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Princess Paris



Feast on fairytale enchantment in this majestic medieval banquet hall. Soaring stone archways provide a royal backdrop, as you perfect your taste for the finest in French cuisine. Book your fairy-tale Character Dining experience with Disney princesses today!




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"The princess Barbie [image] is a fun character but in real life I'm very chill and down-to-earth normal," says Hilton, 33, reclining on a black leather sofa in a pink Juicy Couture tracksuit in her nightclub. Of course, normal people do not have private nightclubs in their homes but Hilton's perception of normality is a little different from most.


\\\"The princess Barbie [image] is a fun character but in real life I'm very chill and down-to-earth normal,\\\" says Hilton, 33, reclining on a black leather sofa in a pink Juicy Couture tracksuit in her nightclub. Of course, normal people do not have private nightclubs in their homes but Hilton's perception of normality is a little different from most.


The multidisciplinary artist, Anna Pahlavi, grew up in Ukraine before moving to Paris to study at Parsons School of Design. It was here that she met her husband, Cyrus Pahlavi, the great-nephew of the Shah of Iran. Anna doesn't see her journey as a career so much as a life adventure, which began at a young age. For the series Une fille, un style, she showed us around her Parisian house, which was furnished by the architect Jacques Grange and her mother-in-law, Princess Niloufar Pahlavi. Inside? A beautiful mix of influences, including treasures brought back from her travels and works of art made by her family, such as a series of pomegranates, which are a symbol of fertility and immortality in Iran. The princess is also a a fashion enthusiast, and collects exceptional pieces. At the top of her list is an Indian pink Dior dress in silk brocade and feathers, created by Marc Bohan for the Tehran collection in 1962. We dive into her fashion, art and architecture influences with a home visit.


The 55-year-old Diana devotee vividly remembers Aug. 31, 1997. She was wakened by an early morning phone call from family in Australia telling her the princess had died in a Paris car accident, then raced to the palace with her daughter and was among the first to leave a floral tribute. Throngs of people began arriving 10 minutes later, adding cards, teddy bears and mountains of flowers.


The 36-year-old princess died in the early hours of Aug. 31, 1997. Her Mercedes, pursued by paparazzi, crashed into a concrete pillar in the Alma Tunnel in Paris while traveling at more than 60 mph (100 kph). 041b061a72


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