Miracle heart transplant boy who moved NHS staff to tears when he left hospital now all smiles at 12-month check up

MIRROR | Joshua Taylor, Sonia Evans

Elliott Livingstone's parents shared this photo of the three-year-old at the same spot outside Great Ormond Street Hospital a year after undergoing life-saving treatment

Elliott walks out of Great Ormond Street Hospital with a spring in his step (Photo: Facebook)
A brave toddler who moved NHS staff to tears when he was pictured leaving hospital after 14 months has been back for his one-year check-up - and now he looks the picture of health.

Elliott Livingstone was photographed by his family walking out of London's Great Ormond Street Hospital last year after undergoing a life-saving heart transplant when he was just two.

Now three, he has been pictured in the same spot one year later following a check-up - and he looks happy and full of life.

The new photo was uploaded to a Facebook page, run by his parents Candace and Adrian Livingstone, that has told the story of Elliott's illness, operation and recovery.

They said: "It's now been a year since Elliott was discharged from Great Ormond Street Hospital after a selfless family chose organ donation in their darkest hour. Continue reading

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