She has been seen on screens across the world and now the Colliers Wood woman who captured the hearts of thousands has spoken out about her newfound fame.

Jessica Kingsley appeared on the BBC this past week for her desire to make one birthday boy's dream come true.

"I just wanted to make up for not being able to be at Harry's party so came up with this idea," she told the Wimbledon Times.

"He chose Elsa so that was just a lucky choice that she's so popular and it caught the BBC's attention.

"My aim was to spread some joy for the kids who have had their birthdays, parties and celebrations cancelled.

"So I found a magical way of using Zoom and hosted an online party. The success is in the children's faces and my tears."

She said since appearing on TV it has been surreal couple of days

"We have been inundated with emails and calls from all around the globe," she added.

"Also calls and emails from strangers and people just saying well done.

"I think it was so successful because I cried."

Ms Kingsley added in the days after she was told that her performance was the perfect remedy for the BBC's coronavirus weary audience.

"I never thought it would have such global reach and interest," she finished.

"We've had bookings from Saudi, Israel, Switzerland to down the road."

"I'm also happy that I'm keeping my company going and my actors in money."

You can visit her business's website here