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Anna and Elsa

Anna and Elsa, the stars of Disney's animated hit Frozen, will move over to the Magic Kingdom as Disney looks to alleviate huge queues to meet the two princesses.

Currently, guests can meet-and-greet the pair at Epcot's Norway Pavilion. However, queues of up to five hours have been reported, prompting Disney to announce that the characters will move to the Magic Kingdom's Princess Fairytale Hall on April 20. This will enable guests to book timeslots to meet Anna and Elsa using the FastPass+ reservation system, although standby queues are likely to remain lengthy.

The move will mean a change to the current Princess Fairytale Hall setup. Anna and Elsa will appear together each day until the early evening, after which they'll make room for other Disney princesses. However, Cinderella and Rapunzel will continue to be available at the venue throughout the day.

Anna and Elsa

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Frozen's plot revolves around fearless optimist Anna, who teams up with Kristoff for an epic journey across a kingdom that has been frozen in an eternal winter by Anna's sister Elsa.

In the current setup at Epcot, meanwhile, Ann and Elsa appear at the Norway Pavilion in the World Showcase, where a special exhibit also explains how the real-life Norwegian landscape and culture helped inspire the creators of Frozen.

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I've seen somewhere else that the date was the 22nd of April. Which I'm hoping is wrong! Do you know for sure that the 20th is the day??

The 20th was the date reported on Disney's official blog, so it should be correct.

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