Paralympian Nathan Stephens has spoken of his joy at dancing for the first time in his life with his bride Charlene on their wedding day.
The paralympic javelin and discus thrower had not used his prosthetic legs for years because he finds them too painful - but he was determined to start his married life with a whirl around the dancefloor.
The couple spent spent eight months practising the three-minute route, which reduced their family and friends to tears, as Rupert Evelyn reports.
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