A HEREFORDSHIRE woman with cerebal palsy has gone viral as she inspires others.

Alaina Banfield-Coffee, aged 29, of Ross-on-Wye, has the life-long condition following a difficult birth.

The condition affects her movement and co-ordination.

After she shared a video of herself walking down the aisle this summer, Alaina has gone viral on Tik Tok, reaching 2.3 million views.

Now with 22.8k followers, Mrs Banfield-Coffee shares videos of the work she achieves everyday, reaching and inspiring thousands of people.

Alaina worked with Megan Baker House for three years before she completed her dream of walking down the aisle to marry her husband Phillip Banfield-Coffee.

Her second video of her walking down the aisle reached 2.1 million views.

Megan Baker House, based in Orchard Lane, Ledbury, runs sessional services for adults and children with neurological motor disorders using the method of conductive education (CE).

Alaina is a participant at their Ledbury centre and their Conductive Education specialists have been working to help her achieve her goals.