MEET the daredevil toddler who completed her first indoor skydive – aged just THREE.

Brave Violet Pedder took to the ‘skies’ in a wind tunnel in Manchester earlier this month.

Amazing video footage shows an instructor guiding the Runcorn youngster up into the machine while she is cheered on by her family.

Mum Tor Connolley, 35, said adventure-loving Violet was thrilled by the experience but became ‘very dizzy’.

And after getting off, she was so disorientated she walked straight past her dad.

Tor said: “My dad, her Grandad, went with them. I would have too but I have done a real skydive, so it was not as exciting.

“She went in twice for one minute each time. The first time she went in, she did not go in the air as such, she just hovered around.

Runcorn and Widnes World: Daredevil toddler Violet Pedder has completed her first indoor skydiveDaredevil toddler Violet Pedder has completed her first indoor skydive

“The second time they asked if she wanted to go up in the air, and she was very excited to do it.

“She must have got very dizzy though as when she got off, and her dad was there waiting for her, she just walked straight past him and off to the end of the hall.

“It was quite a spin really, I was not expecting her to spin the way she did and I did feel a bit bad at first, but she enjoyed it.”

The activity was organised ahead of Violet's fourth birthday, and Tor, a veterinary cardiologist’s assistant, said that her whole family had the adrenaline junkie gene.

She continued: “The whole experience was for her birthday, and we knew from a young age that she was a bit of an adrenaline junkie like me.

“She loves adventure and anything that is a bit dangerous.

“Obviously because of her age she has not been able to do all the big scary rides at theme parks, but if we can get away with getting on them with her if she is tall enough, she loves the biggest rides.

Runcorn and Widnes World: Daredevil toddler Violet Pedder has completed her first indoor skydiveDaredevil toddler Violet Pedder has completed her first indoor skydive

“A lot of the time she will go with her cousins, and she will be the one to test out a ride first to check if it is safe.”

Tor said that the rules at Manchester surprised her, and that anyone aged three and over can do the wind tunnel experience.

Though, after posting the video on Facebook, she discovered that age range can vary – with one commenter saying it is 14 in London.

The family plans to go to Disney world next year as part of a return trip to Florida after Violet was unable to go on many of the rides.

Until then, Violet wants to go to Go Ape.

Tor added: “Anything she sees that looks a bit dangerous and exciting she wants to do, literally anything she sees she asks to do.”