By Will Robinson
September 19, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT
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Adele was the headliner at her New York concert Monday night, but an adorable 4-year-old may have stolen the show.

The child, named Quinn, and their aunt were invited on stage by the pop star during the first of six planned concerts at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Adele asked Quinn, who was wearing big headphones, his age. Quinn responded by raising four fingers. “I have a little boy that’s about to turn 4,” said Adele.

After learning that the woman who accompanied Quinn on stage was an aunt, Adele asked if his mother was around, prompting a yell of, “I’m here!” Adele made sure she hustled up: “Oh good. Mommy: Quick, come down!” Quinn’s mother ran to the stage and gave Adele a big hug. The singer also shouted out Quinn’s grandpa, who was celebrating his 65th birthday on Monday.

Adele sent the trio off after taking a group photo and promising to post it on her Instagram account Tuesday so they can see it.

See the sweet moment in the video above.