A six-year-old boy who raised more than £1million for charity after being inspired by Captain Tom Moore has sent the veteran a get well soon video after it emerged he has Covid-19.
The 100-year-old war hero was taken to hospital on Sunday after being treated for pneumonia for some time and testing positive for COVID-19 last week.
Ingram-Moore said her father was being treated in a ward, not in the intensive care unit.
The family said they knew the staff at Bedford Hospital would do all they could to make him comfortable and that he would "hopefully return home as soon as possible", she added.
In June when Tony was completing his challenge he received a special message of encouragement from Captain Tom's family wishing him good luck.
In addition to his fundraising walks, Moore also became a surprise top-selling singer past year, thanks to his recording of "You'll Never Walk Alone", performed with singer Michael Ball and an NHS Voices of Care choir.
"Pray for Tom", The Sun tabloid's front-page headline said, a message echoed by other papers who also carried prominent pictures and stories about him.
Sir Tom was even made an item on CBS News" weekend TV coverage of the pandemic on Sunday night, with the presenter saying: "We join the British in wishing him well'.
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Miller presented "Captain Tom" with a letter informing him of his honorary promotion at his United Kingdom home.
News of Captain Tom's hospital admission sparked an outpouring of from well-wishers, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The money raised by the Second World War veteran was given to NHS Charities, whose CEO Ellie Orton said they were "incredibly grateful" for everything he had done.
"Stay strong Sir. We are all here for you".
Labour MP Rosens Allin-Khan wrote: "Sending all our best wishes to Captain Tom Moore and fingers crossed for a speedy recovery!"