A four-year-old girl from Bath has started primary school, despite doctors warnings that she would have no quality of life after losing her limbs.
Harmonie-Rose Allen contracted Meningitis B at just 10 months old.
Doctors advised her parents to turn off the life support machine, but she is now starting primary school and has a new pair of prosthetic legs.
Mum, Freya, told ITV News: "It's hard to look back now because she's doing so well. When we look back, she was in such a desperate place. We didn't know if she'd make it past the next hour, let alone four, nearly five and now going to school."
Harmonie will have one-on-one support at school to help her fit in as easily as possible.