TRENDING: How much does it take to get married like a princess in Disney World?

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Have you ever dreamed of marrying your Prince Charming in a castle?

Now, that dream can be a reality! But, there's one condition, you practically need to have a royal treasury.

So, how much does it cost to have your dream wedding in Cinderella's castle?

A cool $75,000! And that's only the minimum.

"To have your ceremony in front of the castle, which allows for just 100 people and a ceremony time of 9:30 a.m. sharp, there is a $25,000 minimum fee," a representative of the park told Cosmpolitan. "That's excluding food and beverage and other expenditure minimums, which total the $75,000. This, again, is for the ceremony alone. You can't have your reception in the same location."

He also revealed that couples who long to have a "fairy godmother" to oversee everything and make sure everything is as magical as they dreamed it would be, usually have a "sky is the limit" budget.

The happiest place on earth can be the venue for the happiest day of your life---for a price.

You can view the entire price breakdown at disneyweddings.com.

Ad featuring Interracial family sparks outrage and support on social media

A simple ad promoting an upcoming sale for a popular clothing brand just wanted to convey a larger message on race and diversity.

They didn't expect the mixed social media reactions it would get.

Some Twitter users expressed outrage, calling it "disgusting".

But, thankfully, more people lauded the ad's message and showed overwhelming support.

 

'Bad Mums' trailer hilariously depicts the realness of motherhood

'Bad Mums' could easily be one of the most relatable movies for parents ever; at least that's what its recently released trailer promises viewers.

Any mom who's rushed their kids to school with little to no sleep or has ever been bullied by other parents can surely relate to the movie's lead characters portrayed by celebrity moms Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, Kristen Bell and Christina Applegate.

It tells the story of Amy (Mila Kunis) who has to join forces with two other moms (portrayed by Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn) to relieve herself of the pressure of becoming the perfect PTA mom.

The hilarious trailer features excellent comedic timing and just the right amount of foul language to delight parents who've gotten used to censoring themselves for most of the day.

The creators of the film also penned the massive hit comedy "The Hangover".

Watch the full trailer below.

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Bianchi Mendoza