DOCTOR Who has sent a personal message to four-year-old Jack Robinson.
Matt Smith, who played the famous time lord for three years, has sent a video clip over a minute long to Jack.
In the video filmed in Texas, America, Matt slowly pans down the camera before singing part of the Doctor Who theme tune.
He then tells Jack he will send him some goodies and try to visit him when he gets back to England.
Jack, from Denmead, who has an inoperable brain tumour, is a massive Doctor Who fan.
Since his diagnosis last month, friends and family have rallied around to makes Jack’s wishes come true.
His dad Terry, 47, said: ‘Jack was over the moon.
‘Gary Barlow tweeted he had a message from Matt Smith, but we didn’t expect this, thank you Gary.
‘And thank you to Darren Langford, a well-wisher, who said he had also been in contact with Matt.
‘Not sure which person he responded too, but we are grateful that he has.’
The video was sent yesterday evening.
Mr Robinson, of Bere Road, added: ‘Jack had gone to sleep, but we woke him up to show him the message.
‘His eyes just lit up and he was so delighted.
‘It has made his day.’