Grandpa's reaction to his wife coming home is the most beautiful thing you will see today!
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Video of grandparents – who have been married for over 70 years – reuniting goes viral.

 

Georgia, United States of America (06 August 2020) – A couple’s decades-long love story was captured on camera thanks to their granddaughter, who shared their incredible bond and sweet show of affection after being separated amid the coronavirus pandemic.

David and Loretta Bowen, both 90 years old, were reunited at their home in Jesup, Georgia, on July 15 after she spent weeks in the hospital and their granddaughter Krista Kellum posted the adorable moment on Instagram.

“The reason I wanted this recorded is because my grandparents have been married for such a long time and their love is still just as strong,” Krista Kellum told ABC News of the couple who have been married 71 years. “And they’re still, as you see in the video, so bonded and strong.”

Kellum shared this heartwarming footage of her grandparents reuniting after her grandmother was given a clean bill of health from the hospital.

“I know this is long, but it is incredible and needs to be shared. My grandparents have been married for over 70 years, and their love continues to make me cry.

A few weeks ago my Grandma was told there was a mass in her colon, which was confirmed by two different scans, a failed colonoscopy (because the mass was in the way) and a dye test.

Immediately, we all began to pray. If you know my granddad, you know that he is a praying man. Throughout my entire life, he would go every single morning to the church and spend hours praying. On the day of my grandma’s surgery, they started with a laparoscopy. BUT they didn’t see anything. So, they decided to go into her colon and look, and the mass was totally gone!

They kept my grandma in the hospital for a few days, and this video is her returning home and reuniting with her husband.

Be Right Back. Gotta go cry and thank Jesus forever.”

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I know this is long, but it is incredible and needs to be shared. My grandparents have been married for over 70 years, and their love continues to make me cry. A few weeks ago my Grandma was told there was a mass in her colon, which was confirmed by two different scans, a failed colonoscopy (because the mass was in the way) and a dye test. Immediately, we all began to pray. If you know my granddad, you know that he is a praying man. Throughout my entire life, he would go every single morning to the church and spend hours praying. On the day of my grandma’s surgery, they started with a laparoscopy. BUT, they didn’t see anything. So, they decided to go into her colon and look, and the mass was totally gone! They kept my grandma in the hospital for a few days, and this video is her returning home and reuniting with her husband. Brb gotta go cry and thank Jesus forever.

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