Every girl has a princess dream

Dwight 2022-04-20 09:01:38

The plot of "The Princess Diaries" is simple but bloody - 15-year-old high school student Mia lives with her mother in the United States. She is ordinary and often laughed at by her classmates. However, on her 16th birthday, she was told that she was the princess of a small European country. In order to ensure that she can successfully inherit the throne, her queen grandmother had to make a series of changes to her granddaughter. In the end, she finally became a real princess and gained her own love. Although the plot is not brilliant, the reason for its popularity is probably that every girl has a dream in her heart, a dream of wanting to be a princess. Mia, played by Annie, happens to be the representative of an ordinary girl. She is average in appearance and has few friends. She fantasizes about beautiful love, but everything goes wrong. She was rude and had low self-esteem, but she became a much-anticipated princess overnight, so she had her own exclusive driver, servant, and stylist, and walked into a kingdom that only appears in fairy tales. Since then, she has become elegant and decent, wearing a delicate princess dress, and has become the envy of everyone. You see, the princess has become so dreamy even kissing, do you want to be such a princess for one day? (Source: Many Mangoes)

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The Princess Diaries quotes

  • [as his assistants pluck Mia's eyebrows]

    Paolo: I love your eyebrows. We'll call them Frieda and Kahlo. If Brooke Shields married Groucho Marx, their child would have your eyebrows!

  • Michael: Don't worry about me. I just consider myself royally flushed.

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