Lady Tremaine's The Legend Of Cinderella

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There was once a fair maiden named Cinderella. She lived with her stepmother; Lady Tremaine, and her two stepsisters Anastasia and Drizella. Unfortunately for Cinderella, she was always treated as a servant and a peasant at home. Due to her never socializing enough to actually have friends she was so desperate that she befriended mice. She was so selfless yet her family was the complete opposite. One morning, she was working on the floor with a rag and then there was a knock on the door. As she opened the big brown doors there was a short man with a black sack on his back filled with invitations, he handed Cinderella one of the invitations. She walked back inside and read the invitation out loud to the mice. It was an invitation to the royal ball! The damsel ran up the …show more content…
The fairy godmother told Cinderella that the spell would be broken at midnight. Cinderella’s carriage rushed to the castle for the ball. She walked inside to where the event was being held and started walking around. The prince saw Cinderella alone and walked towards her. They both started dancing together and danced outside of the castle. The infatuated broad looked over at the clock and saw that it was nearly midnight, she rushed and told the prince that she had to go. For the reason of her rush her shoe fell off, the prince quickly noticed and went to get it. He demanded to the duke to search for the girl in which her foot will fit the shoe. The duke searched all over the kingdom for her. Exhausted, he reached a house which turned out to be Lady Tremaine’s. He walked into the home without knowing that the woman he is searching for is in the house, neither does she know he is there because she is locked in her room. The two stepsisters came rushing to him and desperately tried to fit their foot in the shoe, but their feet were too

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