Like a lot of you brought it up on instagram, I was lucky to be invited to Disneyland Paris last weekend for the opening of the Christmas season but also so I could share an event brought on by the ‘Secours Populaire’ that is close to my heart.
Hard to talk about charity without asking who it profits to, should you do it in secret so it stays honorable?…etc. Usually I tell myself that if it means bringing a positive impact to someone in need, it’s always that gained whether it is made in private or in a big obvious way.
The operation #ToutesDesPrincesses (=all princesses)
Here the event #all princesses organised by the ‘Secours Populaire’ (Equivalent of the red cross or Oxfam in France) is aiming at sending the maximum of deprived little girls to the Disney parc for a dream day.
The idea is simple: share the info on social media by posting a picture that translates your vision of the modern princess and add it to all the hashtags #toutesdesprincesses #disneylandparis. These are details.
For the 10 hashtags mentioned previously, a little girl will be sent to the parc for a day full of surprise and enchantment. So nothing is as simple!
If you feel concerned, let your imagination grow and post as many pictures as you want until December 31st and we will see if your involvement light up sparks in the eyes of those little girls.
The new Christmas parade
Appart from that, the little girl that I still am admired the new moreish Xmas parade entitled ” Sugar and spice”: Snowstorm on Main street, Sugarcane giant houses, a very early Santa and reinvigorating mulled wine smells.
On the looks department, I chose simplicity (I even took off the bow off my Minnie ears: hope she forgives me) to meet the very done-up princesses of the parc: Princess Aurora, the sweet Snow White and and the famous Merida.
Disney dreams celebrates Christmas
The special Xmas dreams show was also incredibly magical starring Princess Elsa and Anna the Snow Queen.
I will leave you with these images who will mean much more than my words. Let the magic of Christmas begin! (English translation by TradIsa)