Kerri-Anne Kennerley was on her phone when she was spectacularly reminded of her most cherished memories with her late husband, John Kennerly.
As many iPhone users will be aware, the photo app shares "on this day" memories with its user - and Keri-Anne was gifted the best reminder.
The snap in question? A beautiful image featuring the TV presenter and John smiling together surrounded by a blanket of snow on their holiday to the United States.
Kerri-Anne and John are matching in red with their arms wrapped around each other and big smiles on their faces.
It's the perfect moment captured on film, and clearly feeling a little sentimental, Kerri-Anne posted the picture onto her Instagram.
She captioned the post, "This just popped up on my phone memories."
She then gave her followers some extra details about the special moment.
"It's one of my favourite photos of John and I in Park City USA. We had the best time together," she said.
The comment section quickly filled up with humble testaments and messages of support for the TV host.
One fan commented, "They say those that have gone to another place find ways to speak to us, I'd say John is letting you know he is always near. Lovely photo. XX."
Another follower posted, "Hope you are doing ok 😍❤️ It's a beautiful memory x."
Australia fashion designer Alex Perry posted a series of heartfelt emojis, "🙏🏽❤️."
The Studio 10 host's husband passed away in February 2019 in Sydney's St Vincent's hospital at the age of 78.
His death came three years after he suffered a tragic fall that left him paralysed.
Kerri-Anne broke the news on her Instagram with a poignant Instagram post.
"It's with a heavy heart and awful sadness that I let you know that my beautiful husband John passed away last night," she revealed.
"As you all know, John has faced some tremendous challenges over the past few years and with each he has been extraordinarily brave and determined to overcome those hurdles and live a normal life. I want to thank everyone at St Vincent's Hospital for the beautiful care they have provided to John in his last days."
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