Pictured: Teejay with his family. Mum and Dad, Richard and Georgina, with sisters, Ella, 2, and Kacee, 7.
A 10-year-old amputee who had his prosthetic legs customised with the face of his 'hero' Eminem on them has received a signed album from the American rapper - who spotted a photo of the youngster's unique tribute on Twitter.
Determined Teejay Stainer was told he might never walk when he was born without a calf bone in his right leg and credits the lyrics of hip hop star Eminem, also known as Slim Shady, for making him feel 'brave' enough to defy expectations.
He has been a fan of the hit maker - who famously sang the line: 'will the real Slim Shady please stand up?' - since he was two, when his parents Georgina and Richard Stainer would play it to help him sleep.