Emotional moment teen receives teddy bear with voice recording of late mum

This is the emotional moment a young boy was reduced to tears after he received a teddy bear with a voice recording of his late mother.

Brennan Mansell, received the gift for his 12th birthday, just one month after his mum Lisa tragically passed away.

His big sister Bailey-Mae Mansell, 20, filmed the moment he received the gift that played the audio recording from their late mother when Brennan pressed its paw.

The recording is heard saying: "Hello darling, love you lots, giving you a kiss. Love, love, love love you."

Bailey-Mae said: "My oldest sister Briony had a Build-a-Bear made with a voice message mum had sent to her a few months prior.

"We then gave him this for his birthday and he completely broke down in tears from hearing our late mum's voice again."

Brennan, from Sheffield, is seen listening intently to the recording and, as it finishes, he's immediately reduced to tears.

Bailey-Mae revealed their mother Lisa passed suddenly last month. The cause is still unknown.

She said: "We’ve struggled a lot since mum passed away. We feel completely lost without our queen.

"She was the light of all our lives and was there for us through everything."

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