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This is the kind of stuff that will melt the iciest of hearts.
Actress Kristen Bell, who voiced Princess Anna in Walt Disney Animation Studios' Frozen, crowned a new princess of Arendelle when she left a message in the voice of her character for Avery Huffman, a 6-year-old who was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma—an inoperable brain tumor—last month.
"Hi, Avery! This is Princess Anna of Arendelle! I just wanted to call and say hello. So, hello! I hope you're having a great day and playing a lot with Hoppy Jumpy. I love bunnies! Hold, on! What's that, Elsa? Wow, OK! I'll tell her! Um, Avery my sister Elsa says she's heard that you've been such a good girl and that you've been so brave that she has decided to crown you as an honorary princess of Arendelle! Wow! That's so exciting! I think you'll make a great princess," Bell—er, Princess Anna—said. "Well, I've got to go build a snowman with my friend Olaf now, so would you tell Addison, Alex and Kate that I said hello? OK? All right! Bye-bye!"
What Queen Elsa says goes!
Avery's face is adorable as she hears the good news!
The little princess' parents have been chronicling their daughter's journey on Twitter with the hashtag #AveryStrong. Avery's father, Brandon Huffman, posted a video of his daughter's reaction on YouTube earlier this week and was surprised when it went viral.