A "miracle baby" born prematurely at just 25 weeks has made an astonishing recovery.
Isabella Wilson-Stefanovic was born last July and transferred to Cherubs, the neonatal centre at Hillingdon Hospital.
While at Cherubs, Isabella was incubated and made good progress before the tide turned after she caught an infection, followed by a grade four brain bleed, and a build up of fluid on the brain.
Doctors were unsure she would live but now playful Isabella breathes and eats without assistance.
A shunt in her brain to drain fluid is the only difference between Isabella and any other toddler.
The baby girl from Yeading spent a total of 112 days in hospital and her family are now organising a fundraiser for the staff who helped keep their baby girl alive.
"There must be other families who have benefited from the incredible work they do at Cherubs," said Isabella's mother Leanne.
"Isabella is with us because of the care and attention of the people at Cherubs and we want to give something back to them for all they've done for us."
The Mayor of Hillingdon will also be attending and it's a chance to meet the "miracle baby" whose story touched thousands of hearts when we first reported it in March.
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