‘China doll’ bride defies medics to WALK down the aisle – Daily Mail

‘China doll’ bride defies medics to WALK down the aisle – Daily Mail

Rebecca Dinsdale, 31, from Somerset, was born with brittle bone disease and doctors warned she would never sit up or walk unaided, and would be lucky to live beyond the age of two. She was born with every bone in her body broken, and over the years has suffered hundreds of fractures – some being triggered by an act as simple as a sneeze. The condition prompted Mrs Dinsdale’s parents Patsy and Andrew Dixon to nickname their daughter, their ‘china doll’. And it was with a huge burst of pride that Mr Dixon walked his daughter down the aisle on her big day. It was the furthest the 3ft 7in bride had ever walked without her zimmer-frame supporting her. Her husband, Norman, 35, was taken aback, having expected to greet his bride in her wheelchair.

Original Article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3060587/China-doll-bride-broken-bone-body-triggered-SNEEZE-defies-odds-walk-aisle.html
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