Olympic Nan's "out-of-this-world" trip to watch her grandson win gold in Hungary has whetted her appetite for more trips abroad - and possibly even a new tattoo.
Mavis Williams got on a plane and left the UK for the first time in 20 years to cheer on grandson Adam Peaty at the Budapest World Swimming Championships.
She watched the 22-year-old win gold in the 50m and 100m breaststroke, then played a priceless prank on her record-breaking relative. After his post-race interview, Uttoxeter-born Peaty was "shocked" to see his grandma sporting a replica of his iconic bicep lion tattoo.
It turned out to be a temporary transfer - but Mrs Williams says she has a "never say never" attitude when it comes to the prospect of some permanent ink.
The 75-year-old said: "The tattoo was actually an idea touted by one of the girls working for Arena at the world championships. I was game for it and they got someone in to put it on. It looked exactly the same as Adam's.
"He came running in from his interview and hugged his mum, then gave me a hug - and that's when I sprung it on him. I said 'Adam, I've been and done something for you to mark you winning gold'.
"It definitely shocked him and was a really good bit of fun. I might even get a permanent one done just to shock everyone. Never say never."
Widow Mrs Williams sprung to national fame after Peaty won Team GB's first gold medal at the Rio Olympics in summer 2016. She launched a Twitter account, which gained thousands of followers after a host of TV appearances. She now boasts 6,663 subscribers.
Although the Uttoxeter grandma did not fly out to Rio, she is not averse to long flights - her previous plane journey was to Canada. And Mrs Williams, of The Hornbeams, said the trip to Budapest more than made up for her absence in Rio.
She said: "It's given me the bug for going further next time. You just never know what's going to happen, but I wouldn't completely rule out a trip to the next Olympics in Tokyo.
"I love my country, but it was nice to leave Britain for a while. Budapest was lovely and we enjoyed a lovely boat trip down the Danube. The people were really nice and it was so clean - you never saw a spot of litter. The competition was just amazing. We were screaming so loud when Adam was racing.
"I never take his success for granted and am always so, so proud when he does well. You never know, but I hope his records stand for many more years to come."