4-Year-Old Girl With Cerebral Palsy Walks For The First Time On Her Own, As She Starts School

We all love miracles, and it was nothing short of a miracle for the parents of 4-year-old Millie Bea Hughes, who took her first steps on her own.

The video shows the heart-warming moments when this little girl with cerebral palsy, walked her first steps on her own, on the first day of primary school, of course her devoted twin brother was her biggest cheerleader.

Millie Bea Hughes, 4, told mum Natalie Hughes that she wanted to walk on her own into school on her first day. You can see the clip which shows Millie, all dressed up in her new school uniform and smiling from ear to ear.

She takes her first slightly wobbly steps, with mum-of-two Natalie, 36, who is walking behind her, while younger twin brother Evan walks in front of her encouraging her and offering to get her a toy or stick for help.

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