Back in February we met four-year-old Prince Charming Louie Elbourne, along with his twin sister Ava and their mum and dad Emma and Phil. The family had been through a devastating ordeal. Both children have cerebral palsy but because Louie's condition was worse than Ava's, he was denied the same life-changing operation on the NHS that Ava had been granted, giving her the ability to walk and leaving poor Louie to look on helplessly and ask why he can't do the same.
However, Louie was thrown a lifeline, as on the day they joined us, we heard the fantastic news that the family had raised the £70,000 needed to pay for the operation to be done privately in America. Today, after undergoing the pioneering surgery in the US, Louie is back in the UK on his new 'magic legs' and the whole family join us on the sofa.