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There is something in the world right now that is so pure, irresistible, and endearing that the mere sight of it makes our hearts dissolve into a helpless puddle.

That thing is Antoni Porowski from Netflix's Queer Eye. But it's not just the affable food expert. What's chasing the clouds away and inviting the luminous ray of hope into our tempestuous world is Antoni holding a wombat. Sigh.


Just take a look.


Antoni captioned it simply, "Wooly wombat," followed by a heart emoji, and no further description was necessary. We get to watch him holding the cute creature repeatedly on a loop and, suddenly, all seems right with the world.

He posted the clip on Wednesday, but it's unclear when exactly this darling exchange between the two charming species took place. Given the fact that quadrupedal marsupials are indigenous to Australia, Mashable suspects the footage is from the Fab Five's trip Down Under a few months ago for a special makeover sesh in a small town named, aptly, Yass.



Meanwhile, back on social media, Antoni's post made more than 311,000 people exclaim YASSS!










But you can't please everybody. I totes smell jealousy.



You can watch Netflix's Queer Eye 20-minute bonus special, "Yass, Australia," on YouTube below.





H/T - Vulture, Mashable, Instagram, Twitter

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