DEATH in Paradise's Ralf Little has shared an emotional post to social media, leaving fans in bits.
The DI Neville Parker actor took to Instagram to give his fans a glimpse into life on set.
Ralf, 43, tugged on his 162K followers heart strings with an adorable clip.
In the video montage, a sweet puppy sleeping and playing whilst on the Death in Paradise set could be seen, whilst Ralf filmed himself explaining a story.
Rocking a floral shirt, Ralf explained: "Some of you may remember this gorgeous little pup who wandered onto the Death in Paradise set last year.
"Now, I promised you an update. What happened is, I took her in, I hoped to find her a home. One of our crew members showed pictures of Canelle to his mother and she promptly fell in love.
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"None of this would have been possible without the tireless volunteer work from Copa Guadeloupe, who spend their time rescuing animals from the streets and nursing them back to health and then finding them a family."
He went on to say: "I am delighted to say that Canelle's story is a happy one, she is now living her best life beyond paradise, with a loving family and she now actually goes by the name, Po!"
Ralf's fans were quick to share their appreciation in the comments, with one writing: "Love happy endings."
A second penned: "Absolutely beautiful dog, always love reading positive stories x."
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Another added: "Yay! That is great news! She is beautiful!"
It comes after Ralf shared a devastating revelation about filming.
He admitted he was "devastated" that he couldn't get his food staples whilst filming.
Ralf complained that he couldn't find salad cream and baked beans whilst being in the Caribbean for the next six months.
He joked: "It is so devastating, I don't know how I will cope."
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