An anonymous businessman has offered £3,000 to give a terminally ill mother her dying wish.
Kelly Murray suffers from a rare condition that caused half her teeth to fall out, distorted her face and left her unable to laugh.
But the 33-year-old's last wish is to leave her two sons with a smiling family photo.
When Mrs Murray was told by dentists that fitting dentures would cost £3,000, friends began fundraising to help.
But when the appeal gained international attention an anonymous businessman donated the entire amount - and then dentist Paul Cullen offered to fit the veneers for free.
Mrs Murray told the Matlock Mercury the response has been "overwhelming".
Mrs Murray has battled langerhan cell histiocytosis for 12 years – a condition that affects just one in a million adults and has caused the bones in her mouth to disintegrate.
It is so rare that she is the only person with the illness ever carry her own children.
Mrs Murray admitted she finds it hard to accept that she won't see her sons grow up, telling the Metro: "I want to see them grow into young men."