At the minute, it's safe to say that Primark is absolutely slaying it at the Disney game.

Their Beauty And The Beast merch is a delight, and if we're honest, our whole bedrooms have basically become a haven for all things Mrs Potts.

Credit: Disney

But the latest drop in all things Disney could be the best yet, and we think you're going to love it.

This week the brand announced their Christmas party pieces, which included a near exact copy of *those* viral Minnie Mouse heels. You know, the designer ones which were all over Instagram earlier this year, and we all went bananas for?


The original pair were created by Italian designer Oscar Tiye, and cost a whopping £430. Safe to say, it's not something most of us could afford without giving up hummus and gin for a good few years.

However, thanks to the absolute babeoids at Primark you can now cop a pair for around £416 less, as our favourite budget brand's almost identical copy come in a steal at £14.

In fact, they're so cheap you can probably afford to treat yourself to a few pairs of these bad boys, which is lucky, because they're set to be released in two colourways - black and gold.

Credit: Primark

Credit: Primark

Don't get your purse strings in a spin just yet, though, because the 'Minnie' heels aren't in stores at the moment.

They're expected to hit stores in two months, when the rest of the AW17 collection drops, and to be honest we're already becoming quite impatient.

If you too are going to struggle keeping your patience in the run up to their release, then fear not, because we have the perfect activity to fill your spare time.

As it turns out, Disneyland are currently on the lookout for English princes and princesses, and you could be in a shot of getting the job.

Their website reads: "We are looking for enthusiastic and energetic people to animate the famous Disney characters.


"If you have a good level of dance, you can participate in our parade and our cavalcades!"

They add: "We are also looking for people who look like our famous Princesses and Princes Disney to meet our visitors on a daily basis. A good level of dance and distinctive criteria of resemblance are required."

Get applying, people. And if you do succeed, bung us a free park pass, won't you? We'll love you forever.

Rachel Pugh

Rachel Pugh is a Junior Social Editor at PRETTY52. She previously worked as the Overnight TV & Showbiz editor for OK! Online. She started her journalism career in 2014, where she worked on the video desk for the Daily Star and Daily Express. Since then she has worked as a publisher, journalist, copywriter and social media manager on a variety of websites, with subject matters ranging from menswear to pop culture. Contact her –

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