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Barbie family and other main characters

Barbie family and other main characters

Over the years, Barbie's family and her friends have grown, both at the market level and at the fictional level. Sometimes the names of the characters are modified by Mattel, and sometimes they even changed their relationship with Barbie and each other. Below you will see a brief summary of some of the characters. If you want to know more information, you can find it in the details section of the website.

Barbara Millicent "Barbie" Roberts (1959-present) Described as a "Teenage Fashion Model" on the original packaging. According to the Random House books, the character's full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts.

George Roberts (1960-present) He is an engineer. He has a wife named Margaret and children: Barbara, Skipper, Anastasia, Todd, Tutti, Chelsea, Kelly and Kristine. Originally he was only a book character, he has not been cast in doll form, but he appeared in the book for the first time in animation as Barbie's father in the Netflix show "Barbie: Dreamhouse Adventures."

Margaret Rawlins Roberts  (1960-present) Margaret is Barbie's mother and her several siblings. She is a housewife and has an older sister named Millicent. Originally also a book character, she has not been issued in doll form, however, she made her first on-screen appearance in the digital series "Barbie: Dreamhouse Adventures".

Kenneth Sean "Ken" Carson (1961-1967, 1969-present) The second character added to the line, Ken has been Barbie's boyfriend for much of the series' existence character. After a short break, they got back together. According to Random House books from the 1960s, Ken's full name is Kenneth Sean Carson. In Barbie Fashion Comic #34 (1993), Ken's mother is named Edna. In Barbie Fashion Comic #52 (1995), Edna's father is named Kenneth, hinting at the fact that he was probably named after him. In Brazil, in the 1980s, the Estrela company appointed Bob doll instead of Ken (from the book, Barbie Doll Around the World).

Skipper Roberts (1964-2003, 2009-present) The first character added to the Barbie family, Skipper is Barbie's younger sister, who originally appeared to be ten years old when it debuted from now on in different adolescent ages throughout the years. She was first introduced with blue eyes and a variety of hair colors such as blonde, brown, and titan). Starting in 1996, Skipper was renamed Barbie's 'teenage' sister, looking much older than her before and raising her height to almost the same as Barbie's. After not being produced since 2003, Skipper returned to production in 2009 as part of Barbie's camp line in 2009. It returned right up there with her before she was a 'teenage' Skipper, but this time with a purple streak in her hair. In 2010, Barbie's sisters were revamped once again, this time Skipper was given brown hair and colored streaks in her hair (sometimes purple, blue or pink), and was given a new mold and body one of the main characters in the series "Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse." She now stars alongside Barbie in Barbie: Dreamhouse Adventures on Netflix.

Tutti and Todd (Tutti: 1965-1971, Todd: 1965-1996) Twins, both Tutti and Todd were younger brothers of Barbie and Skipper, and had seamless 'flexible' bodies . Tutti's packaging did not mention to Todd, but a lot of games were played for both of them. The two were only sold together in a set. He debuted in 1966 and was available in the United States until 1971; remained in the European market until 1980. The Tutti doll was also available in Mexico from 1968 to 1970 through Lili Ledy in agreements with Mattel. They looked like little schoolchildren and had flexible bodies. On Todd's box it said: "stacie's twin", although on Stacie's box she did not give a reference to Todd. Tutti had a friend named Chris. Additionally, a "Buffy" version (with the miniature Mrs. Beasley doll), after the 1960s and 1970s television series Family Affair, was marketed in the United States. due to the popularity of the program. Todd was reintroduced in 1991 as part of the wedding party of Barbie's best friend, Midge Hadley. The new Todd had a new head mold with a copyright date of 1990. This new Todd was dressed in a tuxedo and packaged in a large six-doll gift set that included Midge as the bride, Alan as the groom, Barbie as the bridesmaid. , Ken as the best man, Todd as the ring bearer and a doll named Kelly as the flower girl. Todd and Kelly as ring bearers and flower girls were also grouped together. This Kelly doll, not to be confused with Little Kelly from the Barbie line, was the same size/age as Todd. In fact, she was made with the exact same body and head molds. The following year, the Todd-sized Kelly doll was replaced by Stacie Roberts, who had a completely new head mold with a cheerful smile. Tutti was not reintroduced; Stacie is believed to be a modern incarnation of Tutti. Mattel produced several more of the new Todd dolls over the next few years, some in white and African-American versions. But Todd was removed from the Barbie line and did not return. He was with Stacie when he reappeared. in the series Wee 3 Friends. The latest version of Todd is the 2008 Todd and Stacie Mary Poppins boxing set, with a comment on the back that "Todd and Stacie are dressed as Michael and Jane from Disney's Mary Poppins."

Anastasia 'Stacie' Roberts (1990-present) Featured as Kelly in the 1990 Wedding Day Midge gift set as the flower girl, this doll is often He is confused with Tutti, although the character Tutti had been discontinued for years at this time. Kelly was renamed and introduced as Stacie shortly thereafter in 1992, and the name Kelly was used throughout the world. for a younger character. Todd became in Stacie's twin brother until he was discontinued in 1996.

Francie Fairchild (1966-1977) Marketed as "Barbie's modern cousin," Francie raided The path for Barbie's transition to the MOD era. Francie appeared to be only slightly younger than Barbie, and had a straight, streamlined figure. Francie doll was the first to feature rooted eyelashes. In the March 1966 issue of Barbie magazine, she is the daughter of Claude and Lily Fairchild.

Jazzie (1988-1992) Another cousin of Barbie and part of a small group of high school dolls. She was taller than Barbie's other cousin, Francie, and Jazzie was almost the same height as Barbie.

Kelly / Shelly Roberts (1995-2010) This character is the age of a small child and is Barbie's sister. She originally the baby & eacute; Of the family, Kelly seemed to be older in the 2000s with Krissy now being the 'baby' sister. Kelly starred in most of Barbie's computer-animated films, up to Barbie in a Christmas Carol Like Hers and Hers, last film appearance. In Europe, she is known as Shelly. The Kelly dolls went out of production at the end of 2010 and were replaced by Chelsea. Excluding a brief period when the Kelly doll's design was changed To have an oval head, larger eyes and longer limbs, the Kelly dolls have stayed true to her original design. A doll named Kelly was introduced in 1992 as part of the Midge and Allan Wedding Day Set, this Kelly doll stands 7 1/2 inches tall, exactly the same size as the ring bearer, Todd, who He's wearing a tuxedo. He wore a Swiss dress with peach dots and carries a white basket of flowers, since she is the flower girl. This "Kelly" was renamed and "turned into" the Stacie doll. The Todd doll, which is Made from the same mold, she has fuzzy brown hair. "Kelly" is mentioned in the web series, Barbie: Life in the Dream House when Raquelle refers to Chelsea as Kelly, referencing the confusion involving whether Kelly or Chelsea is Barbie's younger sister. .

Chelsea Roberts (2010-Present) Barbie's younger sister. Replaced to Kelly after 2010. She appears to be approximately 5 to 6 years old and she is a little taller than Kelly. The doll was first produced in 2011 as part of the "My Fab Sisters" line. She is the youngest sister of the currently sold Barbie (Mattel discontinued Kelly shortly before Chelsea was produced). She has blonde hair and blue eyes (very similar to Kelly). Mattel has also made African-American versions of Chelsea. She was a main character in the series "Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse" and now appears in Barbie: Dreamhouse Adventures and her own series Barbie: Dreamtopia. </ P>

Kristine "Krissy" Roberts (1998-2001) This character is a baby. and she was Barbie's younger sister to date. </ p>

Blaine Gordon (2004) Barbie's Australian ex-boyfriend, whom she dated. during her much-publicized "breakup" with Ken's character. Blaine is said to be Summer's brother, one of Barbie's friends. Blaine does not appear in any of the Barbie series, but was originally a Generation Girls character and showed interest in Ana.

Millicent Rawlins is Barbie's aunt and Margaret's sister. Her first appearance was in Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale.

Lillian Roberts Fairchild is Francie's mother, Barbie's aunt, George's sister, and Margaret's sister-in-law.

Claude Fairchild is Francie's father, Barbie's uncle, and Margaret and George's brother-in-law.

Marlene Roberts is Barbie's aunt, George's sister, and Margaret's sister-in-law. Grandma Rawlins is Barbie's grandmother and Margaret Roberts' mother. She passed her love of reading on to Barbie. She is encouraging and supportive of her granddaughter. She gave Barbie a book to read that she related to. Her first appearance is in Barbie and the Secret Door as Alexa's grandmother. Note: Alexa is Barbie's role in Barbie and the Secret Door. She also appears in The Great Puppy Adventure as herself.

Max and Marie Roberts are the twin children of Marlene Roberts. Barbie's cousins and her brothers. Niece and nephew of Margaret Roberts and George Roberts appeared in Barbie: A Pony Tale.

Kristen Rawlins is a cousin of Barbie, who appears in the illustrated book, The Wedding Party.

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