Grandpa gives away old iPad and leaves everyone in stitches with camera roll

The relationship between a grandchild and grandparent is priceless.

Popping round to your grandparents house usually means that you will be slipped a bit of pocket money or some sweets under the radar.

But one grandchild's luck was in after their grandpa Ron gave them his iPad.

Despite giving his iPad away, Ron did not erase his camera roll.

Taking to TikTok under the username @eschultzyy, the grandchild has shared their grandpa Ron’s photography skills for the world to see.

The doting grandchild captioned the video: “Rare aesthetic, Ron's camera roll.”

Opening their new iPad, the grandchild added text to the video that read: “Pov: ur grandpa gives u his ipad bc he doesnt use it anymore.”

After tapping on the photo app, the grandchild scrolls through a number of amusing snaps.

Hilariously, the majority of the photos were covered up by Ron’s finger.

However, the camera roll did not stop here.

Ron even had a go at a few selfies – that were enough to put any influencer to shame!

In the last snap shown, Ron had managed to take a random picture of his feet which has now left many people in hysterics.

Grandpa Ron’s camera roll has now gone viral with having racked up 13.3 million views and 2.4 million likes.

Having been touched by the grandpa's photography skills, many people fled to the comments to share their thoughts on the video.

One person commented: “Bro took a photo of every single second of his life.”

Another user added: “Don’t delete these pictures. The only thing I have left of my grandpa are the pictures he took.”

A third person joked: “Thanks for the free foot pics Ron, you’re a legend – pls don’t delete.”

Someone else noted: “Aww he’s so cute.”

Meanwhile, a fifth user remarked: “This is what my pops camera roll looks like – all grandpas are the same.”

Ron has become TikTok's biggest new star!

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