The toddler killed after an elderly driver mounted the pavement in Edinburgh has been pictured for the first time as his devastated parents share their grief.
Xander Irvine was out walking with mum Victoria along Morningside Road on Tuesday when a red Kia rammed into them outside a charity shop.
Both the boy and his mum were rushed to hospital, but Xander tragically died from his injuries.
The driver, a 91-year-old woman, was unharmed.
Victoria, 37, has been discharged from hospital and has released a statement with husband Paul paying tribute to their son.
"Xander was a very happy, bubbly, intelligent little boy who was very dearly loved by his parents Victoria and Paul," the statement said.
"Xander was a real chatterbox who just loved books, playing with all sorts of vehicles and his Lego.
"He really enjoyed life and he enriched the lives of everyone he met.
"Victoria and Paul are devastated and feel as if their hearts have been ripped out.
"Xander will be so very sorely missed by them both and all his family and friends in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
"His parents would like to thank the paramedics, police, the fire and rescue service and members of the public for their help at the scene of the accident.
"Also, thank you to all the hospital staff and the police liaison for their help and to the public for their support to both Victoria and Paul and their families.
"What will we do without you Xander?"
Inspector Roger Park of Edinburgh City Road Policing Unit said: "Our thoughts remain with the family of Xander at this incredibly difficult time.
"Enquiries into the crash are ongoing, a full forensic collision investigation was carried out at the time and officers continue to look at CCTV and dash-cam footage as well as tracing and speaking to witnesses who have come forward.
"The 37-year-old pedestrian, Xander's mother, also injured in the incident has now been discharged from hospital following treatment.
"I can also confirm that the driver of the Red Kia, a 91-year-old woman, was uninjured.
"I wish to express my sincere thanks to the members of the public who intervened and assisted in the immediate aftermath of this tragic incident and to the police and other emergency services who were on the scene."