By Danny Baggott

MEET the nine-year-old superstar who became the first ever child double-amputee to walk New York AND Paris fashion week

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Shot By: Alex Demetre

Producer: Martha Hewett, Ruby Coote

Editor: Ethan Edwards

Daisy-May was born with Fibula Hemimelia - a rare defect that left her without fibula bones and ‘deformed’ feet. Daisy’s legs were amputated when she was just 18 months old and she has since used two sets of prosthetics to get around. The mini fashionista has always dreamt of becoming a supermodel and has already strutted her stuff for the likes of Primark, Nike and River Island, alongside winning the courage award at the Pride of Birmingham – the city where she and dad, Alex, reside. The sky seems to be the limit for Daisy and she can’t wait to see what the future holds. Dad, Alex, told Truly: “I don’t class Daisy as having a disability. I class her as having an amazing ability. I haven’t got enough words in the dictionary to describe her. I could go on all day."