Meet Mavis, grandmother of British athlete Adam Peaty and self-proclaimed #OlympicNan.
While Peaty swims for Team GB at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Mavis, who describes herself in her Twitter bio as "proud Nan to a world champion breaststroker", is busy back home in Staffordshire gunning for her grandson.
She's had her window cleaner stick up union jack bunting to show support for young Peaty.
And she's even had her nails done in his honour.
But it's her bang-on commentary of the games that you really want to follow for.
When Peaty qualified for Sunday's 100m breaststroke final, having earlier broken his own world record, Mavis called her grandson a "gladiator".
She's been "roaring" for him at every stage of the competition.
And while Peaty himself gets the lion's share of her support.
She's right there cheering on the rest of the British swimming team too.
When her grandson won the gold medal and broke his own world record in the process, Mavis was bursting with pride.
Here's the moment she saw it happen on TV.
Mavis might not have made it to Rio.
But she is 100% there in spirit, bringing her nan A-game to us all.
Laura Silver is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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