We just returned from Disney 5/2. Our trip could be published as the next volume of Lemmony Snickets series of unfortunate events. We had a great time, but have decided to return 12/1 to do a "make-up" Christmas Trip. While we were in parks, my DD16 was wearing a generic "celebration" pin. She was approached by a beautiful Princess Belle (she may have been 4, and obviously fresh from BBB) while in line. The little princess politely told my DD "Happy Birthday". My daughter realized it must have been her pin that triggered the birthday wishes, rather than correct her, she immediately returned the magic. Without skipping a beat, she whipped out her autograph book, told the little princess she had been trying to meet her all day. She requested and autograph and a picture with the little darling. The little girl was TICKLED that my daughter wanted her autograph, she was almost in tears when she turned back around to explain to her family, and her mom mouthed "thank-you" to my daughter. After the reaction my DD randomly approached several other little princesses. Reactions were all similar to the first one, and I have some great pictures of my daughter with Mini-Princesses. My daughter asked if she can do it again when we go back. I started thinking about it, and thought I would ask for advice. Any other time/location, I would FREAK out if a random stranger approached my young daughter, even more so when she was 4-9ish. *just to note, there was one little princess who may have been tired or shy...she obviously wasn't "into" it, my daughter just told her she looked beautiful, instead of the other spill. So princess moms, help me out. Is it ok for some random teenage girl to approach your princess and request an autograph and picture?