Life lessons from 'true hero' Stephen Sutton

Stephen Sutton was diagnosed with incurable metastatic bowel cancer when he was 15. Credit: Facebook

Teenager Stephen Sutton, who dedicated his life to spreading happiness and inspiring others, has lost his cancer fight, aged just 19.

Despite suffering from incurable metastatic bowel cancer, Stephen remained determined to experience life - writing a 46-point bucket list of adventures to complete along the way.

Stephen Sutton created a bucket list of things he wanted to do before he died. Credit: Facebook

Here are some of the teenage inspiration's most memorable quotes:

Stephen's mother said her 'heart is bursting with pride but breaking with pain' after his death. Credit: Facebook
Stephen wanted to 'spread positivity' while he was alive. Credit: Facebook
Prime Minister David Cameron said after Stephen's death, 'A very, very bright light has gone out'. Credit: SWNS

Read: Manford: Sutton was 'most inspiring person I've ever met'

Stephen Sutton has raised more than £3.4 million on his JustGiving page for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Credit: Facebook

Read: School's wall of remembrance honours Stephen Sutton