LITTLE Couple stars Jen Arnold and Bill Klein have treated fans to a sweet post of their kids Will and Zoey hugging during a nighttime swim.
Mom-of-two Jen, 46, shared a snap of her adorable children playing in the family's pool on Instagram last week.
In the photo, Will, ten, and eight-year-old Zoey can be seen with their arms around one another as pose in the water.
It appears to be nighttime during the shot, with the family pool giving off a vibrant green light.
Alongside the photo, Jen wrote: "Nighttime swim! Lazy days of summer."
The reality star concluded the post with a string of hashtags.
Fans were quick to comment their well-wishes, with one writing: "Love your kiddos and your family!"
Another said: "What a wonderful life you’ve given each other."
A third added: "Awww they look so grown up and cute."
Jen and Bill Klein met in 2006 after finding each other online, and they dated for two years before Bill dropped down to one knee and proposed.
They married in 2008 in a fairytale wedding ceremony, and a year later, they began filming for their TLC docu-series The Little Couple.
In 2013, however, Jen and Bill were hit with the best and worst news possible as they were approved to adopt two children but Jen was diagnosed with stage three choriocarcinoma, a rare form of cancer that occurred after she had a miscarriage.
The pair adopted son Will - now 10 - in 2013 from China, after they met him at an orphanage.
"It was instant, our connection. My relationship with Will is something I didn’t expect,” Jen said at the time.
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Months later, they adopted eight-year-old Zoe from India; Will and Zoe both also have a form of dwarfism.
But that same year, Jen was confirmed to have cancer, which began in the cells that would have become the placenta for the baby she tragically lost.
Dr. Concepcion R. Diaz-Arrastia said at the time that it was "a very rare cancer, rare that it was found in a little person … a very rare situation."
Treatment for the disease was difficult due to her skeletal dysplasia and her difficulties with past surgeries.
Jen faced weekly intensive treatments of chemotherapy between the end of 2013 and 2014, all while taking care of her newly adopted children Zoe and Will.
She said: “It actually got harder as more time went on. Some weeks were more difficult than others with different side effects.
"I had a lot of fatigue and nausea and some days it just felt like my hands and feet were very heavy.”
The road to recovery was a long, intensive journey and after she went into remission in 2014, she remained closely monitored by her doctor, as 85 percent of recurrences happen in the first 18 months after chemo.
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Six years on, Jen remains healthy and cancer-free.
To celebrate their love for each other, in 2014, Bill proposed to Jen a second time, and they had a big celebration honoring their love later that year.
Now, the two are living their dream, having recently moved back to Florida from Houston, Texas to be close to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital where Jen is now working.