Meet Prince Charming (or boy as my little girl calls him). He has it all: a castle, a carriage, a horse, and most importantly a star role in today's post.
Meet the princesses. Anyone familiar with Disney princesses can quickly tell these girls are pretending to be someone else. They haven't quite got their acts together. And they don't even know which fairy tale they belong to.
The Prince smiles to cover up the akwardness of being the only guy around. He has realized just how petty girls can get when they feel competition.
Belle on the other hand can't seem to take her eyes off of the horse. (I guess that makes sense she will eventually fall in love with a beast.)
What is this?? Are they trying to hold hands? Could it be the blossoming of love?
Woah that was fast.... didn't you guys just meet? Well, when you know, you know. Prince Charming has decided to forgo faking being in love with every girl in town, and he is following his true heart's desire. I think he said, "To Neverland with the ratings, I know which girl is for me."
True loves kiss on a starry night. How romantical. I get all twitterpatted just watching.
It is good to see that the pretenses are up and the girls have learned more of themselves. Unfortunately, Cinderella's double doesn't look all together happy that she wasn't the one to win Prince Charming's heart. Oh well better luck next time.
And there you have it. A true fairy tale. Cinderella has her Prince. They look like they may want some privacy. So until next time.
No princess pollies were harmed in the photographing of this short story. Although Aurora's hair was recently pulled off by my niece, she is recovering quite nicely.