Children stuck indoors during the coronavirus lockdown can still get a bit of Disney World magic by enjoying a "virtual" theme park ride.
Fans have been recording point-of-view videos from inside rollercoasters – including the ever-popular "Frozen Ever After" ride which stars Princess Elsa and Olaf.
In the clip, recorded at Disney World Epcot, a sleigh-like carriage is seen pulling up to the station and you are invited to step inside and "keep your legs tucked in".
As the ride passes through a tunnel illuminated with purple twinkling lights, Olaf the snowman appears on a snow-covered ledge and cheerfully sings his "In Summer" song.
The carriage then veers around another corner to show a huge model of Princess Elsa's crystal castle, before the beloved character bursts into "Let it Go!"
As if by magic, the tunnel then erupts with blue firework-effects that are sure to spark wonder in any frustrated child.
The full video was uploaded on the YouTube channel Fun Family Florida where it has been watched more than 4million times.
Other Disney World experiences you can enjoy from the comfort of your sofa include the Expedition Everest rollercoaster and the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
The Disney + streaming service has also launched – meaning you can access more than 500 movies, more than 350 and 26 exclusive original shows and movies from the Walt Disney Studios Library.
This comes after it was announced that Meghan Markle will do a Disney voiceover for the streaming service in her first role since marrying Prince Harry.
Meanwhile, if you have a garden to have fun in, Aldi has announced the return of its "Spa Pool" which is available to order online.
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