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princess

1. (in Britain) a daughter of the sovereign or of one of the sovereign's sons
2. a nonreigning female member of a sovereign family
3. the wife and consort of a prince
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"Why are you wearing a princess dress? Is this what you got for Christmas?
A Disney Princess dress from Tesco, which presented no issues with EN71, was the most flammable in our whole garment test and went up in a matter of seconds.
The prize includes a bespoke Fairytale Princess dress which will be custom made to match the Steffi Love Magical Dreams Fairytale Princess dress.
Because for yearsyearsI have been holding up one frilly princess dress after another and saying, "Please?
"It'll be Madonna meets fairytale, because that's the Pride theme this year, so I've got a big pink princess dress which is all corseted at the back and I'll be nishing it o with pink hair and a tiara!
A satin sailor's jacket is salaciously cropped, a shimmering princess dress barely reaches the thighs, and then there's perhaps their boldest piece, a naughty nurse's dress, complete with a glittery, blood-hued Red Cross on the breast, fox fur sleeves that seem stained with cotton candy and a sheer body in a pale tan color that evokes a drowned horse or a condom.
This Christmas season Harrods will play home to a Disney pop up boutique including a princess dress up area and storytelling sessions at an interactive area.
But I take comfort in the facts: the grass there lengthens, rusted leaves fall & rot, industry's soldiers march across the letters of her name, & today, when the small girl in the book shop in her white toile princess dress twirls & twirls, her throat warbling with glee, jumps into the laughing eyes of her mother, their arms & bodies clasped, their heat radiant & necessary as if they had never been torn apart, my mother's papery arm is again entwined with mine as we plod from the hospital ward's shower stall down a dim hall, thin cotton gown tight across her behind, when she, in one of her last miracles-- as if a lithe Fred Astaire & against all evidence-- kicks both feet in the air heel to heel & squeals, "I am clean!
"I bought a princess dress for pounds 35 from Warehouse, down from pounds 120.
A backless princess dress that was purchased from Destiny's Bridal Shop, Middlesbrough, from the wonderful Ellen McNulty.