Sophie Monk's touching transformation for charity: 'Tears in my eyes'

Love Island host Sophie Monk has channelled her inner Disney Princess to bring joy to sick children.

The Aussie singer transformed into Princess Elsa from the popular children’s film Frozen for her visit to the Ronald McDonald House in Western Australia.

Sophie Monk smiling on a red carpet at the Logies
Sophie Monk made a very special visit in Western Australia. Photo: Getty

She was the spitting image of the character, with her blonde hair swept to the side for Elsa’s iconic braid.

Her ice-blue dress was just like Elsa’s in the film, and she sported a sheer blue cape with white trim. To finish the look off, Sophie wore a dainty tiara and sparkly jewellery.


The Ronald McDonald House is a ‘warm and supportive house’ for families with sick children undergoing treatment. They have houses all across Australia and are located near hospitals so families can stay nearby.

Two photos of Sophie Monk in her Elsa costume
The star looked incredible in her Elsa costume. Photo: Instagram/styledbyannelize

The charity shared a number of snaps from the star’s visit on Instagram and thanked her in their caption.

“It’s not every day that a Princess pops in to say hello. Yesterday, Princess Elsa arrived at RMHC WA for a magical morning filled with bubbles, crafts and story time. Frozen is about being courageous despite the storms ahead and this is something our families do day in and day out.

We want to say a big thank you to Sophie Monk for bringing this message to life. Let’s just say the kids didn’t want to ‘let her go’,” they wrote.

The Beauty and the Geek host said that the children were ‘beautiful’. Her friend and stylist Liz Biggs shared a video of the day, and said it was a ‘special day’.

“The joy that Queen Elsa Frozen Sophie Monk brought to the kids at Ronald McDonald House was so special. Lots of tears and joy. A very humbling experience,” Liz wrote in the caption.

Many fans were overwhelmed by the sweet act which was labelled ‘wonderful’ and ‘gorgeous’.

“Just when ya think you couldn’t love Sophie Monk much more…boom! What a babe,” one fan commented.


“You are real life Elsa. Thank you for spending time with the kids and families at RMHC WA,” another added.

“Thank you for supporting this wonderful charity. It makes a difference to the kids & parents,” a third gushed.

“Brings tears to my eyes,” another wrote, with a fan adding that she was ‘a legend’.

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