A young girl who captured hearts singing Let It Go from the Disney movie Frozen whilst sheltering from Russian bombs has made it safely across the Ukraine border.
Amelia Anisovych, 7, is finally in Poland after struggling through a two-day journey with her gran and siblings.
The ‘sweet angel’ went viral for her performance of the Frozen tune during a ‘terrifying’ week-long stay in a Kyiv bunker.
Her proud mum has said the video ‘shows the world is united and stands with the Ukrainian people’.
‘Babies stopped crying while she sang and arguments stopped’ after 200 people crammed into the shelter last week, Lilia, 39, revealed.
‘I always knew Amelia was very talented and a sweet angel and now the whole world knows the same’, she told The Sun.
‘But it is a tragedy that she is only a star because of so much death and destruction.’
Lilia said: “She was chatting to a woman and explained she liked to sing so this lady encouraged her.
“She asked my permission to film her and of course I said yes. Even babies stopped crying while she sang and the arguments stopped.”
Amelia’s parents Lilia and Roman, who run a medical supplies company, took the difficult decision three days ago to send their children to Poland with their gran.
The couple have stayed behind to cook meals for troops defending the capital.
She said: “I was so sad to wave goodbye to my children but it was the best thing to do to make sure they are safe.