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Looking for a career change? Disneyland are hiring Princesses and Princes here in the UK!

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If you want a job that will fit around the school run, this might not be the one for you, but if you’ve always dreamt of being a Disney princess, we’ve got great news for you.

Life really would be a fairy-tale as a Disney princess and if you fancy yourself as the next Esmerelda, Ariel or Elsa, we’ve got the job for you. Disneyland Paris is coming to the UK and are currently on the hunt to find people to play prince and princess characters in the parade, as well as dancers.

The job advert reads: ‘We are looking for enthusiastic and energetic people to animate the famous Disney characters. If you have a good level of dance, you can participate in our parade and our cavalcades!’

‘We are also looking for people who look like our famous Princesses and Princes to meet our visitors on a daily basis. A good level of dance and distinctive criteria of resemblance are required.’

For those of us on the tall size, it’s not great news as the advertisement states that as well as looking like a prince or princess, you also have to be between 137cm and 193cm tall (that’s 4 foot 5 and 6 foot 3).

If you are serious about being a Princess you can apply here. Get ready to scrub your make-up off for the audition (just so they can see how Elsa-like you really are) and pack a pair of jogging bottoms and sport shoes! 

Read next: The top 10 bedtime stories to get your tot to sleep 

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar (1969) 

You were probably read this classic by your own parents, but your little one will love watching the newly hatched caterpillar eat his way through all kinds of food. 
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Harry Potter (1997) 

It might not be one for your toddler, but as soon as your child is old enough, they will love the magic of Hogwarts! 
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The BFG (1982) 

Let your little one fall in love with Roald Dahl’s imagination and Quentin Blake’s illustrations with this classic tale, where little Sophie enters Giant Country with the Big Friendly Giant. 
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Goodnight Moon (1947) 

This cute bedtime story was also chosen by Supernanny Jo Frost as one of her Best Bedtime Reads. This cute classic helps your little one un-wind with the bunny, saying goodbye to familiar items one by one. 
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The Gruffalo (1999) 

Julia Donaldson and Alex Scheffler’s The Gruffalo is a classic, selling 13.5 million copies across the world. This cute rhyming story will soon become a hit with your toddler. Get ready to read it again, and again, and again… 
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Winnie the Pooh (1926) 

These beautiful stories will take you back to your own childhood. A.A. Milne’s characters are timeless, and 90 years later, little one’s are still falling in love with Winnie the Pooh. 
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Llama Llama Red Pyjama (2005)

Another rhyming story, Llama Llama Red Pyjama is fun for your little one to listen to, and for you to read aloud. Telling the tale of Baby Llama, who starts to worry as soon as his Mama leaves the room at bedtime, this will (hopefully) bring a more peaceful bedtime, whilst giving you a laugh along the way. 
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Where the Wild Things are (1963) 

The perfect read for your little monster, Where the Wild Things Are tells the story of Max, who gets up to so much mischief he is sent to bed without dinner. Max then enters a world of Wild Things, before sailing home to where someone loves him. 
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Guess How Much I Love You (1994) 

The perfect story to accompany a bedtime cuddle, you’ll love the idea behind this cute book, as much as your tot will love hearing it. 
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The Cat in the Hat (1957) 

If you were read these as a child, we’ve got news: Sam-I-Am still loves green eggs and ham. A good one to have on the bookshelf for when your little one is old enough to start reading himself, he’ll love the rhyming words. 

 

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