This 3-Year-Old Girl Dresses Up As Famous Women To Support Her Sick Grandmother

To support her grandmother Nonnie, diagnosed with breast cancer, the little Scout Penelope, only 3 years old, enjoys dressing up as famous women with the help of her parents, recreating iconic photographs. From Malala Yousafzai to Carrie Fisher through Adele, Frida Kahlo, Emma Watson or Ellen Degeneres, the little girl and her parents choose strong and inspiring personalities to give courage to her grandmother.

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