Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 26, 2016
    Imelda from CA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hello. My daughter will be celebrating her 17th birthday on August 8th at Disney World. She is so excited about it. How can a make reservation for her to meet Belle at the Be Our Guest restaurant?

    Hello Imelda,

    First let me wish your princess a happy 17th birthday!  There is no better way to celebrate than a trip to Walt Disney World.  I take my family there for every birthday celebration, and now my kids are 15 and 18; they still look forward to it!

    Belle is not located at Be Our Guest restaurant.  Currently, only the master of the castle, Beast, has meet and greets there.  You can meet Belle at Epcot daily.  Please pick up a Times Guide at your Disney resort in the morning or at the park entrance.  It will list the times and locations of all the meet and greets that are scheduled throughout the park that day.

    Thanks for visiting the Moms Panel.  Have a magical vacation!

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Meet the Panelist: Marisol, Florida

Magic Kingdom still takes my breath away, but my favorite place to be is on a Disney ship looking at the horizon and breathing in that crisp, clean ocean air!  I love planning Disney vacations for others and making sure it's more than they dreamed. Learn More About Marisol

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