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Published on Sep 24, 2016
Marinette, a junior high student, has the biggest crush for his classmate Adrien, however she always struggles on how to act around him. The good thing is that she has Alya by her side. Ayla is her best friend in the entire world, she’s always there to help and support her. But the thing that describes Ayla the best is her power of noticing things that nobody else notices. Due to her curiosity she’s always the first to find Ladybug’s new stories. Her biggest dream is to get and interview with her one day.
Two high-school students, Marinette and Adrien, are chosen to become Paris’ superheroes: Ladybug and Cat Noir. They each have a Miraculous, a jewel linked to their the magical creatures (Kwamis) that give them powers. Their mission is to keep Hawk Moth – who wants to steal their Miraculouses – from wreaking havoc on the town by creating increasingly dangerous supervillains – all while living their high school lives and keeping their identities secret. At school, Marinette has a crush on Adrien but cannot tell him, so she acts awkwardly whenever he’s around. As a superhero, Cat Noir loves Ladybug, but his ego annoys her: Marinette prefers Adrien anyway! Throughout the school year and their adventures, Ladybug discovers many nice qualities in Cat Noir while Marinette grows ever closer to Adrien, making huge efforts to overcome her shyness.
Marinette Dupain-Chang comparte sus 3 mejores monumentos favoritos de París en esta magnífica Webisode Milagrosa mariquita! Cuando no está ocupado luchando contra los malos con su compañero de equipo de superhéroes, gato Noir, Marinette (también conocido como milagrosa mariquita) ama sumergirse en las vistas y sonidos de la lumbrera Palace y la inspiración que encontró en el Trocadero, que también pasa a ofrecer la mejor vista de su monumento favorito, la Torre Eiffel! Algunos de los otros monumentos favoritos de Marinette incluyen: Notre Dame, Grand Palais, y los Campos Elíseos.