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  • This is the heartbreaking moment a cancer-stricken boy, nine, cradled his baby sister just hours before he died after vowing to live long enough to meet her and telling his parents: 'You can only cry for 20 minutes’. Bailey Cooper, from Bristol, battled Non-Hodgkin lymphoma for 15 months and was determined to live love enough to hold his new sibling. His mother Rachel, 28, gave birth to her daughter in November and Bailey named her Millie. The family have now released pictures of him cradling Millie, for the first time after she was born and the the day before he died on Christmas Eve. His parents Lee and Rachel clutched his hands as he passed away, having bravely smiled through his treatment since he was diagnosed in the summer of 2016. RIP Bailey. Picture credit: Cooper family. Swipe ⬅️ for more.
    Daily Mail This is the heartbreaking moment a cancer-stricken boy, nine, cradled his baby sister just hours before he died after vowing to live long enough to meet her and telling his parents: 'You can only cry for 20 minutes’. Bailey Cooper, from Bristol, battled Non-Hodgkin lymphoma for 15 months and was determined to live love enough to hold his new sibling. His mother Rachel, 28, gave birth to her daughter in November and Bailey named her Millie. The family have now released pictures of him cradling Millie, for the first time after she was born and the the day before he died on Christmas Eve. His parents Lee and Rachel clutched his hands as he passed away, having bravely smiled through his treatment since he was diagnosed in the summer of 2016. RIP Bailey. Picture credit: Cooper family. Swipe ⬅️ for more.

    This is the heartbreaking moment a cancer-stricken boy, nine, cradled his baby sister just hours before he died after vowing to live long enough to meet her and telling his parents: 'You can only cry for 20 minutes’. Bailey Cooper, from Bristol, battled Non-Hodgkin lymphoma for 15 months and was determined to live love enough to hold his new sibling. His mother Rachel, 28, gave birth to her daughter in November and Bailey named her Millie. The family have now released pictures of him cradling Millie, for the first time after she was born and the the day before he died on Christmas Eve. His parents Lee and Rachel clutched his hands as he passed away, having bravely smiled through his treatment since he was diagnosed in the summer of 2016. RIP Bailey. Picture credit: Cooper family. Swipe ⬅️ for more.

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mariagiuffre5343 - Maria Giuffre 6 months ago

My Mum hoped that she would look after all the young children and babies in heaven 😭😭😭RIP Bailey I hope she's with you 🙏🏻🌟🙏🏻She died from cancer in 2009 🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼

j0hnn0_wat3_82 - Johnno Watz 6 months ago

As a cancer survivor myself I am so sorry hear about your loss of your loving boy, I know and understand completely what it’s like to lose a love one to cancer it hurts like the whole will never seem to fill

sweetness_179 - Delgado 1 month ago

Rip little angel 👼🏻 my daughter has Hodgkin’s lymphoma she was diagnosed on January 19,2018 I’m so scare. My heart falls into pieces every time she get chemo.😥😥God is who keeps us going & the prayers.