Louise’s Princess Academy Experience at SM City Cebu

Posted Date: November 23rd, 2016 by: Hannah IwayKids

My 4-year old Louise has always been a fan of Disney Princesses. To tell you the truth, she’s the one who made me memorize all the names of the princesses. Eh kase naman, I don’t do the princess thing when I was little. So when a CBS co-member Naomi Bersales of Jugs and Pugs invited us to SM City Cebu’s Princess Academy event, I did not let the opportunity pass.

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It’s actually an event open for girls of ages 4 to 12 years old complying the below requirements:

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We were scheduled to join the 4:00 PM event (there were several schedules that day) and look how excited Louise was. It was a bit too late for me to find a princess gown for her so I just bought her a tiara which she happily wore. I was even amazed how confident she was, I mean, considering her simple dress compared to other kids who really wore gown and even make-up.

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The venue was decorated in such a way that kids would really feel having an enjoyable tea party inside the castle.

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Princess Academy focused on teaching the kids (4-12 years old) about all the regal how-to’s. First lesson, they were thought how to properly make a greeting to new friends. Look who’s listening attentively!

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And when it’s time to demonstrate how princesses sit, Louise’s name was called. Before the event, she told me she’s shy but as a shy mom myself, the best reply I could give which I know it’s easier said than done was “Don’t be shy, just enjoy Louise”. I guess she remembered me saying that. She confidently went up the stage for the demo.

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Next topic was table manners. Louise does not eat much solid food but I was impressed how she tried to make friends and enjoy the moment by eating just like other kids.

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Last lesson was how to properly walk like a princess. Her dress may not be extravagant like other kids’ but look at her walking, so confident, not minding what her insecure mommy was thinking.

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Now here’s the funny part. When it’s time to go up on stage for the princess oath, all kids were asked to finish first their food. Poor Louise, she’s not a good eater so she was one of the last girls to stand up. She really did not finish her food though.

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Look at all the princesses, happily facing the crowd while saying the princess oath.

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Last part of the event was the Princess parade and then picture taking at the photo booth after getting their certificates.

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It was indeed a fun event for all the participating girls, I’ve never seen one who cried. As for our Louise, she did feel like a princess even after the event, look at her here, still feeling dreamy, haha!

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Thanks to SM City Cebu along with SM Kids and SM Accessories for such a wonderful event!

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