Dreams really do come true at Disneyland!
Cinderella star Lily James surprised a group of pint-sized princesses Wednesday at an exclusive screening of her new movie. The young girls, all dressed up in Cinderella's trademark blue dress, posed for pictures with the British beauty, which were later posted to Disney Studios' Instagram page and the film's official Twitter feed.
That wasn't all, though! The mini-Cinderellas were also visited by Prince Charming himself, Richard Madden! As you can see from these adorable snaps, the whole evening looked pretty magical!
Now, because we live in a world with wicked stepsisters and evil stepmothers too, some people have tried to turn a family-friendly Disney film into something controversial. Cinderella's star does have an enviable figure, but the actress is irked by claims that her silhouette was digitally altered to fit an unrealistic aesthetic.
"I naturally have a really small waist," James, 25, told the L.A. Times. "The skirt's big and the corset pulls me in, and that's the point. That's the shape [costume designer] Sandy Powell created."
"I'm so healthy," she went on. "I've got hips and boobs and a bum and a small waist."
Promoting a healthy body image is actually something James is committed to doing. "For girls growing up sometimes I think they get the wrong idea for what women should look like," she told E! News. "And I think it's so important to be healthy and confident and natural. And not put too much stress on trying to be thin—I don't get the thin, thin thing at all."
In fact, mid-interview, James admitted, "I'm actually finding it really hard not to eat right now."
So bippity, boppity, boo on any trash talkers!
Cinderella hits theaters March 13.