Make-A-Wish makes little girl's dream to meet Belle come true
Daisy traveled from Texas to meet her favorite princess
ORLANDO, Fla. – For 7-year-old Daisy, a day where she could leave the hospital and just be a kid was magical enough. But the fact she could do so in the most magical place on earth, while meeting her favorite Disney princess, was a dream come true.
Daisy flew from Houston to see her favorite Disney princess as part of the Make-A-Wish foundation. She debated asking for a chance to meeting One Direction's Louis Tomlinson, but decided she wanted to have an experience she could share with her brother and sister, according to E! News.
Daisy was born with Achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism, and has endured several surgeries since birth on everything from her neck, legs, back and head.
The Make-A-Wish foundation made Daisy's dreams of going to Disney World a reality, and she wore her yellow "Beauty and the Beast" dress in hopes of meeting her favorite princess, Belle.
Daisy's aunt Patricia, who posted the now-viral photos to her Twitter page, said when Daisy met Belle she was overjoyed. When Daisy's mother told Belle she came to Disney to meet her, Belle took her on her private tour of Epcot's France exhibit.
Patricia said Daisy sobbed from happiness after meeting Belle, causing everyone around her to sob too. For her family, they were happy that for one day, Daisy didn't have to work about doctor's appointments and just got to be a kid.
Her family credits Walt Disney World and the Make-A-Wish foundation for gifting Daisy the most magical day of her life.
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