Conjoined at the head since birth, these inspirational twins have been unable to see each other - until now.
A month after their successful operation to separate them, Jadon and Anias McDonald have seen each other for the first time and the heartwarming moment was captured on camera.
In October, the 13-month-old boys made headlines after they underwent the 27-hour operation to separate them at Montefiore Hospital.
A month later, the pair are making a rapid recovery.
The NZ Herald reports: "Jadon is already ready to move, as he is now vibrant, active, and energetic, pulling at his bandages and playing with anyone who enters the ward.
"Anias, who was already struggling before the operation, is having more difficulties, regularly contracting viruses and infections."
But their surgeon believes Anias will pull through and he thinks Jadon will be a great help.
The twins will soon be moved to a rehab facility.