Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Royal Wedding Disney Channel Style

With the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton upon us, a new generation of royal watchers have been born. The Disney Channel is making sure that the little chaps will be abreast of royal style and entertainment by supplementing their Wedding Day line-up and loading the website up with Royal fun! So, let's check out what they've got planned.

Disney Channel

In recognition of the increased interest in all things royal, Disney Channel will present "A Modern Fairytale: The Royal Wedding Week," a short-form series for kids, tweens and families, Monday-Friday, April 25-29. Hosted by ABC News' Juju Chang, the series will tell the story of the royal couple. Disney Channel will present a week-long primetime programming event that includes telecasts of prince and princess-themed movies, including "Enchanted" and "Cinderella," every night (check local listings).

Disney Website

Check it out: Have Royal Fun

Learn everything you need to know about Disney's own princesses.

Vote for Queen.

Disney's movie Prom will hit the theatres April 29th. Teens have a chance to choose who they think should be Queen of the Prom.

Meet the Queen...Disney/Pixar Cars 2 Spotlight.

Featured biographies from Cars 2 are the Queen and Prince Wheeliam.

With the final stage of the World Grand Prix racing throught the historic streets of London, England, the Queen is quietly elated she was invited to preside over the finish line by Sir Miles Axlerod.

Painted in shades of the most royal blues and never without her jeweled crown, the Queen is the definition of decorum and regality, but that doesn't mean she doesn't enjoy a bit of first-rate competition!

Prince Wheeliam of England is an avid racing fan. He can't believe his luck that the final race of the one-of-a-kind World Grand Prix is happening on the streets of London.

Though he must remain impartial when by his grandmother the Queen's side, he is privately rooting for his fellow Brits Lewis Hamilton and Nigel Gearsley to cross the finish line first.

With a little Disney style, being a royal princess or just a royal fan is glamorous and fun. Enjoy the big day.

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