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A MUM has gone viral after hiding her daughter in a pram to gain free entry at Disneyland.

Monica Garcier, a fellow visitor at the popular theme park, and her friends were speechless after they noticed a parent sneaking a child when they queued to get in by the front gate.

Monica shared the video on TikTok, where it's gone viralCredit: tiktok/@myfrienditsmebarbie
The baby very soon turned out to be a little girlCredit: tiktok/@myfrienditsmebarbie

Monica shared the footage on TikTok, where it has since taken the social media platform by storm, racking up a whopping 8million views in less than a week.

The start of the video shows two women with a pram getting their admission tickets checked by a member of the staff at the front gate.

But those who, like Monica, were stood behind, could see that there was more to the story.

Inside the stroller, instead of a baby, was sitting a young girl, with a rainbow blanket covering her body.

When they finally passed through, the worker took a quick glance at the small visitor and smiled, before tending to the next customer in line.

Once they had their admission tickets checked too, Monica and her friend Alejandra followed the three.

The clip showed the mum lifting her daughter up from the stroller, who dolled up in the most adorable Cinderella dress.

"We paid for our tickets and witnessed the funniest thing we had ever seen, so we decided to share it so you can laugh too," Monica added in the comments.

Depending on the date and time of the visit, a one-day Disneyland Paris ticket starts from £50 and across the ocean, in the US, entry for one to Disney World park ranges from $109 (£98) per day.

Fortunately for many parents, there is a rule that kids under the age of three go free.

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The cost-of-living crisis and the soaring inflation has affected people all over the world, and many said it was "not a bad idea" to save up a little wherever possible.

One mum wrote: "My son is four but at Disneyland, he knows he's two."

Someone else said:  "I support her, I mean, why not! And I don't even have kids, Disney is so expensive!"

A former employee revealed: I worked the entrance in the past and let me just tell y’all, they didn’t pay enough to care THAT much.

''I see a stroller, kid says “2,” have a nice day.''

A second agreed: "Worked at the front gates, trust me we know, we are told to just let it go.''

"I fully support this because we went in May and it was literally like taking a second mortgage out on our house,'' a fourth penned.

Fellow employees said they were aware many parents did this - and didn't careCredit: Alamy
After getting past the gates, the mum helped her daughter break free from the pramCredit: tiktok/@myfrienditsmebarbie
The two removed the rainbow blanket that was covering the young girl earlierCredit: tiktok/@myfrienditsmebarbie