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Kristen Bell’s Daughter Forced Her to Wear a Disney Costume She Hated

She won't let it go.

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Kristen Bell is definitely no stranger to Frozen. The actress has voiced Princess Anna in both Frozen and the upcoming Frozen sequel. In 2013, kids fell in love with Elsa, Anna, and Olaf around the world. Parents were forced to hear their young children belt out “Let It Go” off-key and on-repeat for months on end. Like many other young kids, Bell’s daughters, Lincoln and Delta, still love the Disney film about the story about the two sisters.  

Unfortunately for The Good Place actress, one of her daughters does not appreciate Princess Anna’s outgoing personality and optimism. Her daughter apparently identifies strongly with the new Queen of Arendelle, who is played by Idina Menzel instead with her icy powers and stoicism. She insisted that her mother match her and also dress as Elsa—for the second year in a row.

“When your daughter demands you BOTH be ELSA for Halloween…you GRIN AND FORKING BEAR IT.” Bell captioned her photo in 2017.

The irony isn’t lost on Bell that her daughter has spurned her mother’s character. That must hurt a little. Bell wore the same Elsa dress she wore the year before, but it looks like she convinced her daughter to let her skip putting on Elsa’s crown.

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There might be another reason her little girl was particularly excited about Frozen this Halloween. Disney announced that they are releasing Frozen 2 a whole five days sooner on November 22, 2019. Frozen 2 to be the talk of the kids’ table at next year’s Thanksgiving dinner.

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