between the reunited couple.
Good morning the British viewers were torn to pieces today thanks to a cute elderly couple who couldn't stand being apart
Emotional viewers flocked to Twitter and wrote, “I just saw Kenneth and his wife Betty reunite at their nursing home. I'm in pieces & # 39;
"Just you and me," Betty said to her husband as they held their hands on the table, to which Kenneth replied, "Can you take me back?"
"No, I'm not taking you back, I came to live with you," exclaimed Betty. & # 39; OK? I moved in. Are you alright, are you happy? & # 39;
In tears, Kenneth replied, "Now I see you, it's better."
Betty then noticed the efforts of the nursing home staff, who had decked their table with heart confetti and balloons, to make their reunion very special.
"They did it all for us, these kind people did it all for us," she said, hugging her sobbing husband.
Yesterday there were recordings of Betty and Kenneth who were reunited after five weeks – Kenneth has dementia and had gone to a nursing home
When Kenneth asked if Betty would take him home, she told him she had moved in to be with him
Emotional viewers flocked to Twitter and wrote, “I just saw Kenneth and his wife Betty reunite at their nursing home. I'm torn to pieces.
“I'm so happy for both of you because she just wanted to go home … but he's moved in with her now … Bless everyone involved. Gorgeous. & # 39;
Aww Betty and Kenneth. My heart. That made me cry, "tweeted another.
And one commented: & # 39; Well thank you @GMB for making me cry so early. Betty and Kenneth are adorable. & # 39;
Betty noticed the efforts of the nursing home workers, who had decked her table with heart confetti and balloons, to make their reunion very special
Betty and Kenneth are happy to see them together in their room, which the nursing home staff decorated with heart-shaped balloons
In the previous clip that Charlotte shared, Kenneth can be seen walking through the door with his room frame before bursting into tears when he sees his wife Betty sitting in front of him. He puts on a white T-shirt and vest sweater and reaches out to give her a warm hug.
When The Platters & # 39; 1954 hit & # 39; Only You & # 39; can be heard in the background, the two embrace long and warm. The song was picked because Betty had been at the nursing home a week before her self-isolation due to Covid, but Kenneth had no idea she was there.
The post generated thousands of views and over 1,700 likes – one admitted it brought a tear to my eye.
Charl, of Redditch, took to Twitter to share the heartwarming moment when her Nan Betty surprised her grandfather Kenneth after she decided to move into his Bourn View apartment building in Birmingham because she couldn't live without him (pictured)
Kenneth, who had been brought to the nursing home five weeks earlier for his dementia, is able to walk through the door with his room frame before bursting into tears when he sees Betty sitting in front of him (picture)
At the emotional reunion, Kenneth reaches out his arms to give Betty, who can sit at the table, a warm hug (picture)
In the caption, Charl wrote: "My grandpa went to a nursing home 5 weeks ago and my Nan couldn't live without him, so she decided to move and the nursing home did this for her – my real heart" (picture)
In addition to the clip of the couplet, who has been married for 71 years, Charlotte wrote: “My grandpa has been in a nursing home for five weeks because of dementia … and today my Nan moved in with him. The supervisors decorated the entire dining area. Little did he know she was coming.
& # 39; That's just the nicest thing. I love them both so much. & # 39;
Charlotte announced that both great-grandparents have noted worsening health since their daughter died on Aug. 14.
The nursing home also shared the footage on Facebook and stated: “After a month of separated lives, due to Covid 19 and current restrictions, Kenneth did not know when he would see his beautiful wife Betty again!
The clip shows Charl's emotional grandpa walking through the door when he realizes his wife is sitting in front of him (picture)
Many went to the comment section and shared how they were moved to tears by the touching video (picture).
Betty made the decision to move to Bourn View and be with her husband, but had to isolate herself first! Kenneth had no idea that Betty had moved in and today the two were reunited at a surprise dinner! Betty put it perfectly, they are back now "Together forever".
"There was not a single dry eye as the staff cheered and celebrated the reunion of the wonderful couple."
In the comment section, one person wrote, "I needed this thank you for sharing," while a second agreed, "This is the cutest thing I've ever seen."
A third added, "Oh my god, my heart just melted," while another wrote, "I'm not crying it's you!" No, wait, I'm crying. & # 39;
Caregiver Rosie added, “Honestly, the job is amazing. We are not a nursing home, we are a family and would do anything for our family staff and residents.
“We're all so glad we could do this for Kenneth and Betty. When I finished my shift, Betty said they were together forever.
& # 39; There was not a single dry eye as the staff cheered and celebrated the reunion of the wonderful couple.
“They have been married for 71 years, together for 76 years, and have never argued. Talk about a few goals! & # 39;
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