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Local teenagers start business as princesses


Last updated 7/21/2022 at 1:50pm

In this picture, Karis Monge portrays Belle and Lena Gustafson is Cinderella for their new business, Happily Ever After Princess Co. Village News/Courtesy photo

FALLBROOK – Local teenagers Lena Gustafson and Karis Monge, both 14 and a half, have started their own business, Happily Ever After Princess Co.

Karis goes to Classical Academy High, and Lena goes to a co-op called Scholars Inspired to Lead. They are starting their business as a high school job opportunity that fits their love for Disneyland, singing, kids, and dressing up. "We've both done theatre locally. We've grown up in Fallbrook all our lives, just like our parents did," said Lena. "It is a dream come true for us to have the start of our business!" she added.

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