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Bride Without Legs Ditches Her Wheelchair So She Can Walk Down The Aisle

“I wanted everything to be perfect for my wedding. So I knew I had to walk down the aisle.”

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  • After three years of dating, Rosie Babor and Mario Perez finally got married this month in Cebu City, Philippines.
  • Their love story went viral as a video showed Rosie, who was born without legs, ‘walking’ down the aisle.
  • According to the bride, she decided to not use her wheelchair to make the moment ‘more more special.’

There’s just no stopping this wedding! This is the amazing and heartwarming moment when a bride decided to walk down the aisle on her wedding day despite, well, being born without legs.

Last October 5, Rosie Babor of Cebu, Philippines officially tied the knot with the love of her life Mario Perez. They have been dating for three years.

Donning a beautiful wedding dress and holding a bridal bouquet on her left hand, the bride ‘walked’ down the aisle using her right hand and hips.

According to a Daily Mail report, the bride previously had plans of using her wheelchair for her special day but eventually decided to ditch it.

Those in attendance took photos and videos as the lovely bride made her way towards her groom.

Rosie shared:

“I wanted everything to be perfect for my wedding. So I knew I had to walk down the aisle. It made the day much more special, overcoming that difficulty.”

A wedding in the middle of a pandemic.

Of course, it should be noted that Cebu City is still under quarantine due to the Covid-19 pandemic – which meant that only a small number of their friends and loved ones were permitted to attend the ceremony.

Arvin Sumagang, a friend of the couple, said:

“We are happy that the wedding was finally pushed through. They had to cancel several plans because of the pandemic. Their story is inspiring and I am happy that they found each other.”

You can watch the touching video here:

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