A YOUNG hospital patient's unusual request for a cake to celebrate the end of her treatment has received star praise.

Hunnie Morris, who is from Kidderminster, was diagnosed with leukaemia two and a half years ago and celebrated the end of her treatment in August.

The 10-year-old, who is a patient at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, was asked what kind of cake she wanted to celebrate the end of her treatment.

This is done for every patient cared for by the Children's Clinic team.

Unusually, she asked for a Bristol Stool Chart as her design.

The Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust tweeted a picture of Hunnie with the cake, and Bake-Off star Paul Hollywood gave it his seal of approval.

"That looks delicious! Star baker," wrote Mr Hollywood in response to the trust's tweet.

The full tweet from the hospital trust said: "Our children's clinic team bakes a cake for every child who completes their cancer treatment.

"When she completed her treatment, Hunnie asked for a... unique cake of the Bristol Stool Chart."