Disney Princess RP
In a lush green forest, surrounding the great, majestic castle of princess Aurora, a bright green light eminated deep within the forest that seemed to light up the surroundings. A loud green, electric zap broke the silence and Stitch zoomed out of it before it dissipated into nothing. Stitch richocheted against several trees, yelping and screaming with each hit until he hit his head on a large rock, spralled out on the ground.
Stitch soon recovered quickly, rubbing his head, his long ears down. "Oooooof, wow. E cabache" Stitch got up and looked around his surroundings, noticing a lot of difference in the plants in the area. Stitch yelled out loud, "Lilo?" Stitch crawled around to a different location and yelled again, "Jumba?" Stitch climbed a tall tree and called out againm "Pleekley?"
Stitch sat on top of the tree and began to worry. "Ooooohhhh." he began to whine as he couldn't find any source of where he is or of his family. Stitch was broken from his rut by the sound of the massive flap of wings. Stith looked back and saw a giant black dragon flying down towards the forest.
"Uh-oh", Stitch got a bad feeling about what was about to happen and quickly scrambled down the tree and began running, looking for some kind of cover. Stitch scrambled to through the trees and rocks of the forest before feeling a hot blaze behind him. He looks back to see the forest becoming engulfed in fire and picked up the pace, trying to move as quick as he can. Stitch barrels down into the roots of a slighty uprooted tree. He bites his feet and curls up into a ball, snug and covered by the tree. The tree is was incinerated within a flash and Stitch felt the intense heat eminate of top of him.
After the blaze dies down, Stitch unfurls himself and looks around, seeing what once was a lush green forest has become a smoldering ground of ash and dust. Stitch began walking through the forest, helping any trapped creature or surviving animal find escape or a new home. Stitch looked at the castle in the distance, and as he looks around the former standing forest, Stitch thinks about his home, his ohana, and thinks about Lilo.
Stitch thinks for a moment and believes that someone at the castle might be able to help him. Stitch finds a tree still standing and a long vine. He ties the top of the tree and pulls it down into a make-shift catapult. Stitch climbs onto the point of the tree and readies his claws. With one quick swipe, Stitch cuts the vine and catapults himself into the air towards the castle, exclaiming aloud, "Yeeeeeeeeeee-haaaaaaaaaaaw!"
Stitch saw himself getting propelled toward the castle and caught one of the flags atop one of the castle towers. Stitch clung to the flagpole looking down at the castle and wiping his brow slightly and laughing that he made it. Stitch then climbed down the pole and began crawling along the walls like a fly on the wall.
“Well I guess we should learn the layout of the land” said Belle. “As long as… (She hears Stitch land on the roof) WHAT WAS THAT!?!?” they listen for a few minutes and the noise seemed to silence. “Huh it stopped.” Belle shrugs,”Oh well” belle grabs her book and starts to walk with Ariel. “Hey Ariel I forgot to ask what is your story?”
Originally Posted by SlaveTrainer13
Once Aurora was alone in her room again, she sank back down on her couch and burst into tears once again. She was exhausted and overwhelmed from everything that had happened today... and further disturbed by the realization that she really enjoyed the warm and squishy feeling of the wet diaper against her skin.
“What’s wrong with me?” she sobbed. “I’m not a baby, I’m a princess.”
Hoping that Princess Cinderella in the nearest guest room hadn’t heard that, Aurora cried for a few more minutes, until at last she took a deep breath and composed herself. Slipping behind her screen, she drew a nice warm bath for herself. Due to her rustic upbringing, Aurora was comfortable caring for herself and did not summon servants for basic tasks.
Aurora sat in her tub and washed herself thoroughly, letting the warm water revitalize her and singing songs from her childhood - always in her gifted, enchanting voice - to raise her spirits.
When she finished her bath, Aurora dried herself with a fluffy towel and put on a fresh diaper. Before dressing herself, she paced back and forth a few times in just her diaper, enjoying its thick, soft bulk and the cute crinkling sound it made when she walked. She did not waddle; she still carried herself gracefully like a princess, but with a playful bounce in her step. I need to stop, she tried to tell herself. I may need them, hopefully just for a little while, but why I do like them so much?
Finally Aurora finished freshening up and slipped back into her pink dress. She then called Daisy the serving girl and politely asked her to tell her new friends that it was almost time for supper. Aurora made it a point to always treat the castle help with the utmost kindness and gratitude.
Trying to look less worn and distraught than she actually felt, Aurora waited for the other princesses in the entry hall of the toward, ready to escort them to the great hall and introduce them to her parents, King Stefan and Queen Leah.
Stitch scaled the vast walls and ceiling of the castle, making sure to stay out of sight whenever he heard someone approaching he noticed many varieties of people from servant girls, to guards, to noblepeople and so forth. Stitch noticed two young ladies walk by, one brunette who seemed to be totally enamoured with the book in her hand and the other had red hair and seemed to be very energetic and awestruck by the castle.
Stitch waited for the girls to pass before scouting out the castle more, his claws making soft scratch sounds against the marble walls of the castle. Stitch continued his trek of the castle, watching where the staff and others were going and carrying in their arms. Stitch made his way to the dining hall, sneaking in through the top of the door as a servant opened the door to exit. He watched from a perch as servants readied the elongated table with fine silverwear and sparkling crystal glasses.
Ariel began to walk with Belle through the emmaculate halls, looking at how different the decor was from Prince Eric's own castle. Ariel overheard Belle ask about life and thought about it for a moment.
'Should I really tell them my secret. That I'm a mermaid from the sea?' Ariel contemplated as she and Belle ventured.
"Uhhh, well my father was strict about me exploring on my own. I had always had a sense of adventure and exploration beyond my home. As isolated as I was, I always had plenty of friends to keep me company." she said referring to Flounder, Sebatian, Scuttle and all her aquatic friends. "My sisters never understood me, but how could they? They were always on daddy's side in any manner. But one day, my fortunes changed and I was able to have my dad see things clearly and I married my handsome Prince Eric."
Ariel did her best to keep her story vague, fearing that the princesses would not accept her secret. She didn't want to put her family or her home in any more danger than it already was in with this bizarre threat to them all.
Quickly wanting to change the subject, Ariel decoded to flip the question of origins to Belle. "So Belle, how did you get to this world?"
Cinderella was still thinking about how she and the other princesses might be able to do something about the change in the world around them when she heard something faintly through the walls. Realizing she was adjacent to Aurora's room, Cinderella came a little closer to the wall, realizing her new friend was crying, saying something to herself about being a princess, not a...what?
Originally Posted by DiaperSissyCrissy
What in particular was upsetting Aurora didn't bother Cinderella nearly as much as the fact that Aurora was upset. Cinderella had always been a kindhearted person, and other people being unhappy had always bothered her, even strangers. Given how quickly she'd come to like Aurora and the others, hearing her cry was distressing to Cinderella, who almost went into Aurora's room before she heard Aurora drawing a bath for herself and paused.
Technically, there was no reason not to go talk to Aurora while she bathed. They were both girls, after all. But Cinderella was loath to disrupt her friend's privacy after she'd been crying, and it felt inappropriate to barge in because of something she'd overheard by accident. Cinderella resolved instead to talk to Aurora as soon as she could.
"Princess Cinderella?" Daisy asked, knocking on her door. "Princess Aurora would like you to know it's almost time for supper."
Cinderella thanked Daisy, following her directions to the entry hall as quickly as she could.
My room was next to Aurora's. I should have a little time to talk to her privately before the others come.
Aurora seemed perfectly calm when Cinderella caught sight of her waiting; on anyone else, it would have seemed nothing was wrong. But Cinderella had heard Aurora crying before she sang to herself, and she remembered all too well the calm but distant look that she had perfected during her long years as a servant to her stepfamily to keep them from noticing when they'd upset her.
To even need that kind of expression as a princess...she wants to look calm and strong, even in front of us. Cinderella thought to herself, frowning. But I remember how much it hurt to bottle things up when I had nobody to tell about them...who does she have to talk to with her fairy friends somewhere far away?
Cinderella walked over to Aurora quietly, touching her friend's hand.
"Princess Aurora?" She asked, deciding it was best to use her friend's title at the moment. "Before we go to dinner, could I talk to you in private for a moment?"
Aurora smiled and took her friend's hand in hers. For a moment, she almost got lost in Cinderella's deep blue eyes. She didn't like the thought of playing favorites among her guests, but she had just seen Daisy continue further down the hall. Ariel and Belle, it seemed had gone for a little walk, and Daisy would let them know about supper shortly.
That should leave us a few minutes at least, Aurora thought.
"Of course, Princess Cinderella," she said, squeezing her friend's hand gently. "What is it?"
Cinderella looked Aurora in the eyes seriously, detecting in Aurora's honest gaze that she was right her friend was hiding how she felt.
"...Through the walls...by accident, I heard you crying after we left." Cinderella said quietly, looking concerned. "Is something wrong, Princess Aurora? Is there anything I can do to help...?"
If she was meant to help with anything, Cinderella decided, she would start with helping her new friend with whatever was bothering her.
“Well it is kind of a bizarre story; you probably wouldn’t believe it actually. No rational human would.” Said Belle. She began by telling Ariel about her father’s capture, how she traded herself for his release from the beast, about the castles curse, about how every person in the castle when she first came there were appliances and furniture. Lastly she told Ariel about how the beast had won over her heart and how her love for what was inside of him was able to help break the spell on the castle. Lastly she told Ariel about the shadow being that literally threw her out of the castle, how the beast transformed back to his monstrous form to protect her, and about the beings strange warning. Ariel looked shocked but was more shocked by what belle said next. “Ariel I must say that I know your story is not all of the truth. For instance why would a princess from a royal palace be in swim wear during there leisure time?” Suddenly Belle’s dress began to glow and a large stroke of intellect went through her brain, she had thought of something extraordinary. “Unless you are not from the land. Are you a marine maiden?” She say Ariel’s face go blank. “Ariel it is ok if you tell me. Besides like I said I lived in a home with sentient furniture. Marine humans are far more logical then that.” suddenly the noises that stitch was making began to start again. “what is that?” said Belle. Suddenly with the dress still glowing she used the sound waves mathematics and pinpointed exactly where the sound was coming from. “It’s coming from this room!”
Checking to make sure Ariel and Belle weren't yet on their way to the entry hall, Aurora nodded and led Cinderella by the hand back to her bedroom. Closing the door quietly behind her, she moved to her bed and sat down, motioning for Cinderella to sit beside her.
"I am not sure how you can help me, Princess Cinderella," she said softly. "I am frightened and confused. I should be doing more to help you, and Princess Ariel, and Princess Belle, since chance has somehow brought you all to my father's castle, but I don't know what to do next. Flora's wand saved me, and everyone, from that monster today, but I don't really know how to use it or what else I can do."
Aurora drew her gold locket out from inside her dress and showed its sunburst design to Cinderella. "Fauna gave me this locket," she continued, "and her note said I should use it to carry new treasures I would find, and something about new dresses, but I don't understand what she meant."
Taking a deep breath and swallowing hard, Aurora told Cinderella the rest. "Princess Cinderella, when that monster came today, I was so frightened... I... I... I wet myself! It's happened a few times today, and I still can't really believe it. But Merriweather..." Aurora reached under her bed and drew out the blue box of Pampers and showed it to Cinderella. "Merriweather must have known it was going to happen, somehow. She... she gave me these diapers to wear. I've had them on all day, so this dress (which I love so much) doesn't get wet. And the strangest thing is... they feel so nice that I... I actually am enjoying wearing them. But... but diapers are for babies, and this is so unbecoming for a princess!"
A single tear welled up in Aurora's eye and rolled down her cheek as she looked helplessly at Cinderella.
Cinderella sat beside Aurora, listening with concern as her new friend began to pour out her troubles.
At first it seemed what she'd expected; the stress of their situation landed hard on Aurora's shoulders, and Cinderella wouldn't blame her friend for becoming upset with how fast everything around her was changing.
Things turned down a very different path than she'd expected, however, when Aurora confessed that she had wet herself in fright whilst saving Cinderella's life! Cinderella was surprised by this confession, but she couldn't say she blamed Aurora; if she'd eaten or drank before leaving home, Cinderella suspected she might have done the same when she saw the dragon bearing down on her. But even so...Aurora had been left diapers to protect her from the accidents she'd been having today, and Cinderella finally realized that Aurora had been crying not just because of the stress, but the peculiar enjoyment she admitted to feeling while wearing diapers.
Cinderella was rather flummoxed by this for a moment; she'd never heard of a grown woman needing or liking diapers before, and yet her wonderful, brave new friend had been wearing one the whole time they'd been getting to know each other! That was strange, wasn't it?
But Cinderella had never been one to judge or be thoughtless to others, and it took her only a moment to realize it didn't matter if it was strange or not. Aurora's comfort in her new undergarments had clearly been forseen and intended by her fairy friends, and any source of security and comfort in this dark time was likely a welcome one. Furthermore, Aurora was still the lovely and kind young woman Cinderella had befriended so quickly, and Cinderella's only concern was that her new friend was so upset.
It was not a formal motion between princesses or a mature discussion between friends that followed; instead, Cinderella reached over and without warning hugged her friend warmly, holding Aurora close and gently wiping away the tear rolling down her face.
"Aurora...I don't know how unusual or unbecoming it is or isn't, but it's hardly the strangest thing that's happened to anyone today." She said quietly, resting her forehead against Aurora's and looking her dear friend in the eyes. "You trust in your fairy friends, don't you? Well, they wanted you to find these. You were supposed to have the diapers, and you were meant to use them." Cinderella smiled a little.
"That doesn't make you a baby. I don't think it's unbecoming of a princess to accept comfort offered by people who care about her in troubled times, no matter what that comfort is."
The hug from Cinderella felt so good Aurora nearly fainted in her new friend's arms. She threw her arms around Cinderella and clung to her for a while, while she listened to Cinderella's kind and supportive words.
Aurora felt like an immense weight had been lifted from her chest. Having someone to confide in all she was going through, someone who accepted her and genuinely cared for her as Cinderella clearly did... Aurora hadn't felt this relieved and happy since... well, since Prince Phillip had awakened her with a kiss!
"Thank you," she said softly, when Cinderella was through. With one arm still wrapped around her friend, Aurora drew out Merriweather's poetic little note that came with the diapers and showed it to Cinderella.
"That's Merriweather," Aurora said, laughing for the first time today. "Of all the three dears, she was always a little different, the most independent, and indeed the funniest. Flora and Fauna were so kind and gentle in raising me, but Merriweather always made me laugh. Even though they were bonded in ways I could never understand growing up, Merriweather and Flora used to have the silliest squabbles from time to time. This dress, for example, was a birthday present from them, and when I first got it, it was blue!"
Aurora told Cinderella one of her favorite stories, the one about Flora and Merriweather's rivalry over the color of her dress!
"I'm glad Flora won out in the end," she said smiling. "I think the pink is just so me!"
Ariel was enamoured with Belle's asendance into royalty. She loved hearing about the wonderful friends there who were in the forms of household appliances, about the vain and rash Gaston, and about Beast. Ariel never thought a prince could be so rash and selfish at first, but was glad to hear that he changed when Belle was able to reach into his heart and love the man inside.
Ariel pondered about Gaston, about how someone could be so in love with himself, and knew that this Gaston was nothing compared to the maliciousness of Ursula. Ariel then grew concerned when Belle began to tell Ariel of her arrival to this world, about how this shadowy figure was able to reinvoke the curse placed upon Beast and his castle.
Ariel then had a socking revelation, 'If this being is able to perform dark magic like Ursula, then what has become of Atlantis?' Ariel began to form a plan to go out into the sea at night, to see if she could find her home of Atlantis and her father. The hits however kept rolling as Ariel heard Belle ask if she was a marine maiden.
Ariel's face went pale as Belle figured out her secret with almost relative ease. Ariel shyly turned away from Belle and tried to begin processing what had just happened. "Um, well, Belle. You see I...", unable to compile a convincing story, she sighed as she decided to tell Belle the truth, "....I am a Mermaid. Please don't tell the others! I don't want anyone else to know. I'm scared Belle, not just for Prince Eric and his home, but for my father and friends in Atlantis. I don't want anyone else to know, so please Belle, swear you won't tell Aurora and Cinderella that I'm a mermaid, please?"
Ariel looked at Belle with frantic eyes, hoping that Belle would promise not to reveal her secret to the others. Before she could get an answer though, Belle rushed off into a nearby room. Ariel decided to get an answer later and followed her into the room.
Stitch watched from his perch atop the door at the activity below, watching the castle servants set the table for dinner and watching other servant bring out large silver serving trays and large silver domes to cover. Stitch moved about the ceiling, concealing himself behind stone pillars and curtains as he made his way to another door on the opposite side of the room. Stitch could immediately catch the aroma of roasting meat and spices eminate from the door.
"Mmmmmmm." Stitch moaned as his stomach reacted to the smell. Stitch knew that the food was going to be at the table soon and decided to wait there before making his strike at the food. Stitch waited until the last of the servants went into the kitchen and crawled down a stone pillar, making his way to the long table where he hid under the table, masked by the silk table cloth that adorned the table.
Stitch was able to hide under the table just as Belle and Ariel entered the dining room.
As Belle and Ariel entered the kitchen, Belle stopped to look at her new friend. “Your secret is safe with me but I think you should tell the others. You being a You-know-what might have something to do with why we met. And why you are here. But as I said it is your story to tell not mine. Anyway help me find that sound’s source if you would please? I know it was from the kitchen.” Suddenly another blast of knowledge felt as if it shoots from belles dress directly to her mind. “I think whatever landed is both alive and sentient, And before you ask I am not entirely sure how I know that.” suddenly she looked and saw something on the floor. It was blue and not human in the least. From what belle saw she would bet money that it was not from any of the princesses worlds. But Belle had this sneaking suspicion that it wasn’t evil. Not anymore at least. “Ariel look under the table. I think the sorce of that sound is under there.” Belle whispered in the mermaid’s ear. Unfortunately for them stitches supersonic hearing tipped him off.
Cinderella smiled as she read the note Merriweather had left for Aurora; it confirmed for her that Aurora wearing and enjoying the diapers she'd been given was how things should be. Her fairy friends clearly cared deeply for Aurora to leave her any form of comfort in this difficult time they could think of, even if it was an unusual sort.
Originally Posted by DiaperSissyCrissy
"It sounds like they were good friends, and that they cared about you a lot. I wish I'd been able to meet them." Cinderella giggled as Aurora related the story of her dress. "But I think I agree that pink suits you perfectly."
It was a lovely contrast, to be sure, Aurora's soft pink against the serene blue of Cinderella's own gown; they complimented each other and went well together, much like how Cinderella was coming to think of her friendship with Aurora.
Aurora reached over and hugged Cinderella once again. There were no words to express how much better her new friend had made her feel.
Originally Posted by Princess_Saturn
"Come," Aurora said at last. She stood up and led Cinderella by the hand back to the entry hall outside the great dining hall. She was anxious to meet up with Princess Ariel and Princess Belle, to introduce all of her new friends to her father King Stefan, and also to learn what, if anything, her father and his knights had learned about the events of today.
Ariel and Belle, however, had not arrived at the entry hall. Instead, Daisy was waiting.
"Highnesses," she said, curtseying to Aurora and Cinderella. "My sincerest apologies... I went looking for Princess Ariel and Princess Belle, but they were not in their room and I was unable to find them. However, I heard his excellency, the young captain Sir Cullen, say he had seen both their highnesses by the kitchen on the other side of the great hall. He said something seemed to be troubling them, and he seemed particularly concerned for Princess Ariel."
Aurora glanced at Cinderella, then turned back to Daisy. "Thank you very much for letting us know, Daisy," she said kindly.
Turning back to Cinderella, Aurora asked the other princess quietly, "What do you think it is?"
Cinderella returned Aurora's hug gladly, her heart leaping a little in her chest at the contact.
She wasn't sure why she felt so warm and comfortable around Aurora in particular, but Cinderella decided it was simply Aurora's pure heart and their shared destiny that made her feel so close to her friend so quickly. She'd never really had a human friend before; she would never discount Jaq and the others, but Aurora was the first girl of her age and station that Cinderella had ever had a chance to get close with. It was...a nice feeling. Cinderella hoped that she and Aurora could be good friends with the other two princesses joining them as well.
She was rather puzzled when Ariel and Belle were not at the entry hall when they returned, and wondered if her decision to talk to Aurora alone had disrupted their plan to meet here. She didn't see anything for it, though; talking to Aurora had been the right thing to do, and she'd do it again. They just had to find the other two, that was all.
"I'm not sure, Aurora," Cinderella murmured. "I don't think anything bad could have gotten into the castle without us knowing..."
They had gone off on their own in some distress, Ariel in particular? Cinderella wondered if perhaps Aurora wasn't the only one of her new friends that had something troubling them they wanted to keep private...
Stitch heard Ariel and Belle talk around the table, he saw the sillouettes of the two princesses feet from under the table cloth. He was a bit worried, he didn't exactly fit into this world so he wanted to avoid as much unecessary contact as possible.
Stitch creened his ears as he heard Belle ask Ariel to look under the table, apparently he wasn't as subtle and sneaky as he thought he was. Stitch watched as one of the sillouettes got bigger, indicating someone was getting closer. Stitch began to worry a little as he looked around for a place to hide, but then decided to see if he could outwit these two. Stitch scuddled to the opposite end of the table from where the princesses were and lifted up the tablecloth. He came out from under the table, but stayed on the opposite end of the table. From this positioning, Stitch could keep away from the princesses by keeping the table between them and him.
Ariel was relieved to hear that Belle would keep her secret from the others, but wasn't all too excited to reveal her secret to the others. Areil didn't see what Belle saw, but was interested in seeing if there was something here. Ariel hurried after Belle as they entered the dining hall and wondered what Belle saw.
"Um Belle, what did you see?" Ariel asked as her curiosity began to heighten. Ariel knelt down and lifted up the tablecloth, following Belle's suggestion. Ariel didn't see anything under the table, so she crawled under the table to see if she missed anything. "Belle! I don't see anything under here.", Ariel said with half her boddy under the table and her lower body out from under it.
"I Guess it moved away from there, I know somthing was under that table. Well anyway we better get back to the others. They are probably looking for us." Belle said pondering where that thing she saw went. she began to walk away and then turned to Ariel. "Please tell me you will think about telling them that you are a mermaid. like i said it will probably give us a few answers and besides they will not judge you for it. I bet if anything they will probably be in aw of it. I know i was." Belle said as she huged Ariel. "There hearts are full of pure love, I can feel it, just like yours."
Originally Posted by SlaveTrainer13
Aurora took Cinderella's hand.
Originally Posted by Princess_Saturn
"I am not so sure," she said softly. "Maleficent slipped into this castle unhindered more than once. We should go make sure the others are all right."
Despite her coyness and emotional frailty, Aurora knew her way around the castle. All the time spent in the woods during her youth, she'd never gotten lost. Once she'd come home, learning her way around the castle had been easy.
Aurora led Cinderella down the hallway toward where she was certain the other princesses had been seen, based on Daisy's explanation. Sure enough, on the kitchen's side of the great hall, Aurora spotted Ariel and Belle in the doorway, and waved to them.
"Princess Ariel, Princess Belle," she greeted. "Is everything all right?"
Cinderella held Aurora's hand tightly as her friend took the lead, worry growing in her. From Aurora's tales, Malificent was long gone, but if something like her had entered the castle, they could all be in grave danger; and after that dragon this morning, Cinderella was prepared to believe a number of bad things were abroad in the changed world. Cinderella stuck close as Aurora led the way, privately impressed by how easily her companion navigated the castle.
I got lost so often starting out at mine...some people really are born to this kind of life. She thought, smiling a little.
Cinderella was relieved to find Ariel and Belle unharmed, although she was a little puzzled about what they were doing.
Perhaps they got bored of waiting for us. I'll have to apologize if that was it, but I couldn't wait to talk to Aurora.
“Oh” belle said. “Ya were fine. I just thought I heard something in here. I am sure it is nothing to be worried about. However I must say I am getting hungry. What about you Ariel? Were is the dining room?”
Ariel came out from under the table and brushed herself off a little. She turned her attention to Belle who told her that she should reveal her secret to Princess Aurora and Cinderella.
"Okay, I'll tell the others about my secret after dinner tonight." Ariel answered in an uneasy manner. Ariel didn't really confess to Belle about being a mermaid since Belle had actually deduced the fact that Ariel was a mermaid. Ariel was still a little uneasy about trusting her new aquantainces with her secret, but Ariel knew that if she had any chance of getting back to her world, then she would had to put her trust in her new friends.
Ariel and Belle headed out of the room when Aurora and Cinderella were approaching them from down the hallway.
"Aurora. Cinderella. It's good to see you again. Where are we dining tonight?" Ariel asked as company stood and conversed outside the room.
Stitch heard the two ladies leave the room and picked up on the voices of two other ladies outside the room. Stitch also picked up on the loud shouts eminating from behind the door on the far side of the room. Stitch scurried over to the door and leaned his ear against it. He could hear yells from what sounded like a chef, barking orders to the cooks. Stitch then heard a young maiden say to begin wheeling out food to the dining hall. Stitch heard the sounds of squeaking wheels and backed away to the other side of the door. The door swung opene and a parade of carts clothed in white linens and carrrying silver serving platters made it's way out of the room. Stitch quickly rolled under the last cart and rode the cart to the dining room and to a free meal.
Aurora was a little concerned when Belle said she and Ariel thought they'd heard something. She checked to make sure Flora's wand was securely in her dress sleeve and easily within reach. Even so, after the events of today, the castle guards were all on high alert.
"Come, my friends," she explained, "this is far side of the great hall. We will be dining with my father and mother at the other end." Aurora led her friends back the way she and Cinderella had come looking for Belle and Ariel, while the kitchen staff finished preparing the great hall for supper.
Once the great hall was prepared, all members of the castle court filed in and took their places at their tables, but remained standing while trumpets sounded and the herald announced the arrival of their Royal Majesties, King Stefan and Queen Leah. The King and Queen entered smiling and seated themselves on their thrones at the head table.
Then the trumpets sounded again and the herald announced, "Her Royal Highness, Princess Aurora, and her company!"
Aurora turned to her new friends and smiled. "Come my friends!"
Cinderella was relieved that Ariel and Belle had simply gone off to explore a sound and were all right, but she also noticed that they hadn't found out what made the noise. Like Aurora, she kept the concern in her mind, although for the most part she seemed to simply be looking forward to dinner.
Getting to know her new friends and Aurora's parents better seemed intriguing to Cinderella; she'd only met one king before, after all, and her mother-in-law had died a long time ago, so she'd never met a queen at all.
Very impressed by the great hall and the fanfare of their entrance, Cinderella smiled, walking next to Aurora. Still, since Aurora's parents were present, not to mention Ariel and Belle, Cinderella had let go of Aurora's hand, not wanting to seem improper given the circumstances.
Belle walked down the halls with ariel by her side. The dining room was esquizet. This got her thinking about her castle and hoping everyone was ok. She looked and could see ariel was probably thinking similarly. She tried to brake the tension “you know I wonder what made that noise?Oh well doesn’t matter now." She approached the king and queen. As she looked to them she gave a curtsy. She read enough about educate to know what to do.
Originally Posted by Princess_Saturn
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