Five former US presidents came together in a rare appearance at a relief concert for victims of the hurricanes that battered America and the Caribbean.
Democrats Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, and Republicans George H W Bush and his son George W Bush appeared together for the first time since 2013.
The ex-White House chiefs stood united in support of their fellow countrymen at the One America Appeal concert at the Reed Arena in College Station, Texas, on Saturday night.
The relief effort, which began after Hurricane Harvey and has expanded twice to include victims of hurricanes Irma and Maria, has racked up £24million since September 7.
Mr Obama said: ‘As former presidents, we want to help our fellow Americans begin to recover.’
Mr Clinton added: ‘People are hurting but, as one Texan put it, we’ve got more love in Texas than water.’
The former presidents agreed to appear at the concert, which featured a performance from Lady Gaga, after Harvey hit Texas in August.
In a notable absence, the current US president, Donald Trump, sent a video message for the event to congratulate the five.
He also promised the country was ‘truly one nation under God’ and ‘unified by our values and our devotion to one another’.