Adorable Video Of 5-Year-Old Discussing Princess Leia’s Slave Outfit Is Too Cute [Video]

Tara West - Author

Dec. 21 2014, Updated 9:33 a.m. ET

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A father walked in on his daughter reading his Star Wars Annual, and the conversation that ensued is beyond adorable. The 5-year-old girl can be heard discussing Princess Leia’s slave attire. The audio of a conversation between the father and little girl was caught on tape as they discussed Princess Leia’s slave attire, and why the little girl liked it better than her normal dress. The father then created a cartoon recreation of the happenings and dubbed over it with the pairs real conversation. The result was an adorable viral video.

The little girl says she knows “Jabba the Hutt is a baddie,” but that doesn’t mean she thinks his fashion sense is bad. In fact, she says she likes the outfit he picked out for Princess Leia to wear.

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“He actually chose really nice dress. Cause I like the way he put the sort of tiara with the bangs, these, this, that, her hair plaited. It’s actually a prettier look for her.”

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With that kind of explanation, it was hard for the father to respond, but he attempted to discuss the idea that the slave outfit may be demeaning. The girl promptly said she didn’t care what other people think, and would like to dress as a slave woman.

The father then remarked, “[B]ut you wouldn’t want to BE a slave.”

The little girl explains that she wouldn’t want to be a slave, but would be saved and then choose to keep the slave clothes.

While you are in the Star Wars spirit, be sure to check out the latest “Princess Rap Battle” that features Princess Leia. What do you think of the little girl’s fashion choices? Does Leia look better in her Jabba the Hut slave garb?


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