The French youngster was six years old when autistic teenager Jonty Bravery threw him off a viewing platform at the London venue in August 2019
The boy who was thrown from the 10th floor of the Tate Modern has celebrated his first birthday party with friends since the attack.
The French youngster was six years old when autistic teenager Jonty Bravery threw him off a viewing platform at the London venue in August 2019.
He suffered multiple injuries, including a brain hemorrhage and broken spines.
But his family have given an update as the GoFundMe page set up to help pay for his treatment rehabilitation nears the £300,000 mark.
They said about his birthday: “Our son could invite classmates and even one of his buddies from our old town could come.
“They had a great afternoon together despite their different mobility.
“It was exhausting for us, but it was a step closer to a classic life, and it was worth it.”
As for his recovery, the family said he is now able to move his left ankle again.
They added: “Our little knight is standing more and more upright and he has made enough progress in his right ankle that his doctor decides to remove the splint from his right foot.
“Our son therefore only has two splints, on the left foot and on the left hand. Gradually, his armor will disappear.”
Bravery was sentenced to 15 years in prison for attempted murder in 2020.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/tate-modern-balcony-victim-holds-27096936 Tate Modern balcony victim throws first birthday party since fall