The explorer Henry Worsley who died following a record-breaking Antarctic crossing attempt has raised more than double his fundraising target of £100,000.
The 55-year-old Army veteran died on Sunday after being airlifted off the ice, a mere 30-miles short of his goal - to complete the unfinished journey of Sir Ernest Shackleton on the 100th anniversary of his expedition.
The fundraising page now stands at £209,038, including Gift Aid, with donations flooding in following news of his death. Donors have also been leaving messages on his Virgin Money Giving page.
He had already raised more than his target £100,000 for the Endeavour Fund, which helps wounded service personnel, when he radioed for help having walked 913 miles unaided over 70 days.
The Duke of Cambridge, who is Patron of The Shackleton Solo Expedition said: "We have lost a friend, but he will remain a source of inspiration to us all, especially those who will benefit from his support to the Endeavour Fund."