A young mother from Chester is urging parents to get their children vaccinated against measles - after her own baby fell ill.
Sian Cartwright's daughter Olivia contracted the disease when she was just 7 months old.
She was so poorly, doctors believed she might have scarlet fever.
Olivia was under one year old at the time she contracted the disease, so was not yet eligible for the jab.
But her mother says that if others had being protected, her daughter would have been spared the illness.
The warning comes after a major outbreak hit the region with 37 cases across Cheshire, Liverpool and Greater Manchester
Public Health England has launched an awareness campaign - where parents of children who have not been fully vaccinated are being urged to do so as soon as possible.