So Daisy just met Belle..and Belle asked if we had plans after...when we said no, she said "Great! What if I take you on a tour of France?"😭 pic.twitter.com/UKmCJOx6OD
— Patricia (@lovelovelove343) April 16, 2017
When it comes to making dreams come true, princesses are just as powerful as superheroes.
Daisy learned this lesson the best possible way during her recent trip to Disney, which was pure magic for the 7-year-old with achondroplasia. Since being diagnosed with this form of dwarfism, Daisy has endured multiple surgeries on her head, legs, neck, and back.
During another round of recovery, nurses at Children's Health in Dallas nominated Daisy for Make a Wish, and the little girl asked for the chance to meet Belle. On an equally adorable note, the child also considered asking to meet Louis Tomlinson from One Direction but changed her mind for an experience that she could share with her siblings.
After arriving at Disney World, the kids spent a few days enjoying all that the most magical place in the world has to offer and on her big day, Daisy got dressed up to meet her favorite princess, Belle. After their emotional meeting, Daisy's mom mentioned to Belle that she was the entire reason Daisy asked for this trip, and Belle's reaction left everyone speechless: she asked the little girl if she and her family wanted to take a tour of France.
"Daisy was jumping up and down from excitement and was bawling her eyes out when Belle told her she would take her on the tour," Daisy's aunt Patricia told E! News. "Daisy was sobbing from happiness, and everyone around her was crying, too."
Exploring Epcot with Belle was a priceless gift for this child, who has been through so much, and for her family that's been by her side through it all. "Disney characters never break character, but Belle almost started crying when she said goodbye to Daisy [at the end of the tour] because she was so touched," she said. "For a day, Daisy wasn't having to worry about surgeries or doctor's appointments. She just got to be carefree and have fun."