real princess

Alexandrine 2022-04-22 07:01:12

I've always had a princess dream, but the princesses I've seen since I was a child are all singing and dancing in Disney, and Barbie's clothes are upgraded. I yearn for these glittering princesses circling around the castle in tutu skirts. In The Princess Diaries, Mia started out as an ugly duckling on campus. She didn't have any flash points, and she would be embarrassed. She secretly liked the school's male god, and longed for a beautiful love and first kiss. But the change came, her grandmother found her, and she turned out to be a princess. Grandma changed her appearance from head to toe, and trained her in etiquette and dance from the inside out. When I was in the etiquette class in college, the teacher just let us watch this film and write down the aftermath of etiquette learning. This also made me understand that in order to become a real princess, it is not only necessary to pack the appearance, but also to cultivate the temperament of etiquette and education. If you want to take up this title, you must sacrifice and give up some things. Of course, the most important thing is to have pedigree, otherwise it will be all for nothing. Mia finally became a real princess, and she was no longer an ordinary girl with glasses. Although she met a scumbag, she also had an unforgettable first kiss. Suitable for girls to watch. Of course, the most attractive thing is the beauty of the goddess Anne Hathaway. Her appearance is that of the princess.

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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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