Gino Valentine kneels by his father’s grave and reads an emotional ‘message’ from him.
The eight-year-old found the letter beneath a heart-shaped stone while leaving a Father’s Day card for Daryl Valentine.
His mother, Gayle, who was filming the scene, asked him what it said, to which he replied: ‘A letter from Heaven.’
Unknown to Gino, the message was really written by his mother, 42.
Footage of him reading it has now been shared 4,400 times and ‘liked’ by 9,100 people on Facebook.
Daryl – who died aged 24 in January 2010 – apparently wrote: ‘Hi Gino, thank you for coming to see me on Father’s Day.
‘I know you don’t remember me very well as I came here when you were only three-and-a-half but I do see you.’
The letter told his son: ‘It’s OK to be angry, but please don’t use bad words.’ It ended: ‘I wanted to come and see you but I can’t ’cause it’s not allowed when we go to Heaven so I sneaked a letter inside for you to read.
‘I miss you and I don’t get older like mummy does!’
Gino, who cried afterwards, says: ‘I’m going to take this home with us.’
His mother, from Hastings, East Sussex, later posted: ‘I wanted him to know how much his daddy loved his wee boy xx.’
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18 June 2014 | 11:02 pm – Source: metro.co.uk