A FOUR-YEAR-OLD boy dressed as “superhero” Captain Tom to celebrate the 100-year-old’s incredible fundraising for the NHS.
Max Nelson, from Belshill, Lanarkshire, dressed up as a mini Captain Tom – complete with a blue blazer, medals, and a walking frame – and walked slowly outside his front door to reenact Captain Tom Moore’s heroic efforts.
The young boy had asked his mum if he could dress up as “the Man that done 100 laps to raise all the money” after watching Captain Tom on the news.
While Max has always been fond of dressing up – appearing for the Clap for Carers in a different costume each week – dressing as Captain Tom was particularly special for him.
Max's mum Debbie, 32, said: “Max was so excited for dressing up as Captain Tom he was sitting in front of the cooker from 7 o’clock counting down the hour till the Clap for Carers."
“Max has dressed up in lots of outfits for the Clap for Carers – he’s dressed up as a doctor, Spiderman, the Cat in the Hat – but dressing up as Captain Tom was special.
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