Woman Overcomes Condition

A woman who was left paralysed by a rare nerve condition has stunned doctors – and made an incredible recovery to walk down the aisle. Victoria Royle, was frozen into her own body – unable to move, swallow, or even breathe without help – after she was struck down with killer Guillain-Barre syndrome. Although she pulled through the worst of the illness, doctors warned her she may never fully recover – and would probably never walk again.

A woman who was left paralysed by a rare nerve condition has stunned doctors - and made an incredible recovery to walk down the aisle. Victoria Royle, was frozen into her own body - unable to move, swallow, or even breathe without help - after she was struck down with killer Guillain-Barre syndrome. Although she pulled through the worst of the illness, doctors warned her she may never fully recover - and would probably never walk again.

A woman who was left paralysed by a rare nerve condition has stunned doctors - and made an incredible recovery to walk down the aisle. Victoria Royle, was frozen into her own body - unable to move, swallow, or even breathe without help - after she was struck down with killer Guillain-Barre syndrome. Although she pulled through the worst of the illness, doctors warned her she may never fully recover - and would probably never walk again.

A woman who was left paralysed by a rare nerve condition has stunned doctors - and made an incredible recovery to walk down the aisle. Victoria Royle, was frozen into her own body - unable to move, swallow, or even breathe without help - after she was struck down with killer Guillain-Barre syndrome. Although she pulled through the worst of the illness, doctors warned her she may never fully recover - and would probably never walk again.

A woman who was left paralysed by a rare nerve condition has stunned doctors - and made an incredible recovery to walk down the aisle. Victoria Royle, was frozen into her own body - unable to move, swallow, or even breathe without help - after she was struck down with killer Guillain-Barre syndrome. Although she pulled through the worst of the illness, doctors warned her she may never fully recover - and would probably never walk again.