But the prince put Cinderella before him on his horse and rode off.
As they passed the hazel bush, the two white pigeons cried,
»There they go, there they go!
No blood on her shoe;
The shoe's not too small,
The right bride is she after all.«
And when they had thus cried, they came flying after and perched on Cinderella's shoulders, one on the right, the other on the left, and so remained.
And when her wedding with the prince was appointed to be held the false sisters came hoping to curry favour and to take part in the festivities. So as the bridal procession went to the church the eldest walked on the right side and the younger on the left, and the pigeons picked out an eye of each of them. And as they returned the elder was on the left side and the younger on the right and the pigeons picked out the other eye of each of them. And so they were condemned to go blind for the rest of their days because of their wickedness and falsehood.