The beautiful moment a blind woman "sees" her pregnancy scan.

Yeah, it’s a little cheesy. But frankly, it’s so sweet we don’t care.

Tatiana Guerra is 30 years old, and she’s been blind ever since she lost her sight at 17. She’s also 20 weeks pregnant with her son Murilo, so she’s never been able to see a pregnancy ultrasound.

Until now.

In this beautiful new ad for Huggies Brazil (and no, we’re not being paid to write this — we just really, really like it), Tatiana is presented with a special surprise.

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The sonographer creates a print-out using a 3D printing station, then passes the 3D ultrasound, wrapped, to the nervous-looking Tatiana.

She is, predictably, delighted to see the results – especially when she realises the print-out carries a message written in brialle, which she reads out slowly, word by word:

“I… Am… Your… Son.”

Cue: happy tears.

Other ads worth talking about:

This Thai phone commercial had some of us in tears.

Shame on you, Channel 7 and Channel 9. These should never have aired.

The Miu Miu ad that ‘sexualised a child’. Even though the model was overage.

Bravo, TV company. You’ve just taken advertising back to a more sexist time.

Also: Our very own Jamila Rizvi on the things nobody tells you about being pregnant.

Any other ads that move you to tears?