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Disney Princesses at Harrods

If you head down to Harrods, you're in for a festive surprise. For the iconic department store has teamed up with Disney and some of the world's top designers to create a Christmas window like no other - starring the 10 original Disney Princesses, each dressed in haute couture gowns.

Yes Ariel, Jasmine, Pochahontas, (and our personal favourite) Belle from Beauty and the Beast have each been dressed by designers such as Roberto Cavalli, Missoni, Elie Saab and real life Princess Kate Middleton's favourite, Jenny Packham. We haven't seen the Disney Princesses this well dressed since the fantasy magazine covers we told you about last year.

The gowns are on display in the Harrods Christmas windows from today - but if you can't make it down to Knightsbridge, we've got the original sketches and pictures of the actual dresses to show you in the gallery below.

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