The theme park is unveiling a new royals-themed show – with three princesses and a queen!

By Michelle Tauber
Updated July 08, 2016 11:20 AM
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Now that Prince George and Princess Charlotte have an open invitation to visit North America, their parents might want to consider a stop-over in Orlando.

(Hey, Uncle Harry can help with theme-park tips!)

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As part of its summer debuts, Walt Disney World is unveiling a new stage show, “Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire,” and as the name (not to mention the extra “e” at the end) suggests, it’s a full-on bonanza for royals fans.

Performed in front of Cinderella’s castle (where else?), the show features appearances by Princess Tiana, Rapunzel, Princess Anna and Queen Elsa – plus Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald and Daisy in their royal squire finery.

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In addition to the new show, Walt Disney World is also debuting a new royals-themed attraction: The first-ever Frozen ride, Frozen Ever After, which is located in the Norway Pavilion at Epcot. (It replaced the previous Norwegian-themed attraction, Maelstrom.) And a new meet-and-greet area, Royal Sommerhus, gives fans a place to get up close with Frozen sisters Anna and Elsa.

Important side note: We really, really hope someone has alerted Norway’s Crown Princess Mette-Marit and that she’s on her way for a guest appearance.