LITTLE Georgie Gibbs stole the hearts of viewers across the country after appearing on a television show that followed a year of her journey.

The six-year-old’s first walk to school was screened on This Time Next Year, the ITV show hosted by Davina McCall, that followed the family over the course of a year.

The show began with Georgie, who has spastic diplegic cerebral palsy, making her pledge to make the walk without sticks and, when she returned a year later, there were cheers as she walked out on stage.

The presenter, who called the youngster “a fighter”, asked: “I have to ask Georgie did you manage to walk to school without your sticks?”And there was big applause from the audience when she replied “yes”.

Footage from the video diary was shown and captured the moment Georgie set off on her first walk to Oldbury Park Primary School alongside big sister, Ella.

Mum Claire, said: “I’m just so proud of my little girl, I knew she would do it.”

And Davina asked the city youngster: “Was that really hard?” to which she replied “yes.”

After hearing about her new love for swimming and gymnastic the presenter joked Georgie should come back every year so they could keep setting her challenges.

Georgie first made headlines after her parents Clare and Carl Gibbs launched the HelpGeorgie campaign in 2015.

The campaign succeeded in ensuring that Georgie was able to have a pioneering operation to allow her to walk unaided.

Georgie underwent a selective dorsal rhizotomy in 2016.

The show is available now on ITV catch up.

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