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Disneyland Paris Is Hiring Princes and Princesses From The UK

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Disneyland Paris Is Hiring Princes and Princesses From The UK

Let's face it, we've all dreamed of being an actual real life Princess, haven't we? Like Snow White or Cinderella. Well, what if we said your fairytale fantasy could become a reality?!

That's right. Disneyland Paris is looking for UK Princes and Princesses to join their cohort, and soon they're going to be holding auditions to find them.

The magical theme park is looking for "enthusiastic and highly energetic people to join [its] characters and parade department" - and who wouldn't be enthusiastic about the chance to wear a glamorous Princess gown?!

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If you're given the role, you're expected to perform as a famous Disney or Marvel character, meet-and-greet visitors and take part in parades.

Think you're up for the gig? (Credit: Disneyland Paris)
Think you're up for the gig? (Credit: Disneyland Paris)

For some of the roles, you'll also need to have distinguishing characteristics, so make sure you apply for one you'll suit.

You have to be between 137cm (4ft 5) and 193cm (6ft 3) to be considered, be aged 18 and older and speak English or French.

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And the best part is you need no prior experience to take on the job. Where do we sign?!

Auditions are taking place in 2020 (Credit: PA)
Auditions are taking place in 2020 (Credit: PA)

The auditions will take place in Liverpool and Yorkshire next year.

The first batch will be on 25th January in Liverpool Theatre School, while Yorkshire Dance Centre will house them on 26th January.

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On Tuesday 28th January there will also be London auditions at Pineapple Dance Studios.

All castings will start at 10am and it'll be a long day, as you need to be available until 6pm.

This could be your castle (Credit: Disneyland Paris)
This could be your castle (Credit: Disneyland Paris)

You don't need to do anything to apply other than turn up on the day with a CV.

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But you'll have to be in character while there, so you'd better whack out the Disney box-sets and get revising.

If you're anything like us, you'll have more than enough experience being a Princess anyway. You can find out more information here. Good luck!

Featured Image Credit: Disney

Topics: Life News, Disney, Disneyland, Life, travel

Joanna Freedman
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