PHOTO REPORT: Magic Kingdom 1/5/20 (Retro Cherry Wall Clock, New Pirates of the Caribbean Tee, Mary Poppins Takes a Ride, and More)

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Hello from a chilly Magic Kingdom! Yesterday, it was shorts and t-shirt weather, but today, people are walking around in heavy jackets with gloves and hats on. What the heck, Mother Nature? We’re just going to have to channel our inner Elsa and pretend the cold never bothered us anyway.

Let’s see what’s happening around the park!

As we entered the park, Mary Poppins was on a walk around Main Street.

Once she spotted a car, she invited a family to join her for a ride to Cinderella Castle.

Inside of Curtain Call Collectibles, we noticed one of the FuelRod machines was out of order.

In Main Street Confectionary, we found another addition to the Retro Cherry Kitchen Housewares Collection. The new wall clock has a shiny red and silver frame with a white and blue face.

In the center of the clock’s face, Mickey and Minnie sit at a table sharing a milkshake. The text of the face of the clock reads “Keen and Cute.” The clock’s hands have cherries in a Mickey shape on the ends. On the clock’s face the twelve, three, six, and nine numbers have been replaced with Mickey-shaped cherries. It retails for $49.99.

We spotted some blinged-out Arribas Brothers shot glasses in Crystal Arts. The first design features Cinderella Castle in full color. Red and black rhinestones in the shape of Mickey sit in the starry sky outside the castle.

This design is available in clear and frosted glass. It costs $8.50.

The second shot glass design we found has “Walt Disney World” in gold letters. Red and black rhinestones in the shape of Mickey dot the “I” in Disney.

The shot glass is made out of a sturdy bockling glass. It costs $9.

Over at the Emporium, we spotted a unique bag.

This reversible bag has Minnie’s bow and polka dots on one side.

When flipped inside out, it has a design inspired by Mickey’s iconic pants.

A detachable Mickey glove change purse also comes with the bag.

The change purse has a small zipper pocket. This entire bag retails for $44.99.

Fancy Nancy now has her own open edition pin, where she poses in front of a blue butterfly. It costs $9.99.

We discovered these Park Life mint tins on the candy rack. The white tin’s design shows Mickey and Minnie sitting in a teacup. Images from other Magic Kingdom attractions surround them, such as Space Mountain, Jungle Cruise and Prince Charming Regal Carrousel.

The mints are in the shape of the Fab Five.

The other new mint tin is blue and shows Mickey, Goofy and Donald being typical tourists. Mickey strolls along, while Donald snaps some pictures. Goofy uses a magnifying glass to examine a map.

Work continues to progress on TRON Lightcycle Run.

The most noticeable change is the new wall panels on the show building.

In Storybook Circus, we found new Frozen 2 leather keychain and bag tag designs. One keychain features Elsa and reads “True to Myself.” It has a silver ring.

The Anna design has a gold keyring and reads “Live Your Truth.”

The Olaf bag tag has a close up of our favorite snowman’s face with his name written multiple times in the background.

A heart-shaped bag tag shows a determined Elsa looking ahead as Nokk rears up in the background. The word “Spirit” is written in a scrawled text.

The keychains and bag tags are $12.99 and include a personalized engraving.

At Hundred Acre Goods, we found a Tervis Winnie the Pooh sippy cup. Pooh marches along wearing a bearskin royal guard hat and waving a British flag. Piglet follows, balancing a cup of tea.

The back of the cup has printed this A.A. Milne quote: “Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.” Below the quote, Eeyore mopes along while Tigger plays with a ball.

This sippy cup retails for $21.99.

Don’t worry, adults. There’s a large Winnie the Pooh Tervis tumbler available just for you! Pooh is joined by his friends Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore as they examine a globe. Toys symbolic of the United Kingdom are scattered at their feet, such as teacups, a toy double decker bus and building blocks that spell out “UK.”

Below the characters is an A.A. Milne quote that reads, “You can’t stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come find you. You have to go to them sometimes.” This tumbler is $26.99.

A cast member performed some slapstick comedy in Frontierland by pretending to putt a balled-up piece of paper into his dust pan.

We found our new favorite t-shirt at Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar, the gift shop at the exit of Pirates of the Caribbean. The gray shirt features a skull and crossbones, but the skull is wearing an eye patch. The shirt’s text reads, “It’s all fun & games until someone needs an eyepatch.” It’s $29.95.

Well, that finishes our day at Magic Kingdom. Count yourself lucky you didn’t have to brave the cold to see what’s new in the park. Check WDWNT for all of the latest Disney Parks news!

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