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Barbie Chelsea Career Doll – Rock Star

14.99

2 in stock

  • Contents: A Chelsea Career Doll – Rockstar Doll and accessories
  • Kids can try on several different roles with Chelsea career dolls
  • Career-themed clothing plus related accessories lets kids play out the storytelling fun
  • Fans can collect them all and try on different careers and use the accessories for realistic role-play
  • Dolls cannot stand alone
  • Age 3+ Years

Description

Introducing Barbie Chelsea Career Doll – Rock Star

Just like her big sister Barbie, Chelsea doll loves trying on different career roles! Kids can explore a world of fun with the Barbie Chelsea Can Be doll assortment featuring diverse Chelsea dolls in different career roles. Choose from a pilot, doctor, businesswoman, rock star or builder doll (each sold separately, subject to availability).

Fans can collect them all and try on different careers and use the accessories for realistic role-play

Each Barbie Chelsea Can Be Career doll features adorable career-themed clothing and career-related accessories to play out the storytelling fun! Each doll sold separately, subject to availability. Barbie Chelsea Career Doll – Rock Star is a must for any Barbie fan! An ideal Birthday, Christmas or anytime gift. Discover the rest of the Career Dolls. Shop these, the entire Barbie range and other similar proucts online and instore today!

 

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The Barbie doll is one of the most iconic toys in history, but there’s so much more to her than a pretty face. From the very beginning, Barbie served as an inspiration to young girls. They could be whoever they want to be. Her true purpose was to encourage girls to imagine what they can be when they grow up while they play.
One of the ways Barbie influenced girls was by trying many careers. Teenage fashion model, Fashion editor, Fashion designer, Flight attendant, Registered nurse, Computer engineer, Robotics engineer, Video game developer, Mars Explorer…. She was also the first doll on the moon!