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Disney frozen 2 Elsa doll with snow scepter £29.99 @ Smyth's Toys
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Disney frozen 2 Elsa doll with snow scepter £29.99 @ Smyth's Toys

£29.99£39.9925%Smyths Toys Deals
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Posted 14th Nov 2019

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  • Includes: 1 Doll with 1 Dress and 1 Pair of Boots, 1 Scepter
  • Gift set includes Elsa Adventure Doll and Snow Scepter that plays Elsa's key song from the film
  • Wave the scepter to see a flurry of glittering snow swirl around Elsa
  • Inspired by Frozen 2 with authentic film details for fans to relive favourite story moments!
  • Dimensions: 12.06L X 38.1W X 27.94H cm
  • Requires 3 x AAA batteries (included)

Product Description The epic adventure continues in Disney Frozen 2, the exciting sequel to the hit film, Frozen! Join your beloved friends, Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven as they venture beyond Arendelle's gates to strengthen their bonds and make new discoveries that will change their lives forever.

Celebrate the courage of individuality with Disney Frozen 2 Elsa Doll and Snow Scepter. Elsa is poised, graceful and more powerful than she knows. The doll is dressed in her iconic outfit from the film and ready for adventure! Unleash your own snow powers by waving the Scepter and watch as a flurry of glittering snow swirls in the globe! Elsa Doll and Snow Scepter features artistic elements and Elsa's key song from the film.
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6 Comments
Or sceptre as we are English ?
missionhall14/11/2019 18:08

Or sceptre as we are English ?


Or Welsh, Scottish and Irish? I always refer to it as the U.K. when it’s relevant such as the difference between ours and the American/Canadian language......just saying.
The irony being you’ve got the Union Jack as your profile pic!
Edited by: "mazcymru" 14th Nov 2019
I just hate UK , it's just YUK without the Y. Would Great Britain be ok, or British ? UKish ?
But I can't say I've ever seen that spelling of that word before.
Anyhow, no offence intended and I am half Scottish. What would it be in Gaelic I wonder ?
But I appreciate the response.
missionhall14/11/2019 18:08

Or sceptre as we are English ?


Just copied how it is listed on Smyth's.totally agree with you.
missionhall14/11/2019 23:35

I just hate UK , it's just YUK without the Y. Would Great Britain be ok, …I just hate UK , it's just YUK without the Y. Would Great Britain be ok, or British ? UKish ?But I can't say I've ever seen that spelling of that word before. Anyhow, no offence intended and I am half Scottish. What would it be in Gaelic I wonder ? But I appreciate the response.


I used the abbreviation in this case however I do use the whole United Kingdom when speaking or maybe British depending on what context it’s being used, alternatively Great Britain in the past, sadly there’s nothing very ‘Great’ about it today imho.
I apologise too as I concede as how it may come across, I’m Welsh and very proud to be, but like you I’m half Scottish genetically......equally proud to be......as my Mother, Grandparents etc are from Scotland 🏴?????? and it drives me bonkers when people refer to the whole of the United Kingdom as just England, especially some Americans! Thank you for responding in the way you did.
Just.....let it go
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