A teenager suffering from terminal cancer has smashed his fundraising target of £1 million for the Teenage Cancer Trust, but item number two on his bucket list was skydiving.
Stephen Sutton got the opportunity just days after an operation in June last year and posted this video for his followers.
He wrote on his YouTube page: "I still can't believe that after having an operation a few days ago and still having a drain in my leg I was actually allowed to jump, but I'm not complaining! It really was an amazing experience and would recommend it to everyone!"
He added: "In my case I've had to wait on the tragedy of cancer to remind me to have a brilliant time, but all you on the other hand have no excuses. That's just one of the messages I want to get across by doing this kind of thing...Life is way too short not to have fun."
The Church of England has offered Lichfield Cathedral as a funeral venue to the family of inspirational teenager Stephen Sutton.
Stephen Sutton was "a credit to humanity" whose "spirit lives on", say this morning's front pages.
ITV News takes a look at what we can learn from cancer patient Stephen Sutton's inspirational story.