FORMER England team-mates Ian Wright and Paul Gascoigne shared an emotional embrace at a Classic Shirts exhibition on Wednesday.
Wright was launching his new book at the London event and was delighted when Gazza walked through the door.
Footage shared by Arsenal legend Wright on Twitter shows former Tottenham wizard Gazza walk through the door.
Wright can be heard cheering as his old mate approaches.
Gazza gushes: "Weyyyy, how are ya?
"F***ing hell, you all right?"
The pair share a warm embrace with both men clearly delighted to see the other.
Wright's post received more than 15,000 likes with fans loving the wholesome footage.
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Gazza and Wright, 57, were England team-mates in the Nineties and clearly still have a mountain of affection for each other.
A clip from later on shows Gazza jokingly chanting: "Ian S***e, S***e, S***e!"
And he also quipped: "I scored my penalty at Euro 96 and ended up in rehab.
"Gareth [Southgate] missed his and got the manager's job. I don’t get it."
Gazza, 54, has battled alcohol addiction for most of his post-playing days.
But the loveable Geordie still is still though of fondly by most of the nation.
He recently revealed he once jumped into a lobster tank in his best suit.
Wright is equally popular among the British public in his role as a successful pundit.
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He has had to endure several digs about his beloved Arsenal recently with Mikel Arteta's men bottom of the table.
The former striker labelled the Gunners tactics 'frightening as they slumped to a home defeat by Chelsea.
And he had to be consoled by his son Shuan Wright-Phillips after Man City thrashed the North Londoners 5-0 at the Etihad.
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