Donations for a cancer charity appeal organised by a terminally ill teenager are on the verge of hitting £3m and look like they will continue to rise.
Stephen Sutton wanted to raise £10,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust as part of his "bucket list" - a list of achievements he wanted to do before he died - but managed to raise £1m after going viral.
Thanks to support from celebrities like comedian Jason Manford and former Dr Who David Tennant, Stephen, who has inoperable bowel cancer, will soon hit the £3m mark.
19-year-old Stephen was diagnosed with bowel cancer aged 15 and remains seriously ill in a Birmingham hospital despite making a miraculous recovery from a collapsed lung.
The sum collected, generated mostly by 200,000 mainly small donations is three times bigger than any previous single legacy for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
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.