Thursday, December 27, 2007

Hilltown Families Get The Inside Scoop Of Life in Princess Katie's Castle!

Dear Diary:

Hilltown Families has been kind enough to ask me to be a guest blogger and write about life in the castle. Click the title of this post to read it!

Happy New Year!

Princess Katie

Wednesday, November 28, 2007


Dear Diary:

Here's the deal:

Fast & Feisty CD Release Concert
Saturday, January 12th
11 am
The Helen Mills Theatre
139 W 26th Street

Tickets online: - click post for tickets.

Get ready to hear all our new songs plus new skits and surprises!

Dress crazy and bring a homemade sign saying whatever you want everyone to know!
Tickets online now. Space is limited, so please order early.

We hope to see you there ready for a concert you won't soon forget!

Princess Katie

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Even More PKRS Halloween Events...Central Park Pumpkin Festival This Weekend!

Dear Diary:


So, here's the skinny:


Central Park Band Shell - enter park at 72nd Street and walk on through!

Princess Katie & Racer Steve Concert starts at 12 pm.
Event runs from 12 - 8 pm.

Get a free pumpkin, see a puppet show, lots of entertainment, play some games and see the largest collection of pumpkins in New York City! At night, watch as all the pumpkins are illuminated!

Sunday, October 28th @ 11 am

Pajama Concert at Brooklyn PLAY Spot
Wear your pjs and get ready to rock out!

Get tickets on their site by clicking the link above. $20 per family of 4.

Later that same day...

Bleecker Park's Halloween Fiesta
Costume Concert

Concert at 2:15 pm
Outdoors at Hudson and Bleecker Streets, West Village, NYC

Stay scary!

Princess Katie

Saturday, September 29, 2007


Dear Diary:

First of all, today's concert was incredible. What a surprise...blindfolded I entered the packed theatre, we sang, hit a pinata until neon glow sticks fell out for all the kids, we watched me open some pretty crazy presents from the band, danced, laughed and screamed "Hooray!" whenever Racer Steve held up the giant sign. Things got crazy when they rolled in the gigantic soccer ball I found from our song, "It's Not Mine."

The kids in the peanut gallery of the theatre got pom poms in all different colors, tattoos and gorgeous autographed pictures of all the band members. Hint Water supplied the delicious fruity water and between all the balloons, confetti, streamers and favors for the kids, I'm thinking everyone was pretty worn out after all was said and done. Hey, if you were at the concert, please send me pictures and I'll be sure to post them!

Halloween is coming and I'm excited. This month we're doing a lot of shows, so check the site for updates.

I remain,

Princess Katie

This picture is of an Ugly Doll. Ugly is the new cute, I guess.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

We're Havin' A Party!

Hey! Our next big show in NYC is Princess Katie's Surprise Birthday Bash Concert!

A real rock concert in a real theatre with lights, music, dancing, games and funny stuff that happens at pretty much every show!

Get your tickets online in advance. There is limited space and the seats are going!

Hope to see you there!

Racer Steve

Saturday, September 8, 2007

This Week's Shows - Princess Katie & Racer Steve

Dearest Diary:

We have two great shows coming up this week. They're mini-concerts and both for The September Concerts which occur every September 11th. Free concerts are going on throughout the WORLD to promote peace and community on such a tough day.

Sunday, September 9th

Pre-Concert For The September Concert

2 pm
Third Avenue Street Fair
3rd Avenue between 69th & 70th Streets, NYC

Tuesday, September 11th (which also happens to be my birthday)

4:30 pm
Madison Square Park
23rd Street & 5th Avenue, NYC

Hope to see you at one of these!

Princess Katie

Monday, August 27, 2007

Hint Water Rocks at Princess Katie & Racer Steve Concerts!

Hey! It's Racer Steve taking over Princess Katie's Diary!

We're so royally psyched because the ultra-cool essence water, Hint Water, is sponsoring our Helen Mills Theatre Concert Series. The first of which is on September 29th for Princess Katie's Surprise Birthday Bash Concert (tickets:!

What does this mean to the tot rockers attending the concert? Well, it means they'll each be receiving a refreshing, cold bottle of Hint Water which won Health Magazine's Best Flavored Water Award for 2007! The greatest thing about Hint Water is the fact that it doesn't contain sugar, preservatives or calories! After all, who wants to be giving these cute little kids sugar to drink?

I think I'll go for the Mango Grapefruit and I think Princess Katie will probably want to give the Pear a try!

Mango Grapefruit - Pomegranite Tangerine - Lime - Raspberry Lime - Peppermint - Pear - Tropical Punch - Cucumber -Kiwi-Strawberry

So, we'll see you at the concert! Drink Hint. Check out their website by clicking the title of the post above.


Friday, August 3, 2007's Princess Katie's Surprise Birthday Concert!

(in a whisper)

Okay, so this is Racer Steve taking over Princess Katie's Diary. We're having a SURPRISE Birthday Concert for Princess Katie & you're all invited. Below are the details. Remember, space is limited, so order tickets early. They go on sale today!

Saturday, September 29th @ 11 am
Helen Mills Theatre
139 West 26th Street (6 & 7th Aves)
Tickets are available:

Click the link above to order tickets!

This is going to be an outrageously cool concert! You'll help us shout out "SURPRISE" to Princess Katie, get a cool PKRS tattoo, watch her open up some ridiculous gifts from the band and dance ye little shoes off. Plus, the concert is sponsored by Hint Water, Health Magazine's Winner for Best Flavored Water 2007, so you'll get to drink your "waah waah" with some added flavor!

Covered in motor oil with a big grin on my face,

Racer Steve

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Yee-Haw! New "Sid The Bully" Video on YouTube!

Dearest Diary:

Well, our latest new live video is up on YouTube! It's a video from our June 30th Central Park show where we're playing "Sid The Bully." It was hot, hot, hot and many of the fans were sitting along the sides in the shade, but many were still out front square dancin'. Click the title above to see it!

Lots of concerts coming up in August and September, click shows to see 'em.

Ya'll come back now!

Brushin' mah horse,

Princess Katie

Sunday, July 29, 2007


Dear Diary:

Alright! Racer Steve's special T-shirt has been made and is now ready for sale! It's so cool. It's American Apparel's navy, 100% cotton tee and it's got Racer Steve rockin' out on the front with the word "Fast" underneath and the Princess Katie & Racer Steve logo in white on the back. Very cool for the little racers out there. You can order t-shirts by clicking the title above.

Thanks to the crowd who braved the muggy, New York humidity yesterday to enjoy our Bubble Concert in Union Square. It was great seeing some faces from Central Park and Bleecker Park. It's also nice to see the kids singing along to the songs! If you have any great pictures from the show, make sure to send them to me and I'll post them on our Myspace page!

Digesting a royal frozen yogurt, I remain,

Princess Katie

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Union Square Bubble Concert - NEW TIME!





Sunday, July 1, 2007

Happy Birthday, Diana!

What a good egg.

Friday, June 22, 2007


That's right!

We played Central Park on June 30th and it was great! Bubbles, balloons, pom poms, kids dancing on stage and we even danced a conga through a tunnel of adults!

If you have pictures from the concert, please send them to us and we'll post them on our myspace page!

Princess Katie


Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Dear Diary:

Hey, why don't you rock out with us at Bleecker Park in NYC on Thursday? We're doing 2 free shows at 3 pm and then 4 pm as part of the MakeMusic NY! celebration. All around the world, musicians are holding free concerts for everyone in the streets on June 21st! Click the title of this post for details on MakeMusic NY!

Bleecker Park is located at 11th and Hudson Streets in the West Village.

On to other news...yesterday Racer Steve and I performed three concerts in 2 different hospitals for kids who aren't feeling so well. Believe me, they definitely felt a lot better after they were singing and shaking to the music. Music isn't medicine, but it sure acts like it sometimes!

They were really brave kids from the Hassenfeld Children's Center, Tisch and the Rusk Institute. We had such a great time because we could see how much fun they were having. The kids didn't know we were coming so the concerts were a surprise.

Hope to see you on Thursday! Off to Royal yoga!

Princess Katie

Sunday, June 10, 2007


Dear Diary!

I just got word that our CD, Songs For The Coolest Kids, is Parenting Magazine's Pick for best music in their July 2007 issue! We're so excited and are really flattered...

What they said, " The sweet, strong vocals, silly skits, and gentle morals will appeal to kids AND parents."

CLICK TITLE OF THIS POST TO SEE IT! Thanks Parenting Magazine!

With a deep curtsey, I remain,

Princess Katie

Tuesday, June 5, 2007


Dear Diary:

Hi! I'm proud to say that I know the people who started this organization. They're a young, very cool couple from NYC with two beautiful, healthy little girls who spend their time helping children who aren't fortunate enough to be blessed with perfect health. Good people, huh?

I've chosen to write about this organization for many reasons, but mainly because the idea for our band, Princess Katie & Racer Steve sprung up unexpectedly as a result of our volunteer visits to kids in hospitals. For several years now, Racer Steve and I have been making visits to kids in hospitals. Initially, we dressed up as popular TV and movie characters and now, because we wanted to start performing original music for them, we created own characters! So, you never know what can come out of doing something kind for someone else. I never, ever expected to be singing, never mind being in a band.

So, as a result, I know firsthand what a tremendous impact a little entertainment, especially music, is for sick children in hospitals. That's why we're so impressed with The Kids Rock Organization.

Please read what I've cut and pasted from their site and if you feel inspired, click on the title of this post and visit their site.

"The Kids Rock! hopes to make a small difference in the lives of uninsured children diagnosed with cancer by donating CD players and MP3 players through the clinics where they are treated. The medical world can treat their disease with the vast wealth of knowledge and dedication they selflessly give. We as musicians and music lovers can help make this tough experience a lot easier by giving them some entertainment while they go through the treatments. Something to take their minds off the Chemotherapy and Radiation, something to remind them they are still kids!

In the future The Kids Rock! hopes to take the fun to bigger places, such as free trips to concerts, meeting the performers and even buying instruments for the kids who dream of being stars themselves. The Kids Rock!"

Isn't this what life is about?

Princess Katie

Monday, May 28, 2007

New Princess Katie & Racer Steve T-Shirts!

Adorable Diary:

Ah! Ye Olde T-Shirt Shoppe in the olde village has finally finished our t-shirts and we now have them up for sale! There's another style to be made, but for now, we have Princess Katie "Feisty" shirts in pale blue and baby pink (some sizes already sold out, though). To see or order them, click the title of this post!

We also have a t-shirt for boys AND girls of the whole band done in a retro cartoon style. There's me, Racer Steve, Super Chef Jeff, Judo Champ Billy, Torquie (Racer Steve's robot helper in his garage).

We hope you love them!

Remember...our next public show will be on June 21st. There will be 2 shows-- 3 pm and 4 pm at Bleecker Park in the West Village for the Make Music NY Festival. Hope you can come!

Thanks for reading, I remain,

Princess Katie

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Songs For The Coolest Kids is Disney's FamilyFun Magazine's Favorite!

Dearest Dear Darling Diary:

Today is a gorgeous day! Sun is shining, birds are chirping, my dragon, Peyton's breath is much, much better now (I planted some mint and thank the heavens, she's nibbling on it)!

Anyway, GREAT NEWS! Disney's FamilyFun Magazine has chosen us as one of their "favorite things" and even has a piece written up about our CD and has a picture of Racer Steve and I! Thanks, Walt! We feel very honored. They said we "deliver a sparkling album that effortlessly lives up to it's title, Songs For The Coolest Kids!


The piece goes on, but I won't bore you. It's on newsstands now - June 2007!

Also, just for fun, we have a LIVE video up on youtube from our Central Park show. Just go to YOUTUBE.COM and type in Princess Katie & Racer Steve. If you love it, leave us a comment or rate us. We'd love it!

Must go, remember lots of gigs - Brooklyn Children's Museum, Central Park Part Deux, Union Square, Madison Square Park...etc.

Off to do chores, sadly,

Princess Katie

Saturday, May 5, 2007

Help! I'm In Love With A Bandshell!

Dear Diary:

Okay, so maybe I'm not "in love" with the bandshell in Central Park, but I did LOVE playing it! Our concert today was FANTASTIC! To quote a mom, "The best yet!" These are the things that made today great:

***THE KIDS WERE SOOO CUTE! I mean, seriously. They were. No, really, I mean it. They were all dancing and playing with one another. They were sharing the soccer balls we threw out to the crowd, they shared the streamers. They looked so cute in their little spring clothes. Adorable.
***The weather was AMAZING. It was sunny and 75 degrees!
***The bandshell is in thee most incredible spot. Right near the fountain and surrounded by grass and trees, but with a huge space for dancing. I love New York City and I love this beautiful park.
***When you're in in the bandshell, you're way up high, so you can see the entire crowd (which was a big, big crowd) and watch everyone as they square-dance, rock out and act silly.

Thanks to everyone for coming and for waiting in the long line for autographs. I loved meeting all of you. Please keep checking our site for upcoming concerts. I have many that I have yet to post!

Thank you, NYC Parks Department for such a terrific honor.

Princess Katie

Monday, April 30, 2007

Spare The Rock With A Cup and Top!

Dearest Darling Diary:

So, we left the Kingdom really, really early on Saturday morning and made our way to Northampton, MA! We were very excited to perform in a new space (Cup and Top) and chit-chat on the radio with Bill, Ella and Liam on the radio (Spare The Rock -!

After hanging out with Ella and Liam and watch them run up and down the halls of the radio show, we perched ourselves in front of the mics and sang some songs acoustically and answered some questions. We played, "It's Not Mine" because the Gooney Bird Kids love that song, "The Pillow" which is a new song that I wrote. It's a bossa nova and I looooove it...especially with the band because Super Chef Jeff is great with the rim shot (hitting the side of the drum with the stick) and "Tell The Truth" which is just a relaxing, sweet song to sing. Okay, so our music isn't exactly "relaxing" but that song is easy on the voice.

Bill, Ella and Liam were so friendly and such a really close family, it's nice to be around them. In fact, I found all of the parents to be very involved and interested in their children...what's more important?

After the radio show, we headed over to Cup and Top cafe where Helen and her crew were beyond welcoming and friendly. We had SO MUCH FUN. Everyone was in the mood to dance, the parents were smiling, the kids were dancing, the scones were being eaten and I just loved it. I've definitely found what I love to do in life - perform while watching kids have a great time! That, for me, is the ultimate.

I had some of the girls hold up the "Tell The Truth" sign, Persephone told me that Ringo was her favorite Beatle and Ella was her usual brilliant self, having an answer for every question I asked.

Thank you Northampton! Thank you Cup and Top! Thank you Spare The Rock for having us and putting this all together. It was a great invite.

Leave a youtube comment if you love it!

Come see us Rock Central Park on Saturday - Central Park Band Shell 5/5 @ 1 pm (enter at 72nd Street - East Side).

Most Medievally yours,

Princess Katie

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Oh, how I love a party!

Dear Diary:

Alright, so maybe it wasn't a party, but it was a concert that felt like a big party. The kids were going crazy dancing, the moms and dads were dancing, Racer Steve was going bananas on his guitar by running out and playing in the audience, Super Chef Jeff was a nut on the drums and Judo Champ Billy was playing his bass while dancing in the conga line!

I had recognized so many of our fans from our other concerts and loved watching them singing the words to our songs! The weather was so beautiful today and it was so great to see all the kids in their t-shirts and NO JACKETS!

Remember our next concert in NYC is going to be in Central Park on May 5th at 1pm. This weekend we'll be at the Spare The Rock radio show in Massachusetts and performing at the Cup & Top Cafe in Florence, MA.

Oh, by the way, we received such nice reviews today:

Ye Friend,

Princess Katie

PS This is a picture from our CD Release Concert!

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Let's Help Protect All Children

Dear Diary:

I hope that there's a cause on this planet that everyone feels drawn towards. It can be saving the whales, protecting the environment or even keeping their local parks safe. Well, I've always been drawn towards the protection of kids and the great thing is, I'm not alone. There's a fantastic organization that the band and I did several shows for this past holiday season, Safe Horizon (

The great thing about Safe Horizon is that it helps to educate people on the signs of child abuse and how to take action. Sure, it's something no one likes to think about, but my feeling has always been that if I'm part of the solution, I worry less about the problem. Safe Horizon also does so much more! They work with young women, teens and children and provide critical information about lifesaving resources and services available to victims.

How cool would it be if we could stop all kinds of abuse towards children and help the children who have been abused get help and lead healthy, happy lives?

I commend Safe Horizon for their work and hope that the information here inspires someone else to help.

With love,

Princess Katie

Sunday, April 1, 2007

Boy, was that ever FUN!

Dear Diary: Today was our April Fools' For Kids Who Are Cool Concert and it was F-U-N! All of the kids got dressed in costumes...I can't even begin to tell you how many princesses and cool kids there were! I thought New York City was full of people wearing jeans and sneakers and here is everyone in tiaras and costumes! I guess I was wrong.

Well, Racer Steve really rocked on the guitar. Super Chef Jeff was playing those drums like crazy and Judo Champ Billy really went bananas on the bass! What a great bunch of musicians and they're also really nice...and funny!

The kids were dancing, singing, laughing, clapping, shaking maracas, wearing cowboy hats. There was also a little girl dressed as a cute Indian girl with beautiful braids, a cheerleader (whose birthday we celebrated) and an M&M! I love's fun to be someone else for the day.

At the end of the concert, Racer Richie and Racer Jake gave me beautiful, beautiful roses on stage. They were also wearing cool PKRS t-shirts and knew all the words to the songs.

I wore a very cool new gown that Princess Pauline made for me, by hand. She makes all of my dresses and is very, very talented.

Stay cute!

Princess Katie

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Great Advice From Buddha!

Hey Racers and Princesses:

I found this great quote on a magnet (I even bought it for my Royal Kitchen):

believe nothing,
no matter where you read it
or who has said it,
not even if I have said it
unless it agrees with your own reason
and your own common sense.


What great advice. So, in the future if someone puts you down or says negative things about you - remember who you are and let it just slide right off. Think about it...if they were really happy, would they really spend their time being critical and mean? Just look at them and smile.

You are perfect the way you are...says me!

Princess Katie

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

FREE SHOWS - Earth Day and Central Park NYC!

Dearest Darling Diary:

Not much time. Running out to catch crazy nymph in forest who stole a unicorn from the Most Noble Unicorn Shoppe. Anyway, just got word from the Royal Postman - Princess Katie & Racer Steve are playing at the Chelsea Market Music Hallway and in NYC's Central Park!

WE LOVE THE EARTH - Earth Day Concert - FREE

Where: Chelsea Market Music Hallway 75 9th Avenue (we're playing near the 10th Ave. entrance).
When: April 22nd, 11 am
Cost: FREE
For who: If you recycle, conserve, don't litter and love to dance, c'mon down as PKRS play music from their new CD, Songs For The Coolest Kids!!


ROYAL ROCK IN CENTRAL PARK- PKRS Play The Central Park Band Shell

Where: Band Shell in Central Park, NYC - Mid Park - East Side - 66th - 72nd Street
When: Saturday, May 5, 2007 1:00 pm
Cost: FREE!
Coolness: 1-10 on the coolness scale, this is about an 11!

Most Medievally Yours,

Princess Katie

PS This week was great. We performed at 3 children's hospitals performing 4 shows. The kids loved it! They were up and dancing with tambourines, maracas and ribbon sticks. I definitely think the music helped to make them feel better. What's better than dancing, clapping, laughing and singing?

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I love the Earth.

Dear Diary:

There's been so much talk lately about the Earth and how we need to start taking better care of it. The truth is, whenever we don't take care of things, they fall apart. I think of my bike. If I leave it out in the rain, never clean it off and never fill the tires with air, it's not going to last very long.

Well, it's the same thing with the earth. So, I decided to look up on my computer and find out some of the ways I can help care for the Earth and from my reading, this is what I've decided I am going to do:

1. I'm turning off my computer, TV and lights when I am finished with them. This helps save energy.
2. I'm not keeping the water running when I'm not using it. I'm also taking shorter showers.
3. I make sure my dishwasher is totally full so that I don't waste water doing several loads.
4. When I go to the market, I bring a cart on wheels. I wheel it through the store, put my items in it and then when I pay for them, I don't need to use any paper or plastic bags. Then I just wheel the cart into the castle and voila! No waste!
5. I recycle plastic, paper, glass and metal. It's fun knowing that these items will be used again.
6. Although I live surrounded by a forest, you can never have enough trees. Trees suck up the bad air and create good, clean air for us to breathe...isn't that cool? So, whenever I get the chance, I plant a tree. It's also a lot of fun to watch it grow.

There's a lot of other ways for us to take care of the Earth, but these are just a few great ones that kids can do with their families.

Thanks for reading and keep rocking royally!

Princess Katie

Thursday, February 22, 2007


Update: This show is fully booked. To be placed on a waiting list, email at the address below. Be sure to make it to our May 5th Concert in NYC's Central Park Band Shell at 1 pm. Check out our website for details. Thanks!

WOO- HOO! Ready to dance like a crazy fool the music of Princess Katie, Racer Steve, Judo Champ Billy & Super Chef Jeff?!?!

INTRODUCING....OUR CD RELEASE CONCERT for Songs For The Coolest Kids in New York City!



TIME: 1:30 PM

WHERE: THE LIVING ROOM, 154 LUDLOW STREET, (Between Rivington & Stanton Streets) NYC



Monday, February 19, 2007

Stylin' A Princess!

Dear Diary:

I'm so excited that kids can now pick out my dresses and tiaras before I go out.

It is a little strange though, having people pick out your clothes when they don't know where you're going after they've dressed you. The other day a little kid picked out the white gown and the big, high gold tiara and I was headed into the stables to clean up after the horses...needless to say, the gown is at Coronation Cleaners!

I have a few emails from kids asking for the name of the fruit in the bowl. Here goes: the apple: Delish, the orange: Citra, the banana: Peela.

Oh, by the way, the mouse that lives in my wall is so adorable. Yesterday he asked me if I could start getting him Provolone and Mozzarella cheese instead of Cheddar cheese. Apparently, his family is originally from Italy, and he prefers to dine on Italian cheeses. Well excuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuse me!

Oh, and his name is Luke. Doesn't sound very Italian to me.

Noble, I remain,

Princess Katie

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Ah, The Day Of Love

Happy Valentine's Day, Kids! Today is a great day to tell your parents, grandma, grandpa, uncle, aunt, or friend that you love and care about them!

As for me, well, I woke up this morning, stood on the balcony of the castle and with a loud voice shouted, "I love all of you! Happy Valentine's Day!"

A few people sleepily shouted back, "Hey, it's early, we're still sleeping, can you start screaming at 10 am in the future?"

Yikes! I think I'll probably just send cards next year. Some of the sleepy voices didn't seem too pleased. Oh well! What else are you supposed to do with a balcony other than shout off of it, right?

I think it's not very often that we stop to tell people we love them. We're all so busy playing, going to school, reading or on our computers. But, without other people who love us, life gets pretty matter how much stuff we have to do!

So, take the time today and tell someone you love them. Oh, but I wouldn't recommend screaming it from a balcony before 10 in the morning.

Here's hoping your moat is crocodile-free!

Princess Katie

Sunday, February 11, 2007


Dearest Darling Diary:

Wow! Today was soooo much fun. We did 2 shows at the Chelsea Market Music Hallway in NYC and it was GREAT! The kids were dancing and singing and parents were moving and shaking! All the kids were dressed sooo cute! We did square dancing, a conga line, we had a mini-mosh pit during "Jeans" and learned to sing, "Tell The Truth" (complete with a cue card)!

I even got several emails from kids before I even returned home to the Kingdom (horse and carriage takes a lot longer than these "cars" that everyone in New York drives)!

The Chelsea Market is such a beautiful place - check it out online. It has so much history and has been so well-preserved. It was a gorgeous place to play music.

Thanks to the parents for bringing your kids and thanks kids for just being kids.

Off to feed my pet dragon, I remain,

Princess Katie

Wednesday, February 7, 2007


Hey Kids! Thanks so much for stopping by my diary/blog. This is a place where I write down all the interesting ditties that go on in the castle, in the forest, in Racer Steve's garage, at Judo Champ Billy's Judo Tournaments and in Super Chef Jeff's kitchen!

I'll also be writing about shows that are coming up and details on our CD release in March! Yep, Songs For the Coolest Kids will finally be released (you can get pre-released copies off our website -

I'm also going to have information on our DVD which is going to be a lot of fun. Speaking of fun, have you tried the PKRS games on our website yet? Have you visited Racer Steve's garage or visited me in my room? You can! Just click the diary or trophy icon!

Well, I have to go write some new music!

With royal regards, I remain

Princess Katie