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"I was really caught off-guard because there's a little girl that none of us had known, so I wasn't sure if I should take pictures. But it kind of just felt like the thing to do," Wickins told WIVB.
Jessica Lester told WIVB sometimes her daughter doesn't know how to deal with people, especially ones she doesn't know, because she has autism. But in the little girl's mind, Spark was familiar because, in Layla's eyes, she was the Disney princess.
"She [Spark] was just so sweet with her [Layla] and just keep talking to her and asking her questions. Layla loved her and she fell in love so fast," Lester told WIVB.
But it wasn’t just the the starstruck little girl’s mother who had a lasting impression of the interaction.
"I was flattered. I was like in tears that she thought I was a princess, and it just made my day absolutely more amazing than what it already was," Spark told WIVB.
Spark met Layla again this weekend and gave her gifts. Layla is still calling Sparks Cinderella.
But the story could be even more magical. The chance meeting has inspired the community to help get Layla to meet the “real” Cinderella.
A GoFundMe account has been set up to help send Layla and the rest of her family to Walt Disney World so she can meet all of the Disney princesses, WIVB reported.