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What a magical afternoon in London! Rapunzel was officially welcomed into the Disney Princess Court when she was crowned earlier today at Kensington Palace. Rapunzel’s Royal Celebration brought together all the Disney princesses, little princesses from around the world, and … Continue reading
On October 2nd, Rapunzel will be welcomed into the Disney Princess Court at Kensington Palace in London. In a very fun PR performance from Disney, Rapunzel has been spotted in several well known areas around the city of London in … Continue reading
Here’s your chance to be part of the magic! On October 2nd, Rapunzel will be welcomed into the Disney Princess Court at Kensington Palace in London. Disney is offering a contest called “Your Princess Moment – The Story Begins With … Continue reading
I am very seldom disappointed by Disney walk-around characters at the meet and greets. They do such a good job maintaining character, handling the little challenges that come with interacting with all sorts of guests, and enduring extremes of heat … Continue reading