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Scarlet Snow Is Your Newest, Youngest Disney Influencer!Scarlet Snow got to play the role of Princess Vanellope in her own dubbed version of an upcoming Disney movie!by Rachel Perez .
The adorable toddler of celebrity doctors Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho, Jr. is having the greatest Disney adventure—and it's not in any of its theme parks.
Scarlet Snow Belo is visiting Disney Animation Studios in Los Angeles, California to learn more about the hard work involved in coming up with animated films. Disney invited the little cutie to interview filmmakers, animators, and storytellers.
First in her itinerary is meeting animator Mark Henn, the genius who designed 7 of the Disney Princesses, including Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Mulan, and even young Simba from the classic movie The Lion King.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
"Today he taught me how to draw my new favorite Disney princess Vanellope. I can't wait to watch the movie," reads the caption on Scarlet Snow's Instagram post. Vanellope stars in the upcoming movie Ralph Breaks The Internet, the sequel to Wreck-It Ralph.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Dad Hayden also shared that Mark did a short workshop for them on how to draw cartoon characters. Scarlet was so impressed that she exclaimed, "Good job!"
She then played 'pretend' the high-tech way! Scarlet Snow, with the help of mom Vicki acting as her voice coach, dubbed some of the lines of Princess Vanellope. The bit won't be used in the movie, but she was excited to do it just the same.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The video uploaded on Instagram showed how intently Scarlet Snow listened to the instructions given to her so she could understand how actors lend their voices to animated characters. She was also shown a video so she could listen to the lines before recording her own version.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Scarlet Snow has not yet shared the final outcome of the scenes she dubbed as Vanellope, but we're already anticipating that it will be great.
Scarlet Snow has grown into a smart and kind toddler right before our eyes, and now that she's three years old, many are curious if her parents have any plans of giving her a younger sibling. Vicki said it was really up to her husband.
"I told Hayden, 'Ikaw, if you want…" Vicki told Pep.ph when asked if they plan to have another child. "He's still thinking if he can handle it, but for me, I'm really happy [na] with Scarlet," she added.
Vicki previously disclosed to Smartparenting.com.ph that before having Scarlet Snow, she had promised her grownup kids, film director Quark Henares and Belo Essentials lady boss Cristalle Belo-Pitt (with ex-husband Atom Henares), that she'll only have one more child. They didn't like the idea at first, "but now, they’re so happy!" the mom of three shared.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
For the meantime, Vicki is content getting her regular dose of cuteness from two adorable kids in the family: Scarlet Snow, and Cristalle and husband Justin Pitt's three-month-old son Hunter James Pitt, who visits her once a week. "He’s such a happy baby! Always smiling," the first-time lola said of her apo.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Ever youthful, Vicki wants Hunter to call her "Mama" instead of "Lola" or "Grandma." "Even with Scarlet, I’ll make him call her 'Ate.' Technically, she's a tita, di ba? But with how close their age is, it's going to be weird," she explained.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
As for a new addition to the Kho family, Vicki doesn't seem to mind having another one. "I look forward to all these kids. They’re so perfect... They don’t have the drama that we have," Vicki said. "You get inspired when you look at them because they are so simple and they are just so happy," she added.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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