Hundreds of people turned up to break a world record in memory of four-year-old Henry Allen on Saturday.
The number of people wearing onesies record stood at 700 and although it has not been confirmed yet it is thought the record was broken by around 50 people.
Doors at stadium:mk opened at 7am and from then people flooded in to show their support. The record will now be officially confirmed by representatives from the Guinness Book of Records.
The day before hundreds lined the streets to help say goodbye to the brave youngster who passed away on October 20 after suffering with Neuroblastoma. A private service was held at Crownhill Crematorium before hundreds of people turned up to celebrate his life at stadium:mk.
>Pictures by Tom Blackman