And so, the world bids farewell to baby Charlie.

After a long battle with rare genetic condition and in the court, the infant left the world one week to his first birthday.

“Our beautiful little boy has gone. We are so proud of you, Charlie,” his mother Connie Yates said in a statement on Friday.

The baby’s plight drew the attention of the world including the sympathy of Catholic pontiff, Pope Francis and US President, Donald Trump.

His condition and court trial has sparked a debate about medical ethics.

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Gard was born on August 4, 2016 with a rare form of mitochondrial disease that causes progressive muscle weakness, including in key organs such as the heart.

He was admitted to hospital at eight weeks old and his condition progressively deteriorated.

Gard’s parents fought a five-month legal battle for him to be taken to the United States for experimental treatment.

They lost a series of appeals in British courts and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

Their campaign led to offers of help from the United States and the Vatican, leading the hospital to ask the courts for a final assessment of any new evidence.

In the end, the parents realized their legal battle was of no good to the beloved child and decided to let him go.

Sleep well baby Charlie!