A SIX-YEAR-OLD boy with a rare condition is leading a charity’s Christmas campaign to raise money for research into heart disease, with support from showbusiness celebrities.

Jaxon Green-Moore, of Queensbury, is one of only 200 people in the world to have LEOPARD Syndrome, a condition that affects the skin, face and heart.

Jaxon is leading Heart Research UK’s Sing for your Heart Christmas charity campaign asking people to upload a short video of themselves singing on social media, texting SING to 70144 to donate £3 and then nominating up to three others.

Celebrities supporting the campaign already include Strictly Come Dancing stars Aston Merrygold and Brian Conley, Britain’s Got Talent’s Alesha Dixon, Loose Women Linda Robson, Stacey Solomon and Nadia Sawalha, Panto favourite Christopher Biggins, ITV’s Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan and boy band Boyzone, who were nominated by Jaxon.