PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 12/15/19 (New Disney x Kate Spade Collection, Low Crowds, Redd Funko Pop! and More)

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It’s a rainy morning at the Magic Kingdom, but we’re not going to let that stop us! We’ve got our rain gear on and we’re ready to explore. Hopefully, the sun will make an appearance sometime today.

First, we noticed something was a little different. The hoards of holiday crowds were missing. Maybe the rain kept people in bed a bit longer?

The line for Starbucks Coffee NEVER looks like this.

Even the Main Street Trolley dancers struggled to find people to talk with. So, they decided to go shopping instead.

The new Disney x Kate Spade collection has appeared at Uptown Jewelers. We’re huge fans of the sleek, glittery Mickey pattern. See the whole collection.

Also in Uptown Jewelers, a new line of Disney Parks Collection watches debuted. The fun designs feature Mickey, Minnie and their pals. Prices range between $54.99 to $64.99. Get an up-close look at all the watches.

William Silvers is holding an event at Uptown Jewelers to sign his artwork.

We spotted this Lion King pitcher set at Crystal Arts. Each glass features unique artwork. The entire set is $195. 

The pitcher features the Lion King‘s main characters.

This hyena glass might be our favorite.

Unfortunately, the glasses can’t be purchased separately. They’re only available as a set.

Over at the Emporium, a new collection of bright orange merchandise has arrived. Can this park color be called “Disney Parking Cone Orange”? It includes an ombré orange spirit jersey ($64.99), a long-sleeved two-sided sequin top ($54.99), and a sequin short-sleeved shirt ($39.99).

With Christmas looming closer, it seems the need to sell some of this holiday merchandise is intensifying. Snowman light up cups (originally $24.99) are now on sale for $10.

You can now buy a Minnie mood bracelet for $14.99.

We like the jewel tones of these new Mickey-shaped studs, but they were too heavy to stay upright. We wonder if the same thing would happen on your ears. They retail for $19.99.

Oh look! The sun came out!

Some strange construction projects are happening in Tomorrowland. This weird construction box (not sure what else to call it) has appeared in Tomorrowland Terrace.

Outside of Tomorrowland Light and Power Co., a small area has been sectioned off by low construction walls. 

TRON Lightcycle Power Run construction continues. Check out our latest update!

We have good news and bad news. The good news is that Pete’s Silly Sideshow has reopened after a fire this week forced it and Big Top Souvenirs to close.

The bad news is that Big Top Souvenirs remains closed.

We weren’t lying when we said it wasn’t busy. The wait for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train was under an hour.

At Fantasy Faire, we spotted this new youth tee for all the young Zootopia fans out there. It cost $19.99.

Over in Adventureland, a new Redd Funko Pop! has sailed into Plaza Del Sol Caribe Bazaar. She can guard all of your rum for $19.99.

We were lucky the sun came out, so we didn’t spend our entire day in the rain.

That about does it for us! Thanks for following along. Tell us your favorite part of our day at Magic Kingdom in the comments!

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Kelly Morgan-Brown

Kelly lives in Central Florida with her Kiwi husband and bossy rat terrier. When not at a Disney Park, she can be found in the dance studio, listening to Broadway soundtracks, or planning her next travel adventure. Contact her at [email protected]