Barbie Princess Adventure to air on Pop this month

Published on: 25th September 2020

The new Barbie Princess Adventure toy range and film inspired soundtrack is available now.

Barbie Princess Adventure Pop

Following the success of the first full length Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures special, which launched on Pop in October 2019, Barbie will launch an all new sing-along film, Barbie Princess Adventure, which premieres on Pop on Saturday 26th September.

The new film follows Barbie and her friends as they travel the country of Floravia to meet Princess Amelia, who is nervous about becoming queen and devises plans to trade places with Barbie. When a rival prince finds out what has taken place, Barbie and her friends team up to stop him and rescue the princess in time for her coronation.

“Barbie Princess Adventure is a key way for kids to connect with the character of Barbie, her friends and family through real-life adventures and relatable stories. The new film is filled with sing-along songs we know kids will love,” commented Kelly Philp, marketing director, Mattel UK.

Kids can sing along with the songs featured in the new film with official soundtrack, available now on Spotify.

The new Barbie Princess Adventure toy range from Mattel is also available now. Inspired by the film, the range includes the Deluxe Princess Barbie doll and Ken Prince doll, as well as the Prance and Shimmer horse with touch-activated features like lights, sounds, songs and realistic movements. The horse can play three original songs from the movie and dances along with the song.


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