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Kristen Bell’s Response to Daughter Forcing Her to Be Elsa for Halloween Is the Internet’s New Favorite Thing

Kristen Bell is a Hollywood favorite, and a mom who we literally WANT to be best friends with.

The down-to-earth, keep-it-real mother of two undoubtedly has her hands full with her regular success on the big screen and her weekly comedic lead role on NBC’s The Good Place.

Most widely known as the face of “Veronica Mars,” Bell made a new name for herself in 2013, now hailed by kids and moms alike for her role as the red-headed protagonist Princess Anna in Disney’s forever-famous flick Frozen.

Though the world has been singing “Let it Go,” for four years now, Bell admits that there are two little girls who couldn’t care less about the film—even if their mom is a princess.

In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel in 2016, Bell told the late night host that her then 3-year-old daughter, Lincoln, was less than impressed with the film.

“About 15 minutes in, she said, ‘Mommy, I think you should turn this off,’” Kristen told Kimmel. Her younger daughter, Delta, followed suit.

“They could care less…because they live to break down my self-esteem,” she joked.

But it seems the girls have since come around to the film, and to say it’s STILL breaking down Bell’s self-esteem is a laughable understatement.

The actress posted a photo to Instagram on Sunday of the Halloween costume Lincoln had chosen for the two of them to wear for this year’s festivities.

Jumping on the Frozen train, Lincoln decided the mother-daughter duo would dress up like her favorite Frozen princess, Elsa—who happens to be voiced by Idina Menzel, NOT her mom, Kristen Bell!

When your daughter demands you BOTH be ELSA for Halloween…you GRIN AND FORKING BEAR IT. #halloween

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“When your daughter demands you BOTH be ELSA for Halloween . . . you GRIN AND FORKING BEAR IT. #halloween,” she captioned the photo.

As always, Kristen Bell took the challenge like a champ, and gave us all a good laugh.

Better luck next year, Anna!

Bri Lamm
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