Harry is diagnosed with Goldenhar syndrome and autism. His twin brother, Oliver, has learned from Harry that love is something to be expressed through action.
Oliver plans to protect Harry throughout life, but still sees his brother as the one who is the "Guardian Angel."
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This is one of my favorite videos on your channel. I always find my way back here when I'm feeling down.
I wish I had a sibling
Oliver looks like Brooklyn Beckham
Don't bother praying to be saved from Chuck Norris; God was about to ask you the same thing.
Wow I have so much respect to his brother he has to be an angel from God
Omg those kisses 😭 ❤️
Hes so cute!!!
Harry's mother was my year 8 teacher
Ideals are an imaginative understanding of that which is desirable in that which is possible.
The love of a brother, is great! The love of this brother is amazing, and the list goes on. Such a beautiful family. God bless you all.❤
Be still, my heart ♥️ Oliver is incredibly kind, smart, and the definition of what love is. Love this family!
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