Devoted Dad Has Elsa Dress Specially Made So He Can Take Daughter To Frozen Singalong

By Hannah Parry for MailOnline 

  • Rob Chillingworth dressed as a Disney princess for his daughter Ruby
  • Pair were on snapped on the tube on way to a Frozen singalong party
  • Tattooist Rob had his glittering Elsa dress specially made for the event

(Scroll For Pictures) A bearded tattoo artist has dressed up as Disney's Elsa- complete with dress and long blonde wig- to take his daughter to a Frozen singalong. Devoted father Rob Chillingworth was snapped riding the tube with his daughter Ruby, who was dressed as snowman Olaf, on the way to the party.

The 16st heavy metal fan, from Waltham Abbey in Essex, had his blue sparkly dress and cape specially made to resemble the Disney princess. The picture quickly went viral with more than 1.5 million views in just three days and many hailing him as 'father of the year'. 

Rob Chillingworth was snapped riding the tube with his daughter Ruby, who was dressed as snowman Olaf, on the way to the party.

Rob Chillingworth was snapped riding the tube with his daughter Ruby, who was dressed as snowman Olaf, on the way to the party.

Mr Chillingworth told The Sun: 'The kids had to dress up. I thought I had to as well.
'Ruby said 'you be Elsa'. I had to get the dress made as I'm a big geezerand you can't get them in my size.'

On Twitter, many praised the biker with Tina, under the handle @Tinatbh, calling him the 'best dad ever' and Kelsey Dittloff writing that he deserved the 'best dad award .'

While Gillian Soden ‏wrote: 'Elsa has let herself go, but you cannot fail to be in awe of these superb parenting skill.'

Frozen is the most profitable animated Disney movie of all time and is continuing to rake in staggering amounts of money more than one year after its initial release, thanks to the sell-out success of the movie's merchandise.

In the lead-up to Christmas, shops across the country - and around the world - sold out of all Frozen products, as parents desperately try to get hold of the latest Elsa or Anna doll for their child.

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