Wait, I signed her up once it was determined that she was a SURVIVOR of the shipwreck. This was important to me.
She had to get all dirtied up to play a penniless passenger.
I don't think I can describe exactly how comfortable my child was having not one, but two lovely make up artists fussing over her. Like it was totally normal.
What do you mean they didn't have Dora crocs in 1849? Get my agent on the phone.
Although her burlap sack-like ensemble was far, FAR from the very sparkly princess garb she had been used to wearing, she was thrilled to be in a COSTUME.
Luckily they weren't shooting this re-enactement anywhere near icebergs, or water for that matter. Welcome to the magic of green screen!
Since she was to be rescued from the ocean, she had to be wet. Julie from wardrobe sprayed her with water which was about as unpleasant as it sounds.
Being rescued from the water by her mother.
Director Brian McKenna watching her performance on the monitor.
Brian and the crew.
Once her scene was over, she went to her trailer and sipped champagne while playing with her contractually required orange balloon.
One more group shot at the end and voilà! That's a wrap!
OK, unable to end a post with my kid dressed like that, here she is at the Crystal Palace brunch at the Magic Kingdom:
And there it is. Just think, you can say that you knew her when!
Seriously, not hoping that L will be an actor for realz. But we're having fun with opportunities as they come.
Although... You gotta admit, she looks pretty comfortable in a sparkly costume:
I will end by saying that we have successfully cleared ALL errant Halloween candy from this house. My hips are relieved.
And that Stéphane bought a Christmas present for Liliane today which is impressive because a) it's only November 7 and b) IT'S ONLY NOVEMBER 7. He's such a hero.
Oh and I went to TWO cardio classes this week and totally enjoyed myself. Go me.
Have a great week everybody!