The prince and the princess picked up a fairy child on the way to the magical kingdom. The fairy child promised them a new carriage if they showed her to the magical kingdom. As shown below, not all "fairy tails" have a happy ending. Here are two young squires with the bad fairy tail, dressed to the nines, actually more like dressed to the fives and sevens. The prince and princess got their carriage for showing the fairy child how to get to the magic kingdom, but the carriage was built for fairies.
Here is the prince with an impostor who was trying to beguile the princess into thinking he was her husband. Although the two look alike, the princess foiled the plot by discerning that her true love had a lot more forehead and a lot less muscles than the impostor. To get back the fairy child for deceiving them, the prince and princess gave the fairy a magical elixir and binky. The fairy child would sleep as long as she wasn't waken by a kiss from the prince's sandpaper beard. The prince and the princess ended their magical journey to the Land of Disney by seeing a magician's show called World of Color. It was a perfect way end a magical trip and they lived happily ever after.