Modelling can be tough for the most able-bodied people.
When youre a child model, it can be especially difficult if you look different.
But Daisy-May Demetre, a double amputee from Birmingham, isnt letting her disability stop her from chasing her dreams.
At just 7-years-old, shes taking the child modelling world by storm and has signed up to major label Zeebedee Management, an agency for diverse models.
Daisy-May was born with a condition called fibular hemimelia, a birth defect where part or all of the fibular bone in the leg is missing.
In her case, she had a tiny fibular bone in one leg and on the other side, it was completely missing.
With Daisy-Mays balance and mobility affected, her parents Alex and Claire decided the best option was for her to have below the knee amputations on both legs.
After her operation, she was fitted with prosthetic legs. She soon learned to not only walk but run, jump and do all the things kids her age do.
To show all the amazing things Daisy-May is capable of, Alex set up an Instagram account.
Following all the attention she received, the family applied to Zebedee Management where she was soon accepted.
Daisy-May has since walked in LKFW- London Kids Fashion Week, a fashion extravaganza for toddlers, kids, and teens.
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest achievement, her parents wrote on her Instagram page following the fashion shoot.
When shes not posing for pictures or working on smizing, Daisy-May can be found at the park climbing monkey bars, or pulling her weight at the gym.
All at the tender age of seven. She puts the rest of us to shame.