A toddler from Cumbria, whose parents were told he would be unlikely to survive past birth, has won a modelling contract.
Noah Wall was diagnosed with Spina Bifida while in the womb.
When he was born he developed Hydrocephalus, a build up of fluid in his skull that destroyed all but 2% of his brain.
But after a series of operations, Noah, who is now three years old, has continued to develop.
By the time he was two he could sing, sit up straight on his own and play computer games.
He received a child bravery award for his amazing progress.
And he keeps growing, with a recent video on his Facebook page showing him eating his own cereal for the first time.
Now the toddler, described as inspirational by Duncan Banantyne last year, is set to take on a new adventure.
He has been signed by Talent Management modelling agency, meaning he could end up appearing in adverts, TV series, or even films.
And that’s not all.
Noah will soon head to London to perform at the London Palladium.
It’s part of The Music Man Project , a service specifically for people with learning disabilities and Special Education Needs