Four-year-old boy tipping his hat to Snow White at Disneyland is internet's new ...

Four-year-old boy tipping his hat to Snow White at Disneyland is internet's new ...
Four-year-old boy tipping his hat to Snow White at Disneyland is internet's new ...
'A true gentleman': Four-year-old boy tipping his hat to salute Snow White during Disney World parade is internet's new darling The internet is smitten with a little Florida boy after he was captured on camera tipping his hat to Disney princesses while at the Magic Kingdom  Vanessa Guedert took her son Bernardo, 4, to Disney World and posted the now-viral video to TikTok last week of the boy as he greets Snow White and others The video, which now has 30 million views, has prompted an outpouring of adulation from commenters, who are calling Bernarno 'a true gentleman'  'He loves Disney movies such as 'Beauty and the Beast,' 'The Incredibles,' 'Monsters Inc.' but his favorite is 'Toy Story'  Bernardo could be seen in another Disney World vacation video dressed as Simba from 'The Lion King' as he runs to hug Mickey and Minnie Mouse  

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The internet is smitten with a little Florida boy after he was captured on camera tipping his hat to Disney princesses while at the Magic Kingdom. 

Vanessa Guedert took her four-year-old son Bernardo to Disney World and posted the now-viral video to TikTok last week of the boy as he tips his Mickey Mouse hat to greet Snow White and others while they pass by during the park's famed parade of its stars. 

'He’s a great kid, very polite, happy,' Guedert told Fox News of her son.

'He loves Disney movies such as 'Beauty and the Beast,' 'The Incredibles,' 'Monsters Inc.' but his favorite is 'Toy Story.'  

The internet is smitten with a little Florida boy after he was captured on camera tipping his hat to Disney princesses while at the Magic Kingdom

The internet is smitten with a little Florida boy after he was captured on camera tipping his hat to Disney princesses while at the Magic Kingdom

The video, which now has 30 million views, has prompted an outpouring of adulation from commenters, many of whom were brought to tears by the 'true,' albeit tiny, 'gentleman'

The video, which now has 30 million views, has prompted an outpouring of adulation from commenters, many of whom were brought to tears by the 'true,' albeit tiny, 'gentleman'

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