Vicky Balch – who had amputated her leg after the horrific Alton Towers Smiler accident – revealed that she now had to postpone her dream wedding.
Vicky, 24, from Preston, Lancashire, was due to marry fighter Dino Manciocchi, 25, in Italy in September.
However, today she took to Instagram to reveal that the nuptials were being released, which & # 39; she & # 39; absolutely ditched & # 39; used to be.
They are the last couple to cancel or move their big day in the light of & # 39; the coronavirus pandemic.
Beautician Vicky was one of 16 injured when the Smiler roller coaster in June 2015 hit a low carriage on its tracks.
Alton Towers, in Staffordshire, which is owned by Merlin Entertainments, was fined £ 5 million for the incident.
Vicky Balch, 24, from Preston, Lancashire, was due to marry Dian Manciocchi, 25, in Italy in September
With Instagram, she assumed she was & # 39; absolutely smart & # 39; was to reveal that she had to postpone her wedding
Vicky revealed in November that she had received a multi-million pound payout after she had lost her right leg in a crash.
She used the money to fund her dream wedding.
The bride said getting a payout was a relief, but made her serious about what had happened.
& # 39; I had to face that this was something I had to live with for the rest of my life. What normal 24-year-old should think about one of these? & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; I don't think I'll ever get real closure. I have to move my whole life to the same physio, the same appointments my whole life. But at least I can live my life.
Vicky also told how she was excited to get engaged, has already received her wedding location and is planning a fairytale nuptials with close friends and family.
& # 39; I couldn't believe he asked. I cried for five minutes. I didn't click what it was until I saw the ring, & # 39; she said.
The compensation money is primarily earmarked for physio, treatments and prosthetic limbs for the rest of their lives.
Vicky revealed in November that she had received a multi-million pound payout after she lost her right leg in a crash
The bride-to-be, from Preston, Lancashire, was filmed last June for a wedding in Manchester with mother Karen, future sister-in-law Christina-Rose and future family member Karen
The accident in 2015, when the ride hit a stationary car at Staffordshire theme park, injured 16 people
After Dino, which manages pizza oven company Valorioni, proposed in December 2018, the bride was seen shopping for a wedding last June.
In November, Vicky was pictured with her new £ 60,000 prosthetic leg, which she said will allow her to wear her heels and re-paint her toenails, then introduce Fairytale Brides in Whitefield, Manchester.
She was joined by her mother Karen, and future sister-in-law Christina-Rose and future family member Karen.
The beauty engaged during a romantic retreat at the Mottram Hall Hotel in Cheshire.
Leah Washington, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, also had her leg amputated as a result of the accident.
A Merlin Entertainments spokeswoman said in November: & # 39; We are delighted to have reached a settlement with Vicky & we wish her the very best for her wedding.
& # 39; From the beginning, we have participated at all times to resolve all claims as soon as possible.
& # 39; Due to the complex nature of & # 39; however, Vicky's case did not reach a settlement until now. In the meantime, interim payments and other support have been provided to help Vicky's rehabilitation. & # 39;