Disney’s True Prince Is a Little Boy Tipping His Hat

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Credit: @Vanessaguedert on TikTok

Who is Disney’s true prince? Well, the official Disney Tiktok account seems to think they have found him in a little boy who watched a cavalcade at Walt Disney World Resort. Posted by his mother, a video showing the boy tipping his hat and waving to Disney’s Princesses might be the sweetest thing you’ll see all week.

A Little Boy Tips His Hat to Disney Princesses at Magic Kingdom

Set to a lullaby version of Christina Perri’s tune, “A Thousand Years,” the video of a little boy waving and tipping his hat to Disney Princesses has already garnered more than 5 million likes on TikTok, where Disney fan and Walt Disney World Guest Vanessa Guedert posted it on September 12, 2021.

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Credit: @Vanessaguedert on TikTok

Showing her son in Frontierland at Magic Kingdom, the family was watching a theme park cavalcade roll by in the September afternoon when the little boy started greeting each Disney Princess with his own style. Bernardo, who is about 4 years old, starts out by waving to the Princesses as they pass by, but adds a “hats off” to each one. The Princesses are shocked by his gentlemanly gesture, causing even Snow White’s jaw to drop and stops her in her tracks!

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Credit: @Vanessaguedert on TikTok

Here is Guedert’s full, original video. Note that the Disney Parks TikTok channel comments, “Oh my goodness! A true Prince! That is adorable!” near the top of the comment feed. They really have given this child the honor of being a real Disney Prince, as the boy tips his hat to Disney Princesses!

@vanessaguedert

Disney’s true prince! 🥰💙👑 #disney #disneyprincess #disneytiktok #disneyworld #princess #disneyprince #prince #foryou

♬ a thousand years (lullaby) – Christina Perri

Commenters in the feed agree that this video alone is a tearjerker, but with the added music, it will cause any fan to well up! Hopefully, we see Disney’s true prince at other cavalcades and parades, showing us how it’s done!

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