Laurie Moore, a British schoolgirl from Nottinghamshire, made the application to Disney when she was nine, because she had been wearing glasses all her life and had never seen a princess like them before. I was disappointed when she didn’t get an answer.
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But she did not know that her letter had already been read and even preserved. That’s how he ended up with Jared Bush, director of the popular Encanto. Moore never received an answer, but Bosch kept her suggestion in mind and arranged for Encanto’s main character, Mirabel Madrigal, to wear glasses.
Moore and her mother then stopped by the BBC Breakfast talk show to talk about the incident: “I think she knows she’s my hero, I can’t imagine being so brave at that age,” Bush said. Video call while broadcasting. Then he surprised Laurie with an invitation to present at the Bafta Awards, where Encanto was nominated for Best Animated Feature. He asked the girl, “I was wondering, Laurie, if you’d be interested in joining me and the other filmmakers at the BAFTAs?” Laurie and her mother were completely silent from the show but nodded “yes”.
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