A seven-year-old boy from Devon has had his wish granted after writing to the ruler of Ras Al Khaimah asking for help.
Archie and his family - who are originally from Devon - live in Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates.
But, for the past month Archie's mum Jessica Fitzjohn has been stuck in the UK after travelling there to attend her father's funeral.
After arriving in the UK, the spread of coronavirus saw travel restrictions and bans came into place, meaning Jessica was unable to return back to her family.
In a bid to get his mother back home, Archie wrote to the ruler of Ras Al Khaimah asking for help, saying it had been "52 sleeps now that I have been apart from my mummy".
After being moved by Archie's letter, His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi directed authorities to bring his mother safely home.
In the note, Archie recalled meeting H.H. Sheikh Saud with his classmates in 2019.
Archie said he was a “very kind, helpful sheikh”.
As well as the letter, Archie enclosed a drawing which he titled 'the day my mummy comes back home to me'.
It showed Archie and his father Richard waiting for her arrival at the airport as her plane came in.
H.H. Sheikh Saud personally responded to Archie.
Archie’s father, Richard, said they were 'forever thankful' and "absolutely overwhelmed to have received a handwritten letter from His Highness".
Archie was reunited with his mum Jessica on Wednesday before starting a 14 day quarantine.
Jessica added: "I can’t thank the Ruler enough for his kindness in organizing my return, I will be so ever grateful for this moment. Thank you very much to everyone involved."
Archie wrote to Sheikh Saud Al Qasimi to thank him for "making my dreams and wishes come true".