She gave him a yak-hair vest and black leather
pants, and she fitted him with a new toupee. Then Gertrude
put him on a high protein, low carbohydrate diet, and put
Grecian formula hair dye in his rapidly disappearing hair,
Gertrude also bought him a pair of Gucci glasses for Father's
"I look so healthy, so young, so groovy!" the
king murmured, " I can't believe I can fit into these
leather pants!" he cried.
The delighted couple were thrilled with their
new looks. The queen with her glamorous, stylish look, and
the king, who was getting extremely proficient at yoga and
weight training, both felt like new people. The queen and
king soon realized that they enjoyed being wild and crazy
and loved their newfound styles very much. Once the baker,
scullery maid, butler, and Duchess' daughter saw the queen
looking drop dead gorgeous and the king looking modern and
thirty pounds lighter, they gave Princess Gertrude another
chance to show that she really could be a makeover princess.
Gertrude's parents realized that she had found
her calling and her passion and they encouraged her to follow
her dream of being a makeover princess. Princess Gertrude
was glad that her parents supported her. She figured out
at that moment that she would start her own royal beauty
parlor. She would call it Gertrude's Glamour Gallery, and
it would serve the entire kingdom. Gertrude decided that
she wanted to help people find their own special looks just
like her parents.
Gertrude's makeovers were all very successful.
Gertrude's Gallery continued to grow and the subjects of
Queen Eucretia and King Joe's kingdom were the most beautiful,
funky, in-style people in the land!