Carnlough girl Cora McQuade-Denvir was delighted to meet her favourite band on Tuesday evening!
Little Cora (7) came face-to-face with Little Mix when the X Factor winners met her at the SSE Arena before their Belfast concert.
The youngster, who was born at just 28 weeks and suffered severe brain damage, was given just months to live last November by doctors.
So Cora’s parents started a campaign to create as many happy memories as possible with their only child.
One of these wishes was to meet the chart-toppers.
Cora was born with severe brain damage and suffered brain hemorrhages which lead to a number of her conditions. She has a number of conditions including uncontrollable epilepsy, cerebral palsy, dystonia, hydrocephalus, scoliosis and bilateral talipes.
Cora is also partially blind, is mostly tube fed, and can not walk, talk, sit or hold her head.
The campaign for Cora to meet Little Mix was set up by Co Down woman Toni Boden who runs the Special Delivery for Someone Special Facebook group to help Cora meet Little Mix.