A couple whose son became the youngest ever organ donor have been given a Special Recognition Pride of Britain award.
Jess Evans and Mike Houlston found out when she was 12 weeks pregnant that one of their twin boys was fatally ill with a rare birth defect that prevents the brain and skull developing.
They carried on with the pregnancy, having made the decision to offer their son Teddy's organs for transplant.
When Teddy and his twin Noah were born, Mike and Jess were able to spend nearly two hours with Teddy before he died, which Jess describes as “the most precious 100 minutes of my life”.
His story triggered a 378% rise in the number of people signing the organ donation register – meaning Teddy could have saved thousands of lives.
The Pride of Britain Awards 2015 will be shown on ITV at 8pm on October 1.