A teenager from Derby has been invited to the Royal Wedding for his campaigning for the deaf community.
Reuben Litherland was born deaf, and runs a class teaching fellow pupils at his school sign language during lunch breaks.
He has also campaigned for deaf-friendly cinema screenings.
Reuben's efforts have earned him royal recognition.
He will be among more than 2,500 guests in the grounds at Windsor Castle for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day.
The couple have invited thousands of members of the public to the wedding - even as major political figures were left off the list.