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The mother of a Ukrainian girl who went viral tells of the horror of losing contact during the evacuation

Amelia Anisovych, the mother of the singing child who moved the world with her performance of Frozen’s Let It Go, spoke to Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain

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Lilia Anisovych, the mother of a baby girl from Ukraine who went viral after singing Frozen’s Let It Go in a bomb shelter during the ongoing conflict with Russia, has revealed the horrifying moment she lost touch lost contact with his daughter – before they reunited.

Seven-year-old Amelia Anisovych wowed the world with her song performance and has since performed on stage in television events including The Voice Kids in Poland.

Speaking to Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain in a pre-recorded interview that aired on Monday, the mother recalled the moment she had to say goodbye to her daughter and young son, who were traveling to Poland with their grandmother in an evacuation.







The mother of viral singing sensation Amelia Anisovych, who rocked the world with her performance in Frozen’s Let It Go, spoke to Susanna Reid
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Susanna covered the Polish-Ukraine border on the latest episode of her daytime ITV show, as she revealed the latest updates on evacuations and conflicts – as well as reports that people are returning to their homes. they are in Ukraine.

In her interview, Amelia revealed “all my fears go away, they just disappear” as she sings on stage, while also detailing how she made friends during her evacuation trip to Poland.

But her mother Lilia shares that she is happy that Amelia only remembers the good moments, as she recalls a point where she fears for her children and their grandmothers.







Susanna is reporting from the Polish-Ukrainian border on the latest episode of the ITV daytime show
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Lilia explains that she and her family lost touch when she made the heartbreaking decision to let the children go with their grandmother.

During this time, there is a bombardment at a train station causing Lilia to worry for the safety of her loved ones.

She explained it all, when Susanna asked her about her “heart stops” and “terrified” moment, she knew there was a situation going on – not sure if her family would get caught up in it. or not.

Lilia said of their train journey: “It doesn’t matter when they take the evacuation train, and where they have room for two they have five.







7-year-old girl Amelia Anisovych made the world admire when she performed her music
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“We have Amelia, her brother, her grandmother and another woman and her baby.

“It’s good, Amelia only remembers the good things about it. After arriving in Lviv, they had to sleep on the station floor, and only later that night some volunteers came to take them to Poland.”

As for contacting the family when they ran away, Lilia told Susanna: “They were in contact with each other all the time. A situation occurred, I would say small but not small.”

She continued: “On their way, we received word that a new bombardment had begun on the train line. They had to change course and when they had reached the train station, a major bombardment commenced. body there.

“I watched the news and couldn’t express my feelings. They were safe. They saw some smoke in the distance but their train was fine.

“I watched TV and watched the news about the bombardment on TV. I started calling my family right away, but I couldn’t reach them.







Lilia explains that she and her family lost touch when she made the heartbreaking decision to let the children go with their grandmother before her.
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“I can’t remember how long it’s been, different times when someone you love is in danger. I can’t remember how much time has passed, for me it’s been a lifetime.

“There was a moment when we couldn’t get together.”

When asked about the evacuation, Amelia said: “I was hungry. We had two sandwiches so I ate one and I made new friends along the way, and everything. all fine.”

Good Morning Britain airs at 6am weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub.

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