A 12-year-old has celebrated the end of his cancer treatment by dressing as Freddie Mercury in a touching video.

Ewan Lugg has been treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia in the Children’s Cancer Clinic at Worcestershire Royal Hospital for the last three and a half years.

He has now completed his treatment and staff wanted to give him a big celebration for being an inspiration to the team.

All the staff on shift dressed up with wigs and outfits and asked a colleague who performs on stage as Freddie Mercury as part of a Queen tribute act to sing with Ewan.

In the video, Ewan rings the end-of-treatment bell as staff sing 'YOU are the Champion' to Ewan to the tune of the classic Queen song 'We are the Champions'. 

During the performance, Ewan can be seen donning an iconic Freddie Mercury outfit and striking some of Freddie's memorable poses.

The staff also did some of Freddie's famous vocal warm-ups from Live Aid with Ewan as well.

After being diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia at the age of 8, Ewan has been through an intense chemotherapy plan.

Dawn Forbes, children's oncology nurse specialist, said: "Ewan’s been such an entertainer from the start.

"He's brought us so much joy over the last few years, it’s nice to repay some of it and make this memorable for him.

"If we can make it just a little bit more special for him, we’re happy to do it."

According to the NHS, Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) is a rare type of cancer that affects the blood and bone marrow.