Little girl with autism mistakes bride for Cinderella

In the Akron Falls Park in New York, a 5-year-old girl with autism mistakenly identified a bride who was taking wedding photos as Cinderella.

Layla Lester frequently finds it challenging to interact with strangers since she has autism. However, Layla adores Disney, so she was overjoyed to see a “Disney princess” there.

She ran up to Olivia Spark, who was posing with her husband. Spark stopped taking wedding photos to talk to the young child, who was eager to meet “Cinderella.”

“When she sees a princess, she’s going to love them because she loves princesses,” Layla’s mom told WIVB.

“I was flattered,” Spark said. “I was in tears that she thought I was a princess, and it just made my day absolutely more amazing than what it already was.”

Spark had to leave for her reception after Nicole Wickins, the wedding photographer, took some pictures. “Bye! Have fun at the ball,” As they parted ways, Layla told the bride.

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About a week later, when the bride got her wedding photos, she wanted to show them to her new friend. She found the 5-year-old and her mother and met with them for a second unique photo session.

Wickins took pictures of them this time as they were seated in a replica of Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage. Spark arrived in casual clothes rather than a ball gown, but Layla was just as thrilled to see her.

“She is the epitome of what a real life princess would be. She’s kind and she’s sweet and she went out of her way to be nice to Layla,” the 5-year-old’s mom told WIVB.