The mum of a boy who tragically died from sepsis just days before his first birthday has given birth to another son.
Melissa Mead and her husband Paul lost their first-born William in December 2014 after medics failed to spot his illness and have campaigned tirelessly to raise awareness since.
And in a touching tribute they have named their newborn Arthur William Mead after his big brother.
Appearing on Good Morning Britain, Melissa said little Arthur was only two weeks old so was still "quite dinky".
She said: "We thought naming him Arthur William was a really lovely way to honour his memory."
But having a new baby hasn't stopped the couple from campaigning for more sepsis awareness.
Recently Melissa gave a speech at the Tory Party conference which moved many of the audience to tears.
Melissa said: "The last few weeks have been hectic but we've been trying to keep the momentum going for the campaign.
"There's just so much going on. It doesn't stop for nothing - not even for babies."
The couple, from Penryn in Cornwall, carry a teddy with them everywhere which contains William's ashes.
Dad Paul said: "It's nice to have them together. We have them together wherever we go."
William died from sepsis as a result of a chest infection but could have been saved if a 111 call handler had realised the gravity of his illness.
An NHS England report found that 16 mistakes had contributed to his death.