An anti-smoking guru who has helped millions of smokers kick the habit has died from lung cancer.
Allen Carr, 72, quit his 100-a-day habit 23 years ago, before going on to become a millionaire by advising people on how to stop smoking.
His books, about the Easyway method, have become international bestsellers and he ran clinics all over the world.
When he was diagnosed with the disease, Mr Carr said he saw his illness as a way to encourage more people to quit.
Talking at the time of his diagnosis, Mr Carr said: "Since I stopped smoking more than 23 years ago I have been the happiest man in the world. I still feel the same way."
Mr Carr, who died at his home near Malaga in Spain, was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer in the summer.
Friends said it was possible that the years he spent curing smokers in smoke-filled sessions at his clinics might have contributed to the illness, although it might also be linked to his previous heavy smoking.