The BBC reports:
A bride with a rare disorder affecting her mobility surprised her husband-to-be by walking down the aisle on their wedding day in East Yorkshire.
Carrie Redhead, 27, was born with the digestive condition intestinal lymphangiectasia, or Waldmann's disease, which causes the loss of special proteins from sufferers' intestines.
Two years ago her condition deteriorated, leaving her having to use a wheelchair.
But at their wedding ceremony in Faxfleet in October, her fiance, Joel Redhead, had no idea she was determined to walk down the aisle.
With a video of Mrs Redhead's walk having now been viewed online millions of times, she says she wants to inspire and empower people facing similar situations.
The BBC's own video is at the link, but I can't embed it here. Here's another news report that I found on YouTube, including an interview with the newlyweds.
Amazing courage and determination from the bride. You can see for yourself in the wedding sequence how her husband had to wipe tears from his eyes as she hobbled towards him on her father's arm.
God bless them both. May their example help many other people who are facing similar challenges.