The boy is ten years old at heart; meet the person who gives a bone marrow that helped to; saving his life – and describing how & # 39; superman & # 39;
- Rupert Cross spent 80 days in a special unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital
- It was shown that a rare bone disease was unusual but was matched by a donor
- Rupert's mother broke tears when she saw donor Billy Higgins from Essex
- Mr Higgins was submitted as an offer as he saw a woman he was in; a queue
- Mr Higgins showed that he has seen a woman in the & # 39; yacht now his wife
Charlie Bayliss For Mailonline
A 10-year-old boy who suffered blood disorder was rarely repeated with the one who saved his life.
Rupert Cross, from Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, 80 days in a special unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital has been hitting his illness after having been proven four years ago.
Billy Higgins, from Essex, will sign on the bone marrow record when he saw a woman who liked her in the & # 39; A visit, who is now his wife.
Rupert Cross (right) 80 days passed in a special care unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Bill Higgins (left) was able to be a Billy contribution and helped save his life
Mr Higgins was found to be a game for Rupert and became a donor.
Billy's mother broke down in tears and told Mr Higgins that she was awesome & # 39; after she came along with the man who helped save her son's life.
Rupert has taken place from time to time to revitalize and mentions Mr Higgins as superman.
He said: "I feel very lucky and I can not believe that someone would do this for me."
Mr Higgins said: "If you get that chance to give a bone marrow that someone needs to do so you need to do that. The right thing you do is.
Rupert's father, Toby, said: "I want to do anything for transport
Rupert took hold of chemotherapy but has come back from his illness since then