DISNEY fans can buy limited edition retro clothing from the 90s, with a new range launched from Disneyland Paris.
Launched just in time for Christmas, the clothes all feature the EuroDisney branding – which is what the park used to be named.
The park, which first opened in 1992, was named Euro Disney for just two year, before changing to Disneyland Paris in 2002.
The items are part of the EuroDisney 1992 Revival Collection.
The range includes items such as t-shirts and jumpers as well as key rings, pins and mugs.
The item descriptions state: "In 1992, a little Disney magic came to Europe with the opening of Euro Disney, a theme park that would one day become Disneyland Paris.
"Featuring a classic 1990s design with bold, vibrant colours, it's a re-issue of the original April 1992 EuroDisney Collection."
They are available on the Shop Disney website here, with prices ranging from £7 to £39.90.
However, Disney has limited the amount on sale with just two of each item allowed per customer.
Disneyland Paris sadly remains closed right now due to the pandemic, with France under strict travel restrictions.
Disneyland California and Disneyland Hong Kong are also still closed, but Disney World has been able to reopen.
Disneyland Paris has lots of secrets which guests may not realise, including secret food menus and underground rubbish tunnels.
The park has released a free digital advent calendar for Disney fans unable to get their fix this December.
Aldi has launched Disney-themed stocking fillers from 79p, while one thrifty mum made Disney artwork for her kids for just £1.
Disney fans are getting in the festive spirit early with their very own Mickey Mouse-themed wreaths too.
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