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  • Kasey Warren

    “This would be a man that loves going to work and does not dread it the night before. Upon entering the Magic Kingdom, one of the security guards said to the girl “Excuse me Princess, can I have your autograph.” I could see that the book was filled with children’s scribbles as the guard asked the same question of many little Princesses. The little girl could not get over the fact that the guard thought she was a real princess.” Faith in humanity restored.

  • Elisabeth Dambman

    "Upon entering the Magic Kingdom, one of the security guards said to the girl “Excuse me Princess, can I have your autograph.” I could see that the book was filled with children’s scribbles as the guard asked the same question of many little Princesses. The little girl could not get over the fact that the guard thought she was a real princess.” ~Love this, reminds me of what I saw when I worked there. He is going above & beyond:) #disney #princess #disneyworld #magickingdom #cinderella

  • Tara Williams

    Disney World Security Guard Asks Little Princess For Her Autograph: "Upon entering the Magic Kingdom, one of the security guards said to Alli, 'Excuse me Princess, can I have your autograph.' I could see that the book was filled with children's scribbles as the guard asked the same question of many little Princesses. Alli could not get over the fact that the guard thought she was a real princess." God bless this man. Making little girls dreams come true. So sweet.

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“This would be a man that loves going to work and does not dread it the night before. Upon entering the Magic Kingdom, one of the security guards said to the girl “Excuse me Princess, can I have your autograph.” I could see that the book was filled with children’s scribbles as the guard asked the same question of many little Princesses. The little girl could not get over the fact that the guard thought she was a real princess.” @belindahammer

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