Adalia Rose Williams is a six-year-old girl who just enjoys dancing, dressing like an adult and singing, just like any other kid. However, Adalia suffers from a rare premature aging condition and because of this issue, she became a famous person on the Internet with almost 6 million Facebook fans from which she every day receives hundreds of letters. However, emerging into the public eye has brought her bad things as well because she is a subject of abuse and has been a victim of death hoax.
This rare condition is called progeria, and it makes your body age several times faster than the body of a normal person. Unfortunately, the doctors cannot do anything about it, and the average life expectancy for people suffering from progeria is just 13 years. Because of this syndrome, Adalia weighs only 14 lbs, she has no hair, and she gets confused for a boy.
The family lives in Round Rock, a city north of Austin, Texas and the girl is unable to walk up a staircase, and she cannot go to school because she needs care and to be under constant scrutiny. Even though people look at her strangely, her mother Natalia Amozurrutia (24) and stepdad Ryan Pallante (26) always tell her it is because “they’ve never seen an angel.”
She became popular when her mom decided to create a Facebook page dedicated just to her, and it included dozens of images and videos where we can see Adalia Rose singing to Vanilla Ice’s Ice, Ice, Baby, dancing to Gangnam Style, but the majority of the comments were negative. Some people even spread rumors about Adelia being dead, but Natalia wrote: “NO ADALIA HAS NOT PASSED AWAY!!!! She is healthy and happily sleeping in her bed having sweet dreams!”
One man even responded to photos and videos: “I don’t want to say it like this, but this is the only way it’s going to sink in: Whenever you’re putting pictures of your child and letting her dress up, and putting videos of her dancing, you’re presenting your child with Progeria like it’s a freak show.” However, her mom knows that Adalia is a happy girl. She said: “Oh yeah. She’s out there now. You see.”