Make it pink, or make it blue - now kids can re-create the unforgettable movie moment from Sleeping Beauty when the Fairy Godmothers can't decide which colour to make their beloved princess's dress. With a simple turn of Sleeping Beauty's crown, kids can change the colour of the doll's beautiful ball gown - just like the Fairy Godmothers.
My daughter has a major thing for princesses, queens, magic and all things pink and sparkly so when she saw this she had her heart set on it, and as she had some pocket money and Christmas money she was able to purchase it.
My first test for this doll is how long it will survive... My daughter loves to have dolls but due to her siblings (and mostly herself) the dolls end up with their legs, arms, heads and torsos all over the place and but naked too. Giving this a test I was happy to find that this is quite a sturdy doll and that it would take a real huge effort to get the arms or legs out of their sockets, so it passes that test for sure.
The dress is operated by the crown which you can turn and either have your princess having a pink and gold dress or a blue and gold dress, or, once she worked it out, spin the crown just right and you can make it half pink, half blue, so perfect for the days when you want both. It comes with some very basic instructions so if it gets stuck mismatched, it is a nice and quick fix to get it back to normal.
My daughter loves this doll and even my son and my other daughter have had some fun with this.
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