I doubt if Princess Antoinette Bonaparte much liked the idea of being turned into an Easter Basket decoration by her mother, Her Serene Highness, The Princess Melita Bonaparte. Being crammed onto a handle of cheap, wicker, thrift-shop Easter basket must have chaffed her little doll legs. No wonder she ran away from home!
Princess Antoinette Bonaparte, daughter of Princess Melita Bonaparte, in a specially designed Easter Basket, shortly before running away from home.
We found out later that via supernatural powers (The Divine Right of Kings) her mother turned her into a chocolate Easter Bunny–and things went into a sort of Twilight Zone after that happened.
“United we stand, divided we fall & be eaten alive!” musters the leader of them, Prince Roland Bonaparte II. They have a tough gig, being the non-human children of a mother who has ambitions of perfection & grandeur, competing with the legendary Joan Crawford. How will these sweet, innocent babies survive?
WIld Easter Bunnies of Corona Heights join in Solidarity, blocking entrance to their mother’s apartment. They’ll be in big trouble when she finds out!
The bunnies were sent to see their probation officer & had to learn how to ride public transit on the 37 Corbett Line. They were fare evaders. Sneaking in & out-“only in San Francisco.”