By Rafaela Kuznec @RafaelaKuznec

A TEEN quadruple amputee, who became a national trampoline champion in 2016, has now given it up to become a beauty vlogger

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Shot by: Isabelle Weall, Joshua Weall

Producer: Rafaela Kuznec, James Thorne

Editor: Beth Angus

Isabelle Weall, from Derby, UK, now 16, was seven years old when she suffered organ failure and a heart attack after contracting Meningitis, which resulted in her losing the lower part of her arms and her legs to stop the infection spreading. Isabelle was given less than a one percent chance of survival but made her life worth living. She now has over half a million subscribers combined on Instagram and YouTube and her resilience is an inspiration to so many across the globe. The rising YouTube sensation was featured by Truly in 2018, where she showed her incredible trampoline skills. She is now wowing people with how she applies flawless makeup using her stumps and makes a whole bunch of different online content about makeup, fashion and how she navigates her life in her teens as a quadruple amputee. Isabelle told Truly: “It’s okay to look different. I always felt like I had to fit in and be like everyone else but you don't have to. My disability made me who I am, it has definitely given me the confidence that I have today even if it did make me feel insecure at times.” Isabelle raises awareness for people living with disabilities and helps to inspire others to live life to the fullest.