Arkansas Teen With Growth Disorder Gets Sweetest Promposal

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Talk about your heart warming prom invite...get the tissues ready for this one.

We've been literally eating up every promposal video that lands online - some are definitely creative and cute, but this one really brings the feels.

Arkansas Corning High School student Autumn Pollard suffers from Noonan Syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects her growth and her heart and requires a wheelchair to get around. You can tell she has an amazing spirit, as she was called to do a dance with the school mascot at a pep rally.

What happened next totally surprised and thrilled her, as she explained seeing signs that spelled out "Prom?" with an arrow pointing to football player Cope Robinson. She explained, "Here's Cope walking to me and have a couple flowers, my favorite colors." She added, "My dream come true."

Wishing Autumn and Cope a happy prom!


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