Returning in a wheelchair after working hard for the army, a woman thought she would never walk again. But true love always comes with a miracle.
Emma Kitson, 35, from West Yorkshire, England was suddenly able to walk after being in a wheelchair for seven years. And even more special is that Emma Kitson has walked right at the ceremony hall in the amazement and happiness of the groom Christopher Kitson, 38 years old.
In order to do this, Emma Kitson made a great effort to practice. Although the length of the altar was only about 6 meters, the new bride had to trade with countless pain.
Emma Kitson’s condition stems from her military days
“I am in constant pain and there is so much pain I feel like would die, so much that I will get angry if you touch me,” Emma Kitson confessed. “But I’m really happy to be able to end my single life and start my married life by walking.”
The joy was doubled when Emma Kitson literally walked down the aisle
Emma Kitson joined the Royal Artillery Corps at the age of 18. By 2003, Emma Kitson was dispatched to Iraq and this was also the time when the tragedy struck.
Kitson’s mission is to carry about 100 pounds of AS90 tank ammunition on her back and over time, this heavy load has adversely affected her spine. By the age of 21, Kitson was forced to leave the army.
By then, Emma Kitson had lost her ability to walk and had to use a wheelchair. The idea this girl will have to stick with a wheelchair for a lifetime but then love and a fairy wedding has changed everything.
“On the wedding day, I want to avoid having to sit in a wheelchair as much as possible. I want to show off my wedding dress as much as possible, ”Emma Kitson shared happily.