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Princesses, Spider-Man deliver flowers to kids at Ronald McDonald House in Calgary

Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta with flower arrangements on Monday. Global News

While Calgary shivered through another cold snap, it felt like spring in Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta on Monday as Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by with 30 flower arrangements.

Smiles appeared all around as Belle, Ariel, Tiana, Rapunzel and others spent time with kids, giving them leftover flowers from the past weekend’s Bridal Fantasy expo to add some bibbidi-bobbidi-boo to their day.

“I know the princesses and I’m a wedding planner so I thought it’d be a great idea to bring the two worlds together and make some magic happen,” said organizer Laureen Cauryn Cameron.

She put on the event with Royal Princess Parties of Calgary, YYC Petal Project and donations from two local florists.

Kids at the house like Cameron were surprised by the visit.

“I’m really excited and I think it’s awesome,” the little girl said with a fist pump. “I wish I had Belle’s library so much.”

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Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta with flower arrangements on Monday. Global News
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Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta with flower arrangements on Monday. Global News
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Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta with flower arrangements on Monday. Global News
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Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta with flower arrangements on Monday. Global News
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Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta with flower arrangements on Monday. Global News
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Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta with flower arrangements on Monday. Global News
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Disney princesses and Spider-Man stopped by Ronald McDonald House Southern Alberta with flower arrangements on Monday. Global News

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