Heartwarming, a ten-year-old boy who donated bones to help save his life, describes him as "superman."
- Rupert Cross spent 80 days in a specialized unit at the Great Ormond Street hospital
- They diagnosed a stomach in the bone marrow, but it coincided with the donor
- Rupert's mother was broken, looking at Billy Higgins from Essex
- Mr. Higgins signed up as a donor because he was watching the woman who liked her hair
- The woman who saw the queen in Higgins has become his wife
For Charlie Bayliss Mailonline
A boy with 10 years of age has a boy who suffers from strange blood disorders, along with the man who saved his life.
In Rupert Cross, in Hemel Hempstead, 80 days after Huddersfield, in a specialized hospital at the Great Ormond Street hospital, he was diagnosed four years ago of fighting the disease.
Billy Higgins, with Essex, inscribed on the bone marrow record when he saw the woman as a wife.
Rupert Cross (right) spent 80 days at the Great Ormond Street Hospital. Bill Higgins (left) becomes a donor to Billy and helps him save his life
Mr Higgins was a match for Rupert and he became a donor.
Billy's mother tossed her tears and Mr. Higgins told her that she was "amazing," along with the man who helped save his son's life.
Rupert has made a complete recovery and Mr. Higgins has been described as "superman".
He said: "I feel very lucky and I can not believe that someone would do for me."
Mr Higgins said: "If you have a chance, if someone needs to give you a bone marrow, then you have to do it. It's the thing to do.
Rupert's father, Toby, said: "I'd have to do something to exchange places
Rupert underwent chemotherapy treatment but recovered from the illness