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Myleene Klass’ family holiday at Disneyland Paris


Myleene Klass’ family holiday at Disneyland Paris

Television and radio presenter Myleene Klass has taken a well-deserved break from her busy schedule to enjoy a magical journey to Disneyland Paris with her partner, Simon Motson, and her children, Ava, Hero, and Apollo.

Myleene has previously taken her daughters to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida when they were young children. Now, as teenagers, and with the addition of 4-year-old Apollo, she relished the opportunity to bring the whole family together to experience the magic of Disneyland Paris.

“There’s something truly special about revisiting that magic together,” said Myleene. “You’re never too old for the enchantment of Disney and seeing it through Apollo’s eyes for the first time was incredibly emotional. The atmosphere at Disneyland Paris is infectious, you yourself revert back to being a kid.”

Despite Myleene’s demanding schedule, she emphasised the importance of making the most of their trip to Disneyland Paris as a way to relax and cherish time with family. “My family means everything to me. I blinked, and my little girls, who used to run around as their favourite Disney characters, Merida and Elsa, are suddenly teenagers. Making memories is more important than ever.”

And fortunately for Myleene, slipping into holiday mode was easier than expected: “It actually didn’t take as long as I thought. You put on those ears, walk through the gates, and instantly feel like a kid again!”

Arriving at the resort on April 8, 2024, their perfect family getaway included a stay at the iconic five-star Disneyland Hotel. Recently reopened after a stunning two-year renovation, it emerged as the world’s first hotel dedicated to Disney royalty. The Disneyland Hotel provided the perfect backdrop for Myleene’s family adventure, offering a wealth of amenities and enchanting experiences.

“The moment you walk into the lobby and see the chandelier featuring Sleeping Beauty’s castle, you just know it’s going to be a fairy-tale experience,” said Myleene. “The rooms are light and spacious, and the beds were sumptuously comfortable. Plus, the hotel cast members were amazing, anticipating our needs before we even asked! There’s also a swimming pool at the hotel, which we didn’t expect. I guess we had our minds trained on the parks!”

Myleene and her family not only enjoyed their stay at the Disneyland Hotel but also made the most of their visit to Disneyland Paris by immersing themselves in the resort’s array of attractions. Myleene, 46, Simon, 50, and her children Ava, 16, Hero, 13, and Apollo, 4, spent their days enjoying exhilarating attractions, exploring immersive lands, and witnessing various shows, including The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands and Disney Stars on Parade.

They also caught “TOGETHER: a Pixar Musical Adventure” show in Walt Disney Studios Park and enjoyed attractions like the Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups and Dumbo the Flying Elephant. This was followed by photo opportunities with beloved Disney characters, including Mickey and Minnie. “The characters in the parade were so friendly, and many came to give us a high-five. Minnie Mouse, in particular, gave Apollo the biggest hug. It was magical, and he was over the moon. The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands was fantastic to see, and it was just the perfect length for little Apollo.”

“We all loved ‘it’s a small world’ as well as the legendary Tea Cups and the nostalgic Peter Pan’s Flight attraction. My older children enjoyed Big Thunder Mountain and Hyperspace Mountain,” said Myleene.

The family also visited the Hero Training Center at the “Marvel Avengers Campus” and attended the “Disney Junior Dream Factory” show, concluding their day with relaxation back at the Disneyland Hotel.

Myleene reflected on her overall experience, highlighting the most magical moment from her time at Disneyland Paris: “I don’t think anyone can set their eyes on Sleeping Beauty’s castle and not be instantly transported back to their own favourite Disney memories,” she said. “Seeing your children experience the magic and witnessing their little faces light up when their favourite character waves at them – that’s what makes it all worth it.”

Discussing what makes Disneyland Paris ideal for a family break, Myleene said: “Any family knows how stressful travelling can be. But as Disneyland Paris is close, just a train ride away, it was all done over a matter of hours, with plenty to see.” And what’s Myleene’s all-important travel hack for maximising the enjoyment of a Disneyland Paris? “Honestly, my number one hack is to wear the comfiest trainers you can. We walked solidly with only two breaks on our first day for nine hours. Comfort is key!”

For further information about Disneyland Paris, please visit or call the Disney holiday experts at 03448 008 898.

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