Disney's Frozen might be over a year old now, but enthusiasm for the warm-hearted winter movie continues to take the nation's little ones by storm.
The fervour for Frozen amongst young children is something that all mothers, father, aunties and uncles out there are more than familiar with, but an 18-year-old girl from Florida probably has more experience with hardcore fans than all of those groups of people put together.
Anna Faith Carlson found fame after a snapshot of her posing next to a cardboard cut out of Elsa went viral and she was propelled to online fame as 'the girl who looks like Elsa.'
After the uncanny resemblance was confirmed by thousands of online fans, Carlson took the plunge into all that Arendale has to offer with gusto.
The 18-year-old aspiring actress decided that she wished to become "a role model for children" and began organizing events in schools and hospitals to bring the Disney idol to life.
In order to keep with the [Frozen](movie:411685) theme, Anna Faith also got her real-life sister Lexie Grace on board to play Elsa's lovable, adventurous sister, Anna.
Despite having names that must make reacting to the correct character more than a little difficult, the sisters have became a sensation with their cinematic good looks and bubbly personalities.
Anna Faith has expressed her love for her current career, explaining to the Epoch Times that:
It's touching to bring life to a character in front of a child's eyes
The photogenic pair have also committed to undertaking charity work in children's hospitals along with attending fundraisers to help seriously ill children raise money for their treatment.
(Image: Sofiko_Draw, who is incredibly only 14!)
Despite having a fan base big enough to generate an impressive amount of fan art, Carlson's dream of breaking into acting through Once Upon a Time didn't come true, the teen is still trying to realize her dreams of becoming a serious actress.
Oh, and if you're wondering if Anna Faith and Lexie Grace look just as gorgeous out of their princess garb, the answer is yes!