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Disney’s New Latina Princess Gets Her Own Doll

Remember we told you last year about Disney's new Latina princess, Princess Elena of Avalor? Well here's a sneak peek at the new Elena doll.

Elena dolls will be released February 12 in New York City and made available when the show "Elena of Avalor" premiers this summer. Dominican actress Aimee Carrero, the voice of Elena in the new Disney Channel series, said she is honored to represent the Latina community.

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"It is such an honor to be the voice of Elena of Avalor, and to see her as a doll is absolutely surreal," she said. "I cannot wait for audiences around the world to meet her!"

IMAGE: AIMEE CARRERO
Actress Aimee Carrero, who voices the title role in Disney's "Elena of Avalor," gets a first-look at the new Elena doll during a recording session for the series in Burbank, California. The doll, from Hasbro, will debut at Toy Fair in New York City on Friday, February 12, and "Elena of Avalor," a new animated TV series set in a fairytale kingdom inspired by Latin cultures and folklore, will premiere this summer on Disney Channel. Matt Petit / Disney Junior

Set in a fairy tale land influenced by Latin cultures and folklore, "Elena of Avalor" will follow the story of a 16-year-old heiress to the throne of the Kingdom of Avalor. With the guidance of her Grandmother Luisa and Grandfather Francisco, Elena will learn the various cultures and demographics that make up her kingdom.

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