It is 2019, and no longer any little girl is falling, line and sinker for Prince Charmings, wiping damsels in distress from their feet. In fact, the little girl in one viral video in particular is absolutely not convinced.
Last week, four-year-old Madison Jade from Houston, Texas sat in a car seat and talked to her mother, Janess Strickland, about seeing Aladdin's live action movie when her mother started recording.
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Girl power! Last week mother Janess Strickland recorded her four-year-old daughter Madison Jade to give her opinion on princess films
The little girl from Houston, Texas was about to see the new live action Aladdin and stated that Princess Jasmine would have had to do her own adventure without Aladdin
Madison said: & # 39; Jasmine should only go and see the world … Because you don't need a boy to show you the whole world & # 39;
& # 39; We're going to see the new Aladdin movie tomorrow and someone has an opinion about Jasmine's lack of independence, & # 39 ;, her mother wrote on Instagram and shared the video.
The clip seems to start halfway through the conversation, while Madison shakes her head while her mother asks her: & # 39; No, she doesn't have to wait for the boy? & # 39;
& # 39; No! & # 39; Madison answers. & # 39; She just had to go. & # 39;
& # 39; Where to go alone? & # 39; her mother asks.
& # 39; To see the world & # 39 ;, she answers. & # 39; Jasmine should only go and see the world, because Aladdin does not have to – Aladdin just has to stay there and Jasmine just goes himself. & # 39;
& # 39; Really? She doesn't have to wait for the boy to take her? & # 39; her mother asks. & # 39; Why? & # 39;
& # 39; Because you don't need a boy to take you to the whole world, & # 39; the cheeky girl replies and throws her hands up. & # 39; There is not enough room on the carpet. So Jasmine can go alone or Aladdin can do it alone. & # 39;
& # 39; The princess does not need a prince to save her. She can save herself, & she said
Too small: speaking of Aladdin and Jasmine, she also remarked quite practically that there is & # 39; not enough room on the carpet & # 39;
In a second clip that is shared in the same post, Madison's mother slightly changes the direction of the conversation.
& # 39; So remember, sometimes when we read your princess books, the prince takes the princess on an adventure, or saves the day or saves her … that's good, right? & # 39;
& # 39; But mum, & # 39; Madison answers, her forehead looking head-on and worried that her mother should know better. & # 39; The princess does not need a prince to save her. She can save herself. & # 39;
& # 39; Can she save herself? & # 39; her mother answers. & # 39; Yes, that's a real baby. & # 39;
Since the video was posted on May 22, it has been viewed more than 71,800 times on the Madison Jade page.
It is also shared by other accounts, where it has even more views: 191,500 on the page of Oprah Magazine, 33,400 on the page of Elizabeth Banks and 1.45 million times on the Twitter page of StanceGrounded.
Twins! Last year, Madison's mother gave her a Princess Tiana doll that she loved
Little Madison Jade has become viral before, including the time she went wild for another Disney princess – Tiana from The Princess and the Frog.
That video, made in 2018, shows how the youngster gets a Princess Tiana doll from her mother.
& # 39; I love her so much because she has a chocolate shape like me! & # 39; she said.
Strickland shared the moment when Madison got her doll Instagram. She subtitles the video: & # 39; My little one has been talking about her skin lately, because someone made a remark to her that she was dark. & # 39;
She told it later ABC news her daughter bought the Tiana doll was because a boy at school asked why her skin was darker than his.
In a video that also went viral, the girl said: & # 39; I love her so much because she has a chocolate shape like me! & # 39;
& # 39; Recently I have had to remind her that she has a nice chocolate layer, and that is what makes her special, & # 39; said her mother
She admitted she was not angry with the boy's comments, because & # 39; he is just innocent, he is also three. & # 39;
She added: & I don't think he meant anything to it. I just told her that her skin is beautiful and that is what makes her special and I told her that there were princesses who also had a chocolate layer. & # 39;
& # 39; Recently I had to remind her that she has a beautiful chocolate skin, and that is what makes her special. & # 39;
& # 39; I surprised her when we picked her up from school today with a new doll and dress. From the mouth of babies & # 39; s … this is why representation is important! & # 39;
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