It's the happiest place on earth. And, judging by the wide smiles their faces, these stars all agree. Celebrities including Mark Wright, Rochelle and Marvin Humes and Stacey Solomon spent the day at Disneyland Paris earlier week where they joined children from three London charities for a very special outing.
Marvin and Rochelle Humes shared a kiss in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle
Flying on a specially chartered British Airways jet for their day out, the youngsters enjoyed a personal 'meet and greet' with some of their favourite Disney characters – including the world-famous Mickey and Minnie Mouse – before having lunch with the stars and then spending the afternoon having a go on some of the rides before watching the magical parade.
And it wasn't just the children who took advantage of all that Disneyland had to offer. Marvin and Rochelle Humes took the opportunity to show their two-year-old daughter Alaia-Mai around the park. The adorable couple posed in front of Sleeping Beauty's Castle in the middle of the resort before later meeting Daisy Duck.
TV presenter Mark Wright was accompanied by his gorgeous sisters, Jessica and Natalya
Former X Factor star Stacey brought along her four-year-old son Leighton for the day out, with the singer helping serve breakfast on the plane as the group left London. "BEST DAY EVER!", she wrote on Twitter. "Thank u @DisneylandParis @British_Airways I hope all of u amazing people enjoyed it as much as we did."
Stacey Solomon with her adorable son Leighton
Mark Wright came along with his sisters Jessica and Natalya and the trio wasted no time in trying out the teacup ride. They later had their photos taken with Disney's famous residents Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald and Daisy Duck and Goofy. Referring to his actress wife Michelle Keegan, who was unable to attend as she is currently filming Our Girl in South Africa, Mark later tweeted: "While the wife's away.......... I had a selfie with Minnie today. Had a great time..."
More than 40 deserving young people from the Carers Trust, Body and Soul and The Royal Docks Learning and Activity Centre were selected to join the trip, with flights provided by British Airways. The Carers Trust supports young carers who often have to cope with looking after family members who are unable to take care of themselves. Body & Soul helps young people and their families who are affected by HIV while the Royal Docks Learning and Activity Centre helps improve the education and welfare prospects for local people