Are you a Real Princess, Meghna?

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Are you a Real Princess Meghna

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Kelley Taylor, Director of Dhaka Classics hosted the ‘Princess Recital & Tea Party’ event for female kids from different nationalities and their mothers. The event was held on 3rd September 2022 at Baridhara Diplomatic Zone, Dhaka. This is a musical event to celebrate a day of unity based on the magic of music and feminine power. Children dressed up as Disney princesses and enjoyed listening to piano and princess theme music. To add to their excitement, they were introduced to Miss Bangladesh 2020 at Miss Earth, Meghna Alam. The little girls thought Meghna was their real princess when they saw her first. They asked her, ‘are you a real princess?’.

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This was a musical event. Girls from different counties participated along with their mothers. The theme of the event was Princess. They were dressed as princesses from Cinderella, Frozen, Aladdin, Beauty & The Beast and more. The participant girls were 2 to 10 years old. They enjoyed a tea party with Disney princess songs and music on the piano.

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The pretty little girls from various nationalities living and growing up in Bangladesh were united based on the universality of music and feminity and introduced to Miss Earth Bangladesh, Meghna Alam. Meghna’s Makeover was done by La Belle Beauty Salon and her Costume was provided by Party Rental.

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Meghna Alam
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Meghna said to us, “One of the sweetest events I was invited to make an appearance this year was the ‘Princess Recital’ hosted by the director of Dhaka Classics, Kelley Michelle Taylor. Little girls between ages 2-10 and their moms enjoyed a tea party with Disney princess songs and music on the piano. They were dressed as princesses from Cinderella, Frozen, Aladdin, Beauty & the Beast and more! The pretty little girls from various nationalities living and growing up in Bangladesh were united based on the universality of music and feminity and introduced to Miss Bangladesh. They were asking me, ‘are you a real princess?”

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As Reported by Mohammad Rahat Islam & Content Sourced by Time Trend Magazine.
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