Now in her second year as a Fairy Princess, 17-year-old Renee Rosinski volunteers her time with four other girls to make sure the holiday tradition continues at the Kansas City Museum. The Fairy Princess tradition began in the 1930s at Kline’s Department Store downtown. Here Rosinski poses for photos with 2-year-old Harper Felts.
Now in her second year as a Fairy Princess, 17-year-old Renee Rosinski volunteers her time with four other girls to make sure the holiday tradition continues at the Kansas City Museum. The Fairy Princess tradition began in the 1930s at Kline’s Department Store downtown. Here Rosinski poses for photos with 2-year-old Harper Felts. roy inman
Now in her second year as a Fairy Princess, 17-year-old Renee Rosinski volunteers her time with four other girls to make sure the holiday tradition continues at the Kansas City Museum. The Fairy Princess tradition began in the 1930s at Kline’s Department Store downtown. Here Rosinski poses for photos with 2-year-old Harper Felts. roy inman

The magic lives on: Kansas City’s Fairy Princess enthralls local kids

December 14, 2016 07:00 AM

UPDATED December 15, 2016 09:26 PM

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