Cinderella's Royal Table boys??

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  1. mymeme

    mymeme Mouseketeer

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    We will be vacationing with a4 year old little boy. If we reserve CRT will he be only boy there????

    Thanks for some info from ones that have been
     
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  3. ThumpersWorld

    ThumpersWorld Mouseketeer DVC Gold

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    Not at all. We went for lunch at the castle a few years ago when our boys were almost 3 and 5yrs and they had a great time. They have swords for the boys and mine enjoyed getting their pictures taken with the princesses. I wanted to do it before they got too old. Now they are 7 1/2 and 5 and my 7 year old wouldn't want to go. So do it now while your DS is 4! Enjoy!
     
  4. mymeme

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    Thanks so much! My dh was a little worried!!
     
  5. etail

    etail Episodic Veteran

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    We took our son there. That many face characters made him shy but he enjoyed it. At that time Peter Pan was there as well but actual characters may vary I suppose. And it is in a castle!
     
  6. ArmyVet80

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    My wife and I went to CRT and we do not have children. lol. There were plenty of little guys and gals there. We went to cross it off the list of eateries to go to while at WDW. Food was ok. Atmosphere was pretty cool.
     
  7. RookieLady

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    My boys are 11 and 8 and we have been multiple times. They are not interested in the princesses at all, but they love those swords. They actually request to go for that reason (over other character interactions). I thought I was the only mother of boys who got up early to ensure a reservation.
     
  8. belle912

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    He will not be there only boy there - promise!! My family has gone to the breakfast a few times when the kids were younger. The last time we went the boys in our multi-family trip were having just as much fun as the girls and they were about 15-16 and 12. I think they liked having their pics taken with the hot girls :rotfl2: (versus the princess) but it all worked out and we had a great time!! The princesses spend just as much time with them as they do the girls. A younger boy will fit right in and will not be the only one there. They still have a great time (especially before age 8)
     
  9. ktak08

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    We have a breakfast ADR at CRT and will be there with boys also! They could care less about the princesses, but are SO excited to eat in the castle!
     
  10. Raspberry Bubbles

    Raspberry Bubbles I was Cinderella for the day!

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    Us too! Now, all I need is for the BBB to offer Prince packages!
     
  11. bumbershoot

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    They have Knight packages, which is the same idea. Prince Phillip sword and shield is included, and they gel up the hair (spikes or slicked back).
     
  12. Raspberry Bubbles

    Raspberry Bubbles I was Cinderella for the day!

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    We've booked the knights package. I'd just like to see Prince packages with costumes is all.
     
  13. itradehilton

    itradehilton Mouseketeer

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    I took my DS's age 14 and 12 to the CRT and I loved watching Cinderella tease my 14 year old. :goodvibes
     
  14. disneymom88

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    We have and ADR for CTR this October. DS have been asking forever to eat inside the castle. He doesn't really care about the princesses, but eating in the castle is what make CTR magical for him. Even DH is excited about it lol :laughing:
     
  15. disneywalkers

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    We have 6 kids, 4 girls and 2 boys and last year my 14 year old and 5 year old boys enjoyed it. My oldest boy loved the food and my youngest boy loved the swords and the Princesses :)

    This year we're going again and they are both a year old and looking forward to it. There's something about being IN the castle :)
     
  16. littlejen22

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    Tell your DH to stop being sexist! Many boys love the attention from the princesses and he will gets lot of attention if he wants it. My son dressed as Prince Charming tr first two times we went at 3 and 4yo. That said he could be the only boy because I do not remember seeing others but I do not care either. And we are going back mostly because my DH loves the breakfast there.
     
  17. PrincessKida

    PrincessKida Annual Passholder, Princess Lover, Wilderness Expl

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    No he will certainly be fine! The characters will be Cinderella down stairs when you first enter, and most likely Aurora, Snow White, Ariel and Jasmine. Have fun! My BF and I went for lunch 2 weeks ago and we loved it.
     
  18. bumbershoot

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    The question wasn't about if they should take a boy there, but "will he be only boy there". I assume that is what her DH was worried about.



    Honestly I saw no other solo boys but my son when we were there; all other boys were with sisters (or cousins or whatever). But what an 8 year old notices is definitely going to be different than what a littler guy will notice.
     

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