Madeline Stuart Rocks 6 High-Fashion Disney Princess Looks in Viral Video

Madeline Stuart has done it again.

The world-famous model with Down syndrome is in the habit of stunning us all. This time she’s the star of a BuzzFeed video where she rocks six different Disney-inspired looks, complete with hair, make up and outfit.

Stuart looks gorgeous in everything from Rapunzel’s braid to Mulan-style bangs.

Check out Stuart’s Disney-inspired looks in the video below: 

Stuart can now add being a BuzzFeed video star to her long list of accomplishments that includes contracts with brands Manifesta and Living Dead Clothing, being the face behind the GlossiGirl Cosmetics “Beauty Is…” campaign, owning the catwalk during New York Fashion Week, having a one-of-a-kind doll made after her and launching a handbag line.

She doesn’t worry about what other people think. She just believes in herself,” Stuart’s mother, Rosanne Stuart, told The Mighty in August. “She has no hesitation, no hang ups and she doesn’t judge anybody.”

The release of the video comes on the heels of Stuart’s announcement last week that she’ll once again be returning to the runway for New York Fashion Week on Feb. 15. We can’t wait to see all that she has in store for us.

To keep up with Stuart on her many adventures, follow her on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Have you seen the first film with a national release to star a person with Down syndrome? Check out the film “Where Hope Grows” today!

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