Olivia Newton-John and Chloe Lattanzi have been through more together than many people experience over an entire lifetime.
The golden mother-daughter duo have battled Chloe's drug addiction and ONJ's cancer - which tragically, Chloe first learned about from another student at school.
The pair are usually based in the US, but in early 2020 they headed back home to Australia, with Olivia returning to star in the Fire Fight Australia benefit concert and Chloe strapping on her dancing shoes as one of the celebrity contestants on Dancing With The Stars.
ONJ, now 71, has been battling several bouts of cancer for years, having dealt with the disease privately since 2013, but in 2017 she announced publicly that her breast cancer had returned and metastasised to her lower back.
Since then, she and 34-year-old Chloe made a pact to spend more time together.
"I love seeing my mum. It's good medicine. When I don't see my mum for a long time, it's like I feel ill," Chloe told The Australian Women's Weekly last year.
"When I'm with her, it feels like all is right with the world. She makes me feel safe."
WATCH BELOW: ONJ talks about Chloe's battle with addiction. Story continues after video.
It's a heartwarming sentiment that her mother echoes.
"When Chloe is with me, I feel complete," ONJ says.
"There's that expression, 'You're only as happy as your unhappiest child'. So, if Chloe's not happy, I'm not happy, and, if she's doing well, so am I. It affects me – how she is – so to see her radiant and happy and healthy makes me feel great."
Keep on scrolling to see how this incredible mother-daughter duo have stuck by each other's sides over the years.
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