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Princess Kay of the Milky Way, otherwise known as Elizabeth Olson, realizes a dream Thursday as Linda Christensen sculpts her likeness in a 90-pound butter block. Olson, who lives near Hutchinson, is the third girl in her family to sit in the refrigerated, rotating booth for hours while Christensen carved the butter.

A milk beam from princess' mom

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FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. - Most Minnesota State Fair visitors smile, but Laura Olson beamed.

Olson stood outside a glass-enclosed, refrigerated booth containing one of her three daughters and a sculptor. It was a first-day-of-the-fair tradition Thursday, sculpting in a 90-pound butter block the likeness of Princess Kay of the Milky Way.

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