Chloe’s magical day out with Cinderella

LIKE many little girls, Chloe Green has always dreamed of becoming a princess.

But this week, not only did the three-year-old get to be one, she also got to meet one too.

Chloe, who has Wilms’ Tumour – which is a type of kidney cancer that affects young children – was treated on Monday to a day of pomp and pageantry with none other than Cinderella in the fairytale setting of Norwich’s Dunston Hall.

Her wish to be and to meet a princess was granted by Make-A-Wish Foundation UK, the charity that grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening illnesses.

Chloe, from Redgrave, near Diss, who is undergoing chemotherapy and is frequently in and out of hospital, was in need of a special day out.

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Together with parents Tracey and Marcus, her brother Luke, six, and sister Eloise, four, Chloe was whisked by limousine to Dunston Hall, clad in a pink dress and tiara, where Cinderella was there to greet her.

Cinderella showed Chloe the art of glitter make-up and colouring-in before a horse and carriage rolled up to the mansion to take them on a regal tour of the grounds.

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The day closed with a special afternoon tea.

Chloe’s mum Tracey said: “This has been like a dream come true for Chloe. She felt like a real princess with Cinderella, especially riding in the beautiful carriage. It has been amazing, thanks to Make-A-Wish.”

Joanne Micklewright, Make-A-Wish head of wishgranting, said: “The wishgranting team at Make-A-Wish are delighted to have been able to play Fairy Godmother for young Chloe and grant her this special wish.

“To see a child beaming is priceless but to provide a whole family with memories they will cherish is an honour.”

To refer a child for a special wish or sponsor a wish like Chloe’s, contact Make-A-Wish on 01276 40 50 60 or visit

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