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At just 9 years old , Daisy Demetre has already accomplished a lot: walking in London Kids Fashion Week , doing commercials in Spain, a TedX Talk in Austria, and now she’s making history at New York Fashion Week . The young girl, who was born with a birth defect, is the first double - amputee child to
A nine-year-old girl is believed to be the first child double amputee to walk the runway at New York Fashion Week.
Daisy-May Demetre modelled for luxury childrenswear label Lulu et Gigi after designer Eni Hegedus-Buiron spotted her at London Kids Fashion Week.
The Birmingham-born model was born with fibular hemimelia, a birth defect which means all or part of the fibula bone in the leg is missing.
She had both her legs amputated below the knee at 18 months old to give her the best chance of being able to walk and run.
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A 9 - year - old with dreams of becoming a supermodel is already making historic strides on some of the world’s most renowned runways. Daisy-May Demetre is the first double amputee to walk in a show at New York Fashion Week . Jericka Duncan reports. Watch "CBS This Morning" HERE: http
Daisy-May Demetre made history at New York Fashion Week Sunday, becoming the first child douple- amputee to walk the runway. He said his daughter's blossoming modeling career came seemingly by chance. "It just so happened on the TV pops up a disabled modeling agency," he told
Daisy now wears prosthetic legs and was even seen cartwheeling at London Kids Fashion Week.
Her father, Alex Demetre, told CBS News: "Daisy's a special, unique child doing stuff all the doctors told me would never really be possible."
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One incredibly inspirational nine - year - old is making headlines after becoming the first double amputee to walk in New York Fashion Week . NEW YORK , NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 08: Daisy-May Demetre walks the runway during LULU ET GIGI At New York Fashion Week Powered by Art Hearts
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just nine years old Daisy-May Demetre is set to make history as the first-ever double amputee child to model at New York and Paris Fashion Weeks . The inspiring youngster, whose stellar modelling career was kick-started by This Morning, has been chosen to appear for couture brand Lulu et Gigi
Daisy-May Demetre became the first double amputee child to walk at New York Fashion Week . The child model , from Birmingham, walked down the catwalk for brand Lulu et GigiCredit: Getty Daisy-May, nine , is set to model at the top of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Fashion WeekCredit: Getty
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A 9 - year - old double amputee from Birmingham, United Kingdom, made a historic runway appearance at New York Fashion Week on Sunday.Daisy-May Demetre was born with fibular She chose to appear for Lulu et Gigi Couture, having previously represented them at London Kids' Fashion Week .
A nine - year - old model who had both legs amputated as a baby has walked the runway at New York Fashion Week . Her father Alex said she was "amazing" and "felt really proud of herself" as she modelled for brand Lulu et Gigi. She is set to model at the top of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Fashion
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Describing how Daisy started modelling, he said: "It just so happened on the TV pops up a disabled modelling agency so I put the idea to her."
Daisy began her modelling career at eight years old, appearing for River Island.
Her older sister Ella, 11, joined her on the runway at New York Fashion Week.
Ms Hegedus-Buiron, who appointed Daisy as a brand ambassador for her Lulu et Gigi line, said she wanted people to see that "beauty is not one-sided".
"(Daisy) is not different to anyone else," she added.
Later this month, Daisy will model at the top of the Eiffel Tower for Paris Fashion Week.
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