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Little Girl Adorably Mistakes A Bride For A Princess From Her Favorite Book

Fairy-tale minutes happen all the time in real life — and these sugared photos are proof.

Last February, Scott and Shandace Robertson tied the braid in Seattle. While the couple made wedding daylight pics in the Ballard section of the city, a little girl stopped and stared up at the rafter bride.

As the couple soon learned, the awestruck 2-year-old studied Shandace was the “princess” from her favorite record — the one's she containing in this photo by marriage photographer Stephanie Cristalli Photography 😛 TAGEND

Stephanie Cristalli Photography The toddler was amazed, according to the bride and groom.

Scott affixed the photos of his beautiful bride and the “girls ” on the photo-sharing locate Imgur, where the swoon-worthy pics received over 900 statements.

In an interview with HuffPost, Shandace recalled the sweetened little encounter on the street.

” The “girls ” didn't say anything actually, she exactly smiled the entire occasion ,” the newlywed remarked.” I could tell by her aspect that her center was overflowing .”

Princess Shandace sacrificed the “girls ” a grow from her corsage:

Stephanie Cristalli Photography The toddler received a special princess bud from the bride.

The toddler enjoy it 😛 TAGEND

Stephanie Cristalli Clearly lovin' it.

Then, the two princess terminated their imperial had met with a hug.

” Because I enjoy little kids so much better, I expected her mama if I could hold her ,” Shandace spoke.” Her look carries how we both appeared, overjoyed !”

Stephanie Cristalli The grin bride and her charming love.


In case you were wondering, the “princess” volume the toddler was predicting is the classic whodunit novel The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, Scott told HuffPost.

” I'm pretty sure she just liked the picture on the include and became attached to it! The bible is above my predicting stage, let alone a toddler's ,” he laughter.

Stephanie Cristalli The princess bride and her groom.
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