Dagenham singer Stacey Solomon joins children on special Disneyland Paris trip

Louie Spence, Stacey Solomon; Singer, Alesha Dixon, Joe Swash and Lydia Bright joined children from

Louie Spence, Stacey Solomon; Singer, Alesha Dixon, Joe Swash and Lydia Bright joined children from three London charities for the magical outing to Disneyland Paris (Picture: Joanne Davidson/SilverHub for Disney) - Credit: Joanne Davidson/SilverHub for Disney

A former X Factor star was just one of a number of celebrities involved in a special visit to Disneyland Paris for disadvantaged youngsters.

Dagenham-born Stacey Solomon was involved in the trip with London charities Body and Soul, Fight for Peace and Oasis Children’s Venture, as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations of Disneyland Paris.

The group of celebrities, 40 children and parents took a British Airways flight from London City Airport, with the chance to meet their favourite characters, have lunch with the stars and enjoy the attractions.

Stacey said: “I think coming to Disneyland Paris with a group of children from different children’s charities is great. It gives you such a wonderful feeling. Disneyland Paris to me means family.

Stacey Solomon leads a singalong on the plane (Photo: Joanne Davidson/SilverHub for Disney)

Stacey Solomon leads a singalong on the plane (Photo: Joanne Davidson/SilverHub for Disney) - Credit: Joanne Davidson/SilverHub for Disney

“I did have a bit of sing song of Be Our Guest from Beauty and the Beast on the plane.”


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Other celebrities involved were actor and presenter Joe Swash, Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon, dancer Louie Spence and TOWIE’s Lydia Bright.

Louie Spence, Stacey Solomon; Singer, Alesha Dixon, Joe Swash and Lydia Bright with children from th

Louie Spence, Stacey Solomon; Singer, Alesha Dixon, Joe Swash and Lydia Bright with children from three London charities (Picture: Joanne Davidson/SilverHub for Disney) - Credit: Joanne Davidson/SilverHub for Disney

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