Ever wonder what "happily ever after" really looks like? Dina Goldstein has. Her fantastic photo series, "Fallen Princesses" imagines the lives of beloved fairy tale and other Disney characters — after reality has set in.
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Little Red Riding Hood
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Daddy issues and a lying fiancé will do this do a girl.
The Princess and the Pea
She may be alone, but at least she looks comfortable.
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