Boy Who Can’t Stop Smiling

A toddler suffers from a rare neurological condition which means he can’t stop SMILING. Little Ollie Petherick, 2, from Devizes in Wiltshire, was born with Angelman’s syndrome – a chromosome disorder which causes severe learning difficulties – and a permanent smile on his face. Sufferers present a happy demeanour, so are often smiling or laughing, and tend to be easily excited. The condition is so rare that less than 1000 cases have been reported in the UK.

  A toddler suffers from a rare neurological condition which means he can't stop SMILING. Little Ollie Petherick, 2, from Devizes in Wiltshire, was born with Angelman's syndrome - a chromosome disorder which causes severe learning difficulties - and a permanent smile on his face. Sufferers present a happy demeanour, so are often smiling or laughing, and tend to be easily excited. The condition is so rare that less than 1000 cases have been reported in the UK.

  A toddler suffers from a rare neurological condition which means he can't stop SMILING. Little Ollie Petherick, 2, from Devizes in Wiltshire, was born with Angelman's syndrome - a chromosome disorder which causes severe learning difficulties - and a permanent smile on his face. Sufferers present a happy demeanour, so are often smiling or laughing, and tend to be easily excited. The condition is so rare that less than 1000 cases have been reported in the UK.

  A toddler suffers from a rare neurological condition which means he can't stop SMILING. Little Ollie Petherick, 2, from Devizes in Wiltshire, was born with Angelman's syndrome - a chromosome disorder which causes severe learning difficulties - and a permanent smile on his face. Sufferers present a happy demeanour, so are often smiling or laughing, and tend to be easily excited. The condition is so rare that less than 1000 cases have been reported in the UK.

  A toddler suffers from a rare neurological condition which means he can't stop SMILING. Little Ollie Petherick, 2, from Devizes in Wiltshire, was born with Angelman's syndrome - a chromosome disorder which causes severe learning difficulties - and a permanent smile on his face. Sufferers present a happy demeanour, so are often smiling or laughing, and tend to be easily excited. The condition is so rare that less than 1000 cases have been reported in the UK.