When you really want to go to Disneyland Paris, you'll do whatever it takes. Like guess your dad's PayPal password and spend a bunch of money. Girl Books Ultimate Disneyland Paris Holiday After Guessing Dad’s PayPal Password is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
By Ben Mills: LONDON ? Disneyland Paris this morning announced the arrival of Marvel Summer of Super Heroes in 2018 ? a chance to meet characters and experience entertainment unique to the resort. It's been a hotly-tipped rumour forShow More Summary
TV presenter Jenni Falconer recently swapped the studio for the Disneyland Paris half-marathon. Here's her tale of the fitness fairytale.
By Ben Mills: Marne-la-Vallée, France ? Over the weekend, I was invited to a presentation at Disneyland Paris for the launch of a new series of events: Disney FanDaze. Although there's supposedly more to come, the presentation focussed solely on the inaugural 'party' on the first weekend in June 2018. Show More Summary
Kourtney Kardashian cuddles up to her boyfriend Younes Bendjima while posing for a photo in front of the castle at Disneyland Paris on Thursday (September 28) in Paris, France. The 38-year-old reality star and her 23-year-old model boyfriend were also seen going for a ride on the Big Thunder Mountain roller coaster, where they sat [...]
Annette Musgrove, from Cramlington, Northumberland, was horrified when she discovered her brood were booked on to different flights following a trip to Disneyland Paris.
If there's one event we love more than Halloween at Disneyland, it might just be Dapper Day. During this biannual celebration of vintage sartorial excellence, participating park guests dress to the nines - and often, they'll use theShow More Summary
Successful candidates must be prepared to move to Disneyland Paris, look similar to the original movie character they want to portray and be a competent dancer.
A 3-year-old English boy wanted to be Princess for a Day but Disneyland Paris just wasn't having it, and now they've had to apologize.
Disneyland Paris said a little boy couldn't get the Princess Elsa makeover just because he's a boy, and his mother was furious. Disney Wouldn’t Let a Little Boy Get the Princess Elsa Makeover, and His Mom Is Furious is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Like most toddlers, 3-year-old Noah is obsessed with Queen Elsa and Frozen, so when his mother heard that Disneyland Paris was hosting a "Princess For a Day" event, she immediately reached out to Disney to see if her son could participate. Show More Summary
Elsa would not approve of this discrimination! Disneyland Paris issued an apology after a young boy was denied the privilege of taking part in a the "Princess for a Day" experience because of his gender. Hayley McLean-Glass wrote an open letter to the park on her blog, detailing how her son Noah was "buzzing with excitement" when [...]
Blogger Hayley McLean-Glass' son Noah loves Frozen, especially Elsa. He rocks the dress, he knows all the words to "Let It Go," and loves Disney princesses in general. So, McLean-Glass thought it would be perfect to book Noah the "Princess for a Day" experience for their upcoming November trip to Disneyland Paris. Show More Summary
If a young girl wanted to participate in a pirate event at Disneyland, it's unimaginable that she would be turned away because she's a girl. But Noah, a 3-year-old boy, who was "buzzing with excitement" when he heard about the Disneyland...Show More Summary
Their reasoning: Noah is a boy. Noah is not a girl. Princesses are girls and not boys. Therefore, Noah is not a princess.
Renewing your vows isn't the only way to remind your spouse how much you love them. A man named Teylor reproposed to his wife, Alicia, a few years later at Disneyland Paris, and she said it was even more emotional the second time around. "The feelings were more, so much more," Alicia told us. Show More Summary
Disneyland Paris Bans Little Boy From ‘Princess for a Day’ Celebration A three-old-boy named Noah wasn't allowed to participate in a "Princess for a Day" Celebration at Disneyland Paris. Why? Simply because he's a boy. Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
The Elsa-loving toddler was told he could not participate because he's a boy.
By Robert Niles: What's a resort to do when it needs to boost attendance at a lagging theme park during the off season? Well, it could build and open a must-see new ride, but that costs millions and millions of dollars and only further crowds the park during peak seasons. Show More Summary
Harry Potter doesn’t own wizards and magic wands — though The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Orlando certainly popularized selling them in merchandise form. The magic wand is a particularly clever piece of marketing...Show More Summary