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Take a journey through Cinderella over the past 65 years thanks to the Cinderella Exhibition which was held in Leicester Square from March til April 2015.

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We’ll start off by taking a trip down memory lane back to the 1940/50’s with some of the original paintings and sketches of what we see as one of Disney’s most famous princesses, Cinderella. (Not forgetting her Prince Charming!)

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  Original sketch of Cinderella and Prince Charming’s castle.

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Original painting of the Golden carriage.

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Original painting of the Fairy Godmother turning the pumpkin into the enchanting Golden Carriage for Cinderella.

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Original painting of the clock striking midnight.

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Original painting of Cinderella losing her shoe as she runs down the stairs at midnight.

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Cinderella – Digital story book.

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Final sketch of Cinderella and her Prince Charming.

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The first ever Cinderella Movie Poster – debut 15th February 1950.

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The harp which was used in the movie.

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                                     Lady Trinkett a.k.a The Evil Stepmother’s outfit.

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                                     The step-sister’s Drisella and Anastasia’s outfits.

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Cinderella’s rags dress.

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                                                  The Fairy Godmother’s outfit.
#FACT: The dress was made up of over 10,000 crystals and pendants. Her wand was also made from light-refracting crystals!

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The Golden carriage entrance!

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The Golden carriage.

The Ballroom:

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Cinderella and her Prince Charming in the middle of the ballroom!
#FACT: Adorned with over 10,000 Aurora Borealis Sqarovski Crystals and delicate butterflies, Cinderella’s breathtaking ball gown was created from 24 layers of tulle and has a circumference of 11.6 metres!
#FACT: Prince Charming’s regal White tail coat shines with finely cut Swarovski crystals and hand-sewn Silver embroidery.

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All the outfits featured in the ballroom scene.

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The guards protecting Cinderella’s fine glass slipper!

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Cinderella’s beautiful glass slipper! Look how shiny it is!
#FACT: It took 6 versions and 150 hours to design the perfect shoe! The heel of the slipper is 6 inches and ONE slipper weighs just over 1kg!

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Limited Edition Swarovski merchandise.

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We hope you had an interesting journey through Cinderella! We sure did. Don’t forget to watch the live-action and get it on DVD this summer to see the breathtaking and hand made outfits on your screens at home!

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