A WORK of art inspired and co-created by Wofscastle's brave Belle Curran has been given to Idris Elba and his new bride Sabrina Dhowre as a wedding present from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Belle, died last month while waiting for a double lung transplant. The ten-year-old was diagnosed with interstitial lung disease (ILD) at the age of two. This rare condition makes a sufferer's lungs stiff, hard and scarred making breathing a huge effort.

Belle relied on a wheelchair to get about and was on permanent oxygen and a combination of medications. Despite this, Belle lived life to the full, meeting her heroes will.i.am, BBC Masterchef presenters Gregg Wallace and John Torode and visiting the studio of the iconic Connor Brothers in London last June.

One of the brothers is related to a parent at Spittal School, which Belle attended. When she heard about Belle's love of art, she arranged the Connor Brothers collaboration.

Together they produced a limited-edition print and 12 of these were sold to raise funds for the Belle's Story charities; Withybush's Puffin Ward, Noah's Ark, Ty Hafan, Make a Wish and GOSH (Heart & Lungs).

The Connor Brothers released the print after Belle's visit and it quickly sold out, raising £10,000.

"Following our visit from amazing nine-year-old artist Belle Curran last week we have just released this image as a print," they posted on Instagram last summer.

"Belle suffers from interstitial lung disease. and needs a lung transplant. She is raising awareness about organ donation, and funds for the various charities that have helped her."

The print features a glamorous blonde woman on a 1950s style book cover, with a quote from children's author Dr Seuss, chosen by Belle; "Why fit in when you were born to stand out".

It is a reprint of the original piece that Belle worked on and inspired, that is reported to have been bought by Megan and Harry for £7,000, to give to Idris Elba and his new bride Sabrina Dhowre.

"The one person Belle wanted to meet was the Queen," said close family friend and Belle's Story fundraiser Sophie Palmer. "So it's quite nice that we've got this royal connection."