Wonderful Nurses Help 3-Year-Old With Cancer Perform 'Let It Go'

Love to Millie and her amazing nurses!

For nearly five months, 3-year-old Millie McColl has been bravely battling stage four neuroblastoma with chemotherapy and surgery at the New Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow, Scotland.

As her Facebook and fundraising page show, the "Frozen"-loving toddler has maintained a positive attitude throughout her journey. She wears "Frozen"-themed outfits, carries an Elsa doll and even had the opportunity to meet the Queen of Arendelle and her little sister, Princess Anna, at the hospital.

While receiving treatment last week, Millie and five of the night shift nurses put on a special performance of "Let It Go," complete with costumes, microphone, fake snow and coordinated dance moves.

"So this didn't quite go as I had pictured in my head, but we all had fun and as always Millie is showing chemo won't bring her down!!" Millie's mom wrote on Facebook. "I must thank the lovely girls from the night shift last night in Schiehallion for being good sports and making Millie's day! You are all amazing!!"

Lots of love to Millie and these wonderful nurses!

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