A bride-to-be who has been wheelchair bound for over two years is learning to walk again in time for her wedding.
Thea Downey, 27, from London suffers from Ehlers–Danlos syndrome type 3 – a condition that affects her joints and mobility.
After being told she may never walk again, she was fitted with a custom-made leg brace November 9th.
A heart-warming video shows the moment Thea took her first steps in two and a half years.
Now she is having physiotherapy to be strong enough to walk down the aisle in June with fiancé Jakob Seger.
Thea, a former marketing consultant, said: “My life has been turned around.”
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