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While her sisters were at the ball for the third night, Cinderella went back into her room and asked her bird to dress her up again.
Little Bird Verdeliò, make me more beautiful than I am!
After the dancing with the King, Cinderella dropped a golden snuffbox full of money for her father to pick up. She escaped the ball again, but the King's servents managed to find her home because she didn't have anything to distract them with. While she was getting in her carriage, she lost a slipper.
In the morning, the King's servants arrive at the house. Cinderella, scared from being found out, stays in her room.
You were discovered!
The sisters try on the slipper, but neither of them fit. The servants demanded that all of the father's daughters try on the shoes, so the father has to call Cinderella down. While she's coming, he makes sure to make her out as a less sightly girl covered in ashes.
When Cinderella comes downstairs, she is dressed up again (in thanks to her bird), which surprises her family. The slipper fits and the servant takes her in a carriage to the King.
The king meets his princess and they get married. Cinderella's family helped celebrate and they lived happily ever after.
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