Six-year-old Adam King, who made headlines after appearing on the 'Late, Late Toy Show', has got advice from a real-life astronaut.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield had a chat with him via Zoom on Friday night.
Adam, who has brittle bones, was surprised by the spaceman - who last weekend tweeted following Adam's appearance on the show.
He suggested the two "should talk space together."
— Chris Hadfield (@Cmdr_Hadfield) November 28, 2020
On Friday's 'Late, Late Show', they did just that.
Chris asked him where he went on his space missions.
Flanked by his brothers and sisters, Adam replied: "Sometimes I go to the Moon, and sometimes I go to some other places like different planets".
Chris said when he was Adam's age, he and his siblings "did exactly the same thing".
"The cool thing Adam is, when I got older, I got a chance to actually fly in space three times".
Adam then asked Commander Hadfield if he was "afraid" on his first space mission.
He told him: "When I was six-years-old I was afraid because I didn't know everything that I needed to know yet.
"But I changed who I was, Adam - I studied and I read books, and I watched movies and I talked to people who knew what they were doing."
He also said he practiced "over and over and over again" so that he was not afraid on the day he went to space.
"I wasn't afraid, and I was ready - and I'd much rather be ready than afraid.
"And you've got your whole life to get ready", he told him.
— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) December 4, 2020