A Welshman shot three times while protecting his fiancee from the gunman during the Tunisian terror attack is in stable condition in hospital back home.
Mathew James, a father-of-two from Trehafod in Rhondda Cynon Taf, has been hailed as a hero after being shot in the shoulder, chest and hip after throwing himself in front of the gunman to protect his fiancee.
The 30-year-old's fiancee Saera Wilson posted a photograph of herself and Mathew in hospital on Facebook on Sunday morning.
On a page set up to raise money to help Mathew's recovery, Saera wrote:
Mathew is now said to be in a "stable and comfortable condition" in hospital here. He and Saera have thanked medical teams in Tunisia and Wales for their help.
She previously described how, when the shooting started, Mathew said, "I love you babe. But just go - tell our children that their daddy loves them."
She added: "He took a bullet for me. I owe him my life because he threw himself in front of me when the shooting started - it was the bravest thing I've ever known."
They flew back to the UK last night, after he was treated for his injuries in hospital in Tunisia.
Mr James' mother Kathryn Matthews said it was the "most fantastic feeling" seeing Saera step off the plane while her son was carried on a stretcher behind her.
She also told friends on Facebook that her son had held the hand of a dying man during the attack.
"So proud of him, after being the first to be shot and making sure Saera got to safety, he held the hand of an elderly gent who lay dying next to him, totally overwhelmed by it all," Ms Matthews wrote.