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Is Monaco’s princess carrying a Jollibee toy?

by | News

May. 17, 18 | 4:39 pm

Philippine-based fast food chain Jollibee has continued to grow through the years expanding its services to countries overseas including UAE and Saudi Arabia.

Who knew Jollibee’s influence has reached Monaco too?

In a photo posted on Instagram, 3-year-old Princess Gabriella of Monaco is seen holding what looks like a Jollibee toy while attending the Sainte-Devote procession on Corsica island.

More specifically, the toy seems to resemble one of the toys in the Jolly Musical Band collection released in 2017.

What do you think? Do you agree it is our beloved fast food character, Jollibee?

NOTE: Photo featured in the article was taken from ABS-CBN.

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