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Crowning Glory: Why We Love to Love Disney Princesses

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. For many years, Disney has captivated the attention of both children and adults with their ionic animated princesses. These amazing characters have had an impact, and influence on people in almost every country and have become part of an official franchise which has spawned other sub-lines including Disney ‘Palace Pets’. Disney Princesses are a group of film heroines who represent all that is whimsical, magical and beautiful in the Disney world. It’s not hard to see why people of all ages have come to be influenced by the powerful phenomenon of Disney Princesses. Disney Princesses have become so globally...

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Elena The First: Disney’s First Latina Princess

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  There’s not many Disney fans that haven’t heard something about the fabulous new Latina princess which hit small screens this year. But how much do you really know about Elena? Let us take you through everything there is to know about the newest, most exciting Princess to ever grace the Disney canon!     Who is Elena of Avalor?   Elena of Avalor was released for our viewing pleasure in June of this year, and takes place in the same universe as Sofia the First. The series, which is set around a Latina princess and family, follows Elena who...

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Disney’s Top Ten Rabbits... Just in Time for Easter!

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Disney’s Top Ten Rabbits Just in Time for Easter!       Come Christmas time the stores light up with reindeer and snowmen. Halloween has Jack-o-lanterns. What about Easter? Easter is all about chickens and bunnies! The use of rabbits at Easter can be traced all the way back to the 13th century Germany, when the goddess of spring and fertility was associated with rabbits. For this reason, bunnies have become the iconic symbol for Easter, particularly for children who patiently await a visit from the Easter bunny. In celebration of Easter, we are taking a close look at some...

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