"Charlie's been left with his illness to deteriorate, devastatingly, to the point of no return", Chris continued.
The case gained global attention after Charlie's parents received support from Pope Francis, U.S. President Donald Trump and some members of the U.S. Congress.
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"We have chose to let our son go", his mother Connie Yates told London's High Court, where a judge had been due to hear final arguments as to why a hospital should not turn off life support.
In a surprise move, the family's lawyers and mother Connie Yates returned to the High Court on Tuesday after abandoning legal action the previous day over treatment for the 11-month old, who is now on life support.
Despite the "sombre prognosis", the hospital's mitochondrial expert contacted global counterparts "to explore the possibility of experimental treatment", Great Ormond Street said in a statement to the court on Monday.
The parents had begun a final attempt to reverse that decision, saying there was new evidence, which showed the therapy offered by Michio Hirano, a professor of neurology at New York's Columbia University Medical Centre, could work for Charlie. Doctors told the High Court it was "very unlikely" that the little boy would improve with the treatment, which has never been tried on a patient with his exact condition.
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Grant Armstrong, speaking on behalf of the parents, stunned the central London courtroom (which was packed full with spectators) when he announced that due to Charlie's "extensive muscle atrophy", they had decided that the baby had lost any chance to have any kind of "meaningful life". With Charlie's father Chris Gard at her side for emotional support, she said, "Mummy and Daddy love you so much, Charlie".
The case has attracted heated debate about medical ethics and whether doctors or parents should decide a child's fate.
A lawyer for Charlie's parents told the High Court on Monday that they had made the decision to end their legal fight after reviewing the latest medical reports and scans from Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
"If Charlie has had a relationship with the world around him since his best interests were determined, it has been one of suffering", the hospital said. The decision came after new medical tests showed Charlie, who has brain damage and can not breathe unaided, had irreversible muscular damage.
"We are now going to spend our last precious moments with our son Charlie, who unfortunately won't make his first birthday in just under two weeks", he said.
"Some cases are about legal principles ... some cases are about legal facts and expert opinions ... some cases are also about time, and sadly this case is now about time", Armstrong said.
Ms Yates wept as she said: "We are sorry we could not save you".