After losing her son to a brain tumour, a grieving mother visited his grave in search of a sign, only to receive just that in the shape of a bird.
Jack Robinson from Hampshire, England was just four years old when he died on April 1, 2014.
Diagnosed just three months earlier, Jack left behind his identical twin brother, Liam, and his three older sisters.
Three years later, his devastated mother Marie visited his grave, begging her little boy to give her a sign.
As she sat next to Jack’s tombstone, a little robin attempted to land on her shoulder.
"Early Saturday morning I got in the car and said out loud, 'Jack, please show mummy a sign' and thought I'll see him after I finished work," Ms Robinson told the Mirror Online.
"At 1pm I left work and walked up to his resting place. I was overcome with emotion and I sat on the grass next to Jack.
“He went and sat on a nearby headstone so I got my phone out to film him being close to me and he flew over and landed on my hand."
“He kept looking at me directly in my face and at one point he landed on my shoulder and nibbled me a couple of times.”
“It brought me to tears. Taking it as a sign from jack.”
Ms Robinson shared the video on Facebook, writing: "Can't believe what’s just happened, come to see my precious boy jack just sat down on ground next to him and this happened.”
Newsbreak – April 4