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A Nine-year-old Girl with Cerebral Palsy has Taken Part in Tesco’s Latest Ad Campaign

A Nine-year-old Girl with Cerebral Palsy has Taken Part in Tesco’s Latest Ad Campaign

By Evoke

A little girl who cannot walk or talk has seen her modeling career go from strength to strength after she was selected to star in a fashion shoot for a major supermarket. Holly Greenhow, aged nine, from Hemingford Grey in Cambridgeshire, has Athetoid Cerebral Palsy, which severely affects her movement, balance and speech, but amazingly she has now taken part in two modeling campaigns.

The pretty school girl, whose condition was caused by a prolonged loss of oxygen at birth, was picked to star in the latest modeling shoot for F&F children’s clothes at Tesco.

Holly, who uses a wheelchair and communicates using a special computer system operated by her eyes, shone at the shoot and now features on the fashion pages of the Tesco website. She has previously done a photo shoot for fashion retailer Boden and her mother Fiona hopes her growing success will help to change attitudes to disability.

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