Paralympic athlete Nathan Stephens has told ITV News he would 'rather stand up on that dancefloor a million times over than stand on a podium with a medal', adding: "Now [my wife Charlene] is my gold medal. I've got her for life."
The 25-year-old, who lost both his legs at the age of nine, danced for the first time in his life with Charlene at their wedding reception on Saturday in front of emotional guests.
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