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The Little Princess reigns on Channel 5’s Milkshake

Further two series confirmed, while new publishing also hits shelves for popular character.

The Little Princess is to continue her reign on Channel 5’s Milkshake, with a further two series confirmed.

Based on the picture books by bestselling illustrator Tony Ross, The Little Princess will be joined by new characters and have a bigger scope of adventures in the fourth and fifth animated series premiering later this month.

A further 35 episodes have been ordered of The Little Princess, with the first ten of the new batch of episodes airing from Monday May 27, with episodes rolled out throughout the year. Series four is 18 x 11 minutes, while series five is 17 x 11 minutes (35 new episodes in total).

Meanwhile, Andersen Press will continue to be the publisher for The Little Princess, with a new title published for Easter this year – entitled I Want a Bunny!

Meanwhile, the 2018 hit I Want My Dad! will be published as a paperback this month in time for Father’s Day.

Since I Want My Potty first published in 1986, Tony Ross’ Little Princess has featured in over 25 original books published by Andersen Press, selling millions of copies in 31 languages around the world.

The character has also seen screen success in over 150 territories in the past ten years. In the UK she has appeared every morning on Channel 5’s Milkshake since 2006.

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