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A teenager from South Wales dubbed Britain's fattest teenager is in a "stable condition" in hospital.
Georgia Davies is said to be recovering well in hospital.
The 19-year-old who weighs 63 stone had to be cut from her home in Aberdare last week when she became trapped.
Doctors and obesity experts have put her on a 2,000 calorie a day diet in desperate bid to try and help her shed the pounds.
Mum Lesley, 57, and stepdad Arthur Treloar, 73, have been feeding her fresh fruit at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales.
And she been inundated with messages of support from well wishers around the world who are urging her to beat over food demons.
A spokesperson for the hospital said: "Georgia is still undergoing investigations and receiving treatment from a range of health professionals.
"We are pleased to advise that her clinical condition is stable."
Mrs Angela Hopkins, Director of Nursing said: "Our priority at the moment is ensuring that Georgia's care needs are met and that her right to confidentiality and dignity are protected.
"Cases like this are very complex and we believe that Georgia should now be given time and space to recover from her current ill health.
"Health and social care professionals are continuing to work closely with Georgia and her family."
Georgia is suffering from complications including diabetes, kidney failure, and problems with her spine, joints and skin.