Abbie Quinnen details her recovery from second and third degree burns

Abbie Quinnen reveals she is ‘not fully recoveredfrom from second and third degree burns in emotional post one year on from horror accident

Abbie Quinnen shared an emotional Instagram post on Wednesday as she reflected on her scars one year after suffering second and third degree burns in a horror accident.

The 24-year-old dancer had a tragic accident last year as a prank went wrong and she was left with burns on her face, 首, shoulder and arm.

Abbie also lost part of her right ear and a section of hair from the accident.

Fist pump: Abbie Quinnen shared an emotional Instagram post on Wednesday as she reflected on her scars one year after suffering second and third degree burns in a horror accident - pictured with Katie Piper (左), Rochelle Julianne (centre-left) and Sylvia Mac (正しい)

Fist pump: Abbie Quinnen shared an emotional Instagram post on Wednesday as she reflected on her scars one year after suffering second and third degree burns in a horror accidentpictured with Katie Piper (左), Rochelle Julianne (centre-left) and Sylvia Mac (正しい)

Abbie posted photos of her bandages during the healing process as well as snaps of her and other body positive activists.

一人の男と彼の不思議な犬, Rochelle Julianne and Sylvia Mac also showcased their scars by wearing bikinis and swimsuits.

一年前: Abbie recovering in hospital after traumatic accident

一年前: The 24-year-old dancer had a tragic accident last year as a prank went wrong and she was left with third degree burns on her face, 首, shoulder and arm

一年前: The 24-year-old dancer had a tragic accident last year as a prank went wrong and she was left with third degree burns on her face, 首, shoulder and arm

それを所有する: Abbie continues to look at all the positives in her situation: ‘But I know I haven’t finished my treatments yet, there are other options and most importantly scars don’t define you!’

それを所有する: Abbie continues to look at all the positives in her situation: ‘But I know I haven’t finished my treatments yet, there are other options and most importantly scars don’t define you!’

In her post she said: ‘I would love to say I am fully recovered but unfortunately I’m not and probably never will be as I know I’m going to have lifelong scars!!’

She expressed her disappointment with the fact the accident happened when she was only in her 20s, 彼女は言いました: '私 24 years old and I have to live like this for the rest of my life with these burn scars on my body!’

Abbie continued by looking at all the positives in her situation: ‘But I know I haven’t finished my treatments yet, there are other options and most importantly scars don’t define you!’








‘My scars are something I am proud of and should be more proud of as they show me every day how strong I am!

‘It has taken me a long time to accept that, but I think I am getting there!’

Abbie completed the London half marathon in 2021 and is continuing to raise money for burn victims and has an open Just Giving page linked on her Instagram.

Fundraise: Abbie completed the London half marathon in 2021 and is continuing to raise money for burn victims and has an open Just Giving page linked on her Instagram

Fundraise: Abbie completed the London half marathon in 2021 and is continuing to raise money for burn victims and has an open Just Giving page linked on her Instagram