Everything Rapunzel suggested sounded very appealing to Charlotte at the moment, especially the shopping part. Lottie was never one to turn town a good ol’ shopping spree. She decided, however, that she could wait until the end of her trip. Charlotte smirked at the mention of a ‘handsome man’. “Ooh, a handsome man, huh? He doesn’t happen to be a prince, does he?” she joked. “I would most certainly love to have tea with you!”
She beamed. ”Excellent! Come with me!” she strode up towards the palace, the guards falling in place behind and around them at a respectable distance. It occurred to her that she hadn’t yet mentioned she was the princess. She always forgot about that. ”Well… he’s going to be a prince, when we’re married this autumn. Because… I’m a princess! And this is my home!” She gestured forward at the palace. ”He’s my fiance. His name is Eugene, and you can call him that or Flynn, or Handsome, he likes that.”
Charlotte followed Rapunzel as she took in all of their surroundings. The palace was undeniably beautiful. With her overly-enthusiastic smile and small skips woven into her walk, Lottie realized that she probably seemed very childish at the moment, but she didn’t care. It was all so exciting! Charlotte La Bouff in a real life castle! “Oh, my goodness! You’re a princess!” She was definitely squealing now. “I’ve never met a princess befor- Well, actually, there’s Tia, but that’s different! Oh, ain’t this just the bees knees?!” Lottie felt as if she was living a childhood dream. “That’s amazin’! You gettin’ married to Eugene this autumn! Congratulations!” She continued to follow Rapunzel into the beautiful palace, becoming more and more ecstatic with each step she took.