Thought to be descended from royalty, Princess Ponies are always fiddling with their sparkly tiaras, waving their hooves at passers-by and performing pirouettes. If their regal routines fail to impress, prepare to be outstanded, because they can make their manes and tails change colour by jingling their jewellery. One trick ponies? No way! Years ago, I was lucky enough to attend a Princess Pony party. It was a real honour, as I danced with the belle of the ball and was taught how to curtsy like a pony - not easy when you've only got two legs!
Thought to be descended from royalty, Princess Ponies are always fiddling with their sparkly tiaras, waving their hooves at passers-by and performing pirouettes. If their regal routines fail to impress, prepare to be astounded because they can make their manes and tails change colour by jingling their jewelery. One trick ponies? No way!
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Supposedly descended from royalty, Princess Ponies actually come from the lowly Old Knackersville, near Gluey Gulch. However, these haughty horses are anything but hum-drum.
Always straightening their tiaras and waving a regal hoof at people, Princess Ponies strive to be the centre of attention, winning rosettes whenever they can. If all else fails, there are mains and tails - these Moshlings can change the colour of theirs simply by jangling their jingly jewellery!
Despite their boastful behaviour, I've discovered that Princess Ponies come from a humble area known as Old Knackersville near Gluey Gulch.
Haughty, fickle, magical.
Sparkly candy apples and winners' rosettes.
Nosebags (terribly common) and flat shoes.
- Princess Ponies are the only actual pony species in the Ponies set, with Angel being a unicorn, Gigi a mule/unicorn and Mr. Snoodle an elephant.
- Priscilla had a free code to get her as a plushie - this has now expired.
- Priscilla is the only Moshling in the Ponies set to not require Hot Silly Peppers in their seed combination.