Jack Robinson loses his fight for life

Jack Robinson
Jack Robinson
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A four-year-old who was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour has died.

In the early hours of this morning, four-year-old Jack Robinson lost his battle against a brain tumour and passed away peacefully.

The youngster had been staying in Naomi House children’s hospice, near Winchester.

As reported, Jack was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour in January this year.

He was given only a five per cent chance of survival, and his heartbroken parents Marie, 41, and Terence, 47, along with sisters Danielle, 21, Christina, 18, Natalie, 14, and identical twin brother Liam, of Bere Road, Denmead, worked hard to make his final wishes come true.

This included Take That frontman and X-Factor judge Gary Barlow visiting Jack in Southampton General Hospital, receiving a video message from former Dr Who Matt Smith, and having an early Christmas and birthday party.

His mother, Marie, 41, posted on Facebook page Jack’s Journey: ‘Thankyou for your messages. I am totally speechless, my baby has gone but all I can do is cry. We will give my baby an almighty send off, the funeral of all funerals, he deserves the best.’

Tributes to Jack poured in today.