Disney World’s ultra-popular salon for little knights and princesses, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, is adding a new location and giving another a makeover.

The new location, set to open this summer, will be located in the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa along the Magic Kingdom monorail loop. It will take over the spot currently occupied by the Ivy Trellis Salon, which will be moved into the Senses spa.

At the same time, the original Magic Kingdom salon will get some enhancements.

“Work will begin this spring to expand the location, adding more chairs, a very special magic mirror, and a transformation experience that will help guests choose the perfect outfits and accessories,” Jennifer Fickley-Baker, editorial content manager for Walt Disney World, wrote on the Disney Parks Blog.

The boutique will remain open during the renovation and existing reservations will not be affected, according to Disney.

The original Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique opened in what was is now called Disney Springs in April 2006. Aimed at young guests, the boutique offers a variety of princess-themed makeover packages ranging in price from $65 to $450 and “knight” packages, sword and shield included, for between $20 and $80.

Its success led Disney to add another salon inside the Magic Kingdom in 2007. The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim got its own version in 2009.

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