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Little girl’s unexpected reaction to a surprise trip to Disney World

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PENSACOLA, FL - Parents in Pensacola, Florida sprung a surprise trip to Disney World on their little girl and didn't get the reaction they expected.

This video has now gone viral and made 3-yr.-old Mary Carlisle Williams a national star.

"Do you know where we're going?” asked Mary’s mom.  “No,” she answered.  “We're going to Disney World!” exclaimed her mom.  “Right now!"

Mary quickly responded, "I want to go to Mobile."

You see, Mary wanted to go to Mobile, Alabama, not Disney.

Mary's grandparents live in Mobile, which is why she was so set on going there.

After the video went viral earlier this month Mobile city officials decided to make Mary an official ambassador.

Monday, the mayor presented her with a key to the city and a year-long pass to the Mobile Museum of Art.

In case you're wondering, Mary’s mom said the family did make it to Disney World and had a blast despite Mary’s initial reaction.

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