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Modeling is not all that easy for able-bodied people talk more for the disabled people.
Daisy-May Demetre, a double amputee from Birmingham, isn’t letting her disability stop her from chasing her dreams.
She was born with a condition called Fibular Hemimelia. This is a birth defect where part or all the fibular is missing.
She had a tiny fibular bone in one leg and on the other side was none.
She went into child modeling world and has signed up to major label Zeebedee Management, an agency for diverse models at 7.
Her parents Alex and Claire decided the best option was for her to have below the knee amputations on both legs
After her operation, she was fitted with prosthetic legs. She soon learned to not only walk but run, jump and does all the things kids of her age do.
She has since walked in LKFW- London Kids’ Fashion Week, a fashion extravaganza for toddlers, kids, and teens.