The Boy with a Pink Barbie doll, which was made famous by her appearance in the animated movie Frozen, turned into a beautiful girl this week in Los Angeles.

Chloe, 5, who was born with the doll, has been a fan of Frozen since she was a toddler.

“I’ve been a Frozen fan since I was a kid,” she told The Associated Press in an interview.

“But it was a little different when I first got my doll.”

Chloe’s doll was created by American company Made by Love and sold to Disney for $1.6 million.

The doll’s name is based on Chloe’s favorite movie, Frozen.

“She’s a pretty doll,” Chloe’s mother, Melissa Rios, told The AP.

“She’s got pretty hair, she has a pretty face, she’s got nice lips and she’s not too big.”

Chlo, who is 4, said her family has been inspired by Disney movies such as Frozen.

“They have this beautiful world, and the movie Frozen is so cool, it’s kind of like this world where we live in,” she said.

“It makes me feel like I’m not alone.”

Chiara, 7, who also was born a princess, said she was “pretty excited” to see her doll transformed into a woman.

“We were watching Frozen with our family and I was like, ‘Oh my god, I can’t wait to have her,’ ” Chiara told ABC News.

“It’s awesome to be a girl now,” she added.

“Chloe is such a big Disney fan, she likes Frozen and her dolls are like her favorite Disney characters,” Rios told ABC.

“Her dolls are just so cute.”

Chili, 6, who lives with her parents in California, said the doll was a “big deal” for her when she first saw her.

“When we got it, we thought it was so cute,” she recalled.

“Now we’re all like, Wow, this is so much fun.”

Chill, 3, is already wearing a pink dress and is a fan.

“My mom is a princess and her dress was so much more pink than my pink dress,” Chill said.

“I’ve got a few more pictures to show off,” she continued.

“Just the pink dress I think that’s my favorite thing.”