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Adele, a trip to Disneyland and a story of defying gender stereotypes

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A trip to Disneyland is every child's dream. As well as rollercoaster rides and cotton candy, there is a chance to meet real-life Disney characters in the flesh: and from Cinderella to Aladdin, dressing up as their favourite character is all part of the fun.

On a recent trip to the theme park, Adele let her son, Angelo, dress up as whichever character he wanted. And, brilliantly, the three-year-old opted to defy gender norms and dress like Anna from Frozen - complete with a full-skirted green and yellow dress with puffy sleeves, paired with embellished black pumps and little white socks.

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Anna and Elsa from Frozen

His outfit echoes the story of another little boy who wanted to dress as a character from Frozen.

Last Halloween, a proud Father from America took to Facebook to defend his son's decision to dress up as Frozen's Elsa, writing, "Keep your masculine bullshit and slutty kids costumes, Halloween is about children pretending to be their favorite characters. He made the choice, [so] we stood by it."

One of the most popular Disney films of all time, Frozen follows two sisters, Anna and Elsa, as they tackle adversity to rescue their kingdom.

We couldn't think of cooler Disney characters to dress up as.

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