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2010 Princess Coverage: From Disney to Kate Middleton News

Best of 2010: Princess Fever

For the little girl who turns her nose up to tiara-clad Barbies and plastic castles, there's now a princess prep camp for little American girls with loftier royal aspirations. Complete with butlers, chefs, etiquette lessons, and palace visits, it's a great way to enable your daughter's realistic lifetime goal of becoming "the next Kate Middleton."

The princess mania has been in full force this year. There was the news that Disney was shelving fairy tales and the extensive lead-up to the big announcement of Prince William and Kate's engagement, which has sparked a flurry of buzz that will continue until their wedding next year. Here, we've covered everything from princess training to Kate look-alikes, so get your royal fix by clicking on the top-crowned stories below.


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An American's Guide to British Royal Titles

William and Kate's Austerity Wedding

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Studio16 Studio16 5 years
I think the Princess Prep camp sounds fun! I wouldn't send my daughter (1. That's obscenely expensive for such a frivolous camp - I mean it's fun, but it's no Yale Pre-Collegiate Seminar and 2. I would never send a little girl abroad by herself. I don't care how safe someone tells me it is.) but I definitely think the intentions behind it are good. The lack of manners in our world today is frightening. If a kid learns her etiquette from a Princess Prep Camp, I'm lucky indeed.
AgainAnew AgainAnew 5 years
Princess prep camp? Am I the only one who thinks that is sad?
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