A WHOLESOME video reveals a Scots grandad getting a giant shock when he opened his entrance door to see his new child grandson for the primary time.
Larissa Bell filmed the second her father-in-law William McCann met child Luca in Glasgow final week simply hours after he was born.
The video reveals 69-year-old William opening up his entrance door as he lays his eyes on little Luca who he wasn’t even conscious had been born but.
Gobsmacked William might be heard repeatedly saying: “What are you doing?
“What are you doing?”
To which 25-year-old Larissa replies: “Hello granda.”
William then eagerly walks in the direction of the new child to carry him in his arms whereas nonetheless repeating: “What are you doing man?”
William then appears to be like down at his Luka, his first grandson, and adoringly says: “Hiya.”
Larissa posted the video on TikTok yesterday, writing: “Not telling anybody your part date then shocking grandpa straight from the hospital.
“The purest response.”
The video has now collected over 2.1 million views and greater than 97,000 likes.
Lots of of viewers commented on the clip after loving William’s response.
One mentioned: “He appears to be like so confused and on the similar time he’s like ‘g me my grandson’.”
One other wrote: “He’s performing as if he by no means knew you had been pregnant.”
A 3rd replied: “He appears to be like like he’s about to shut the door on you with the infant in his hand, haha so cute.”
A fourth added: “That is granda’s child now, you’re not getting him again!”
A fifth commented: “He’s like give me that bairn now.”
Talking right now, Larissa mentioned: “Luca was born on the twenty third of August in Wishaw Basic Hospital and we did the shock on the way in which residence from the hospital on the twenty fourth.
“[William] was in full and utter shock and confusion.
“It was such an awesome combine of pleasure, love and happiness to shock him along with his first ever grandson.
“After he was over the preliminary shock and truly realised what was taking place he was so glad.”