This year’s Princess Leia celebration in Florida was marred by a serious safety problem, and it’s not a very good one.
The event had to be canceled due to a cake shortage, but the cake shortage has now been fixed.
The Princess Leia Celebration in Orlando, Florida, is scheduled to be held on May 26, but Disney officials said that they were going to have to temporarily cancel the event due to the cake supply shortage.
“It was a bit scary for all the folks that were there, especially those who are going to be able to see this and are going get to be part of the show,” said Chris Anderson, the Executive Vice President of Publicity for Disney.
“So we’re going to start a special pre-event cake to help us with the supply, so that people who have to get tickets and can’t come in for the event can still be part.”
Anderson said that the company is working on getting a special supply of Leia cake to go out to people who need it, so it will be back up on the line for the festivities in Florida.
The special cake will be available for purchase for those who can’t get tickets to the Princess Lease Celebration.
But that’s not the only cake shortage in the world of Princess Leasing.
The Celebration at Disney’s Animal Kingdom park in Orlando was canceled due a shortage of the royal blue cake.
And this year’s Celebration at Epcot was postponed due to an issue with the royal icing.
The cake shortage will only affect people who purchased tickets for the Princess lease event.
But it’s a reminder of the need for quality cake for the big day.
“We do want to make sure that we provide a wonderful cake that is unique and has a unique flavor,” said Anderson.
“The cake shortage is the icing problem that is affecting us.
That icing problem is not the icing.
It’s the cake.”
The Princess Leases Celebration at the Animal Kingdom in Orlando is scheduled for May 27.