The Groom Danced With His Mother On His Wedding Day And It Had The Whole Room In Tears

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The Groom Danced With His Mother On His Wedding Day And It Had The Whole Room In Tears
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On September 21, 2012, when Dave Hastings hosted his first wedding party. As part of the cultural belief, he danced with his mother, and it had the whole room in tears. The first dance with the parents is considered an honor at weddings.

Dave lifted up his mother from a wheelchair and cradling her in his arms he danced with her on the complete song for more than three minutes. The sight of this love, affection, and respect was beyond special for everyone sitting in the room.

Let's watch the video of unconditional love between a mother and a son, it will move you.

It was a dark room, and a slideshow was playing pictures of his childhood. Everyone was in an euphoric mood.

It was a dark room, and a slideshow was playing pictures of his childhood. Everyone was in an euphoric mood.

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After all, it was Dave's first wedding.

After all, it was Dave's first wedding.
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To honour his mother, he pulled her and started dancing along with her.

To honour his mother, he pulled her and started dancing along with her.
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He danced with her for a while and then lifted his mother in his arms.

He danced with her for a while and then lifted his mother in his arms.
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And trying to make her feel special, he danced with her on the entire song.

And trying to make her feel special, he danced with her on the entire song.
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By the time he completed his dance, every person in the room was in tears.

By the time he completed his dance, every person in the room was in tears.
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Watch the beautiful moment here.

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