- A bride in the Philippines who was born without legs wanted her wedding day to be special, so she decided to walk down the aisle without her wheelchair
- In a heartwarming video, Rosie Babor could be seen making her way to the altar to be joined in holy matrimony
- Rosie said walking to the altar without her wheelchair made the day "so much more special"
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A bride born without legs, Rosie Babor, ditched her wheelchair to walk down the aisle in a heartwarming video that has gone viral on social media.
She had initially planned to use her wheelchair on her wedding day but decided to experience her special day like any other bride, Daily Mail reports.
In a video that was shared on Twitter by The Sun, Rosie could be seen making her way to the altar to be joined in holy matrimony.
Rosie, who lives in Cebu City, the Philippines, wore a specially-made wedding gown that made movement much easier.
Speaking after being married, the young lady said:
"I wanted everything to be perfect for my wedding, so I knew I had to walk down the aisle. It made the day so much more special, overcoming that small difficultly."
In other news, two lovers went ahead to tie the knot despite the man being involved in a serious accident three days prior to their wedding.
The couple in Burundi’s northern city of Kirundo took a lot of people by surprise by proceeding with their wedding plans despite the accident.
Charlotte Mukantwari wedded Gabin Ndayizigiye in the hospital where the latter was being treated following a motorcycle accident on June 30.
“‘I’ve been waiting for that date, facing that challenge was like facing the devils’ temptation, I couldn’t imagine my life after missing it."
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