A resident of the British city of Derby, Chris Palmer found himself chained to a wheelchair after cancer treatment in 2012. However, he always wanted to marry his daughter, as is customary. When the time came to lead the bride to the altar, the 55-year-old Briton, paralyzed from the waist and below, found a solution that helped realize his dream. Chris’s family managed to negotiate with Rex Bionics to rent an exoskeleton worth £ 90,000 on their wedding day. Having learned the minimum management of an expensive device, a caring father managed to take his daughter to the altar and transfer her into the hands of her future husband. The Rex robotic suit is designed for people from 1.42 m to 1.93 m in height, with a weight of less than 100 kg and a hip width of 380 mm or less. The exoskeleton is attached to the human body using special straps and a bandage. The movement is generated by 10 high-speed motors with high torque. The suit is controlled using the joystick, control buttons or through the LCD-display. Removable batteries provide up to one hour of activity. Battery recharge takes 90 minutes.