An army veteran from Essex has been able to stand for the national anthem for the first time in nine years thanks to a special robotic suit.
Chris Baker from Coggeshall was left paralysed from the waist down after the vehicle he was in was hit by an IED in Iraq.
Earlier this month he stood for the first time at the Cenotaph in London.
The exoskeleton robotic suit allows Chris, who is paralysed from the waist down, to walk again.
Chris was injured by an improvised explosive device when he was serving with the Royal Engineers in Iraq 12 years ago. It wasn't until four years later he realised he'd fractured his spine.
Chris first used the robotic suit in November 2016 and since then has found a sponsor which means he can have his own device at home.
Chris still uses his wheelchair, but told ITV News Anglia that the robotic legs have given him back his independence.