Not all heroes wear capes, but sometimes they come in the form of an air hostess.
And that was the case last week when a Jetstar flight attendant was hailed as a "super nanny" for helping a stressed passenger and mother-of-three at Brisbane Airport.
The Australian airline shared a photo of cabin services officer Robyn Fitzpatrick holding and feeding a baby boy with a bottle ahead of a flight from Brisbane to Hobart last week.
The passenger was having a hard time dealing with her other two children so Fitzpatrick, who is a grandmother of 12, went above and beyond to lend a hand.
"When mum needs a hand to organise toilet breaks for her two kids, in steps Jetstar nanny!" the airline wrote on Facebook.
"This photo of our Cabin Services Officer and grandmother of 12, Robyn was taken in Brisbane recently when she helped out a mum travelling with three young kids."
While the stressed mother took her two kids to the bathroom and got them ready for the flight, Fitzpatrick fed the baby, keeping him calm as he finished his bottle.
The photo has received more than 3100 likes and hundreds of reactions.
"Not all heroes wear capes! They both fly though," one person said of the flight attendant.
"She's definitely a keeper. Totally deserves a pay rise," another wrote.
One previous passenger shared her story of how impressed she was with her flight experience after another mum was having trouble with her baby.
"I was so impressed with Jetstar cabin crew on our recent flight Brisbane to Bali. There was a mum who was having a hard time settling her bub, each of the cabin crew took some time to walk around with bub so mum could have a break ... was amazing to watch."