Football legend Graeme Souness raised more than £1m by swimming the English Channel to help support people living with rare skin condition Epidermolysis bullosa (EB).
The former Liverpool and Scotland midfielder was inspired to take on the challenge by 15-year-old girl Isla Grist, who lives in the Highlands.
The ex-Rangers manager joined Isla, whose condition is often referred to as “butterfly skin”, on a regular visit to Great Ormond Street Hospital for treatment.
Isla and her mother Rachael describe life with EB, including changing Isla’s dressings which can take two people four hours.
BBC Breakfast reporter John Maguire was with them.
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