WWE superstar Becky Lynch has reached out to a disabled fan on social media in a heartwarming gesture of kindness.
The 34-year-old Irishwoman, who shares a child with fellow wrestler Seth Rollins, is currently on maternity leave following the birth of her daughter Roux in December of last year.
She was tagged in a post on Twitter after a disabled fan who is unable to walk or talk got Lynch on her AFOs [ankle foot orthoses].
The tweet read: “Emily is so happy because her new AFOs have @BeckyLynchWWE on them!
“‘Smiles on people’s faces’ is a real thing and this girl who can’t walk or talk can sure tell us how she feels.”
And Lynch replied just a few hours later by saying: “Would love to see that smile in person. Sent you a dm!”
The WWE star’s post was then responded to by the user, who added: “Next year the plan is for the family to go to WrestleMania.
“Will be only Emily’s second ever wrestling show live.”
Lynch received an outpouring of positive messages following her tweet to the fan, with many people tweeting praise to the former WWE champion.
One said: “Oh wow this is great. Becky is the freaking best.”
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And another added: “This is the best thing on Twitter I’ll see all year.”
While a third person simply said: “Warms my heart.”
Lynch has won the WWE Raw Women’s Championship and the WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship on three occasions.
She also took victory in the 2019 Royal Rumble, a win which saw her make history by competing in the first ever women’s main event at Wrestlemania alongside Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair.