News! Royal Court Royal Tea on Disney Cruise Line’s Fantasy

We have news about a very special new experience that you can book with Disney Cruise Line!

Disney’s newest ship, the Fantasy, is now offering the Royal Court Royal Tea, an interactive experience featuring some of Disney’s most popular characters — the Disney Princesses.

Cinderella Greets Guests During the Royal Court Royal Tea

Hosted by Lady Chamomile and Chef Brule — two new characters created to bring the event to life — guests are invited to interact with several princesses while they dine on traditional teatime fare.

Lady Chamomile Brings the Royal Court Royal Tea to Life

Young guests also receive gifts. Girls are presented with tiaras and boys receive swords as they are announced to the assembly.

Belle at Tea with a Young Guest

But that’s not all. Boys will also receive a Duffy Bear in cruise finery, pins, and shields. Girls will be surprised by a Cinderella doll, a jewelry box, and a charm bracelet — to which the Princesses will add special charms (Dude!!!! Your kid would love this, right?). Both boys and girls also receive special autograph books.

Cinderella and a Little Prince

But gifts are and character interaction are only part of the fun. Guests also enjoy an assortment of Traditional Tea Fare. You’ll begin with savory bites, like Tea Sandwiches and Pinwheels.

Royal Tea Savory Bites and Tea Sandwiches

But there will also be sweet treats, such as Eclairs, Fruit Tarts, and Linzer Cookies. (Do I spy a Hidden Mickey?)

Royal Tea Sweets

Young guests will also enjoy a Tea Cupcake.

Royal Tea Cupcake

The Royal Court Royal Tea takes place in the ship’s Royal Court Restaurant, and can be booked through Disney Cruise Line for guests who have confirmed cruise reservations.

Does the Royal Court Royal Tea look like fun to you? Leave a comment and let us know your thoughts below!


  1. Asuka says

    Is this going to be limited to children only? I see an adult in the picture but am wondering about childless adults who would love tea with the Princesses.

  2. Tina says

    It is extremely expensive for what it is. $210 per child plus must be accompanied by an adult which is another $69.

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