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Facts pertaining to the original fairy tales upon which the films are based are irrelevant to the versions appearing in the franchise.
 
Facts pertaining to the original fairy tales upon which the films are based are irrelevant to the versions appearing in the franchise.
   
The Princesses themselves, despite appearing in separate films, have distinct similarities. Most Princesses have the common ability to communicate with animals (even if the animals do not actually talk back). They are also known for their inner and outer beauty, as well as having beautiful singing voices (the exception to this is [[Merida]], who only sings a song with her mother when she is little). Each Princess (excluding [[Merida]]) also has a romance that is resolved by the end of the film; the male counterparts are known as [[List of Disney Princes|Disney Princes]].  The Princesses can also be grouped depending on what era their films debuted. The "original" three ([[Snow White]], [[Cinderella]] and [[Aurora]]), are quiet, classy, graceful and romantic daydreamers; they play more of a "damsel in distress" role and suffer from the actions caused by others. They hold an inner strength through compassion, love, kindness and (particularly with Snow White) a strong sense of resilience.  During the Disney Renaissance Era, which started with ''[[The Little Mermaid]]'' in 1989 and ended in 2000, the heroines in Disney feature films became more active than reactive and included [[Ariel]], [[Belle]], [[Jasmine]], [[Pocahontas]] and [[Mulan]]. These women were strong-willed, adventurous, feisty, cunning and determined. They were less interested in finding love and more interested in finding adventure and freedom. The Renaissance Princesses also existed in worlds that were more self-aware of the changing roles of women. For example, in ''The Little Mermaid'', the villainess [[Ursula]] assures Ariel that she won't need her voice on land as men prefer silent women; Belle, from ''[[Beauty and the Beast]], ''is told by [[Gaston]] that "it's not right for a woman to read." And Mulan, who joins an army under the guise of a man, must listen to her peers extol masculine traits, while describing an ideal wife who is pretty, obedient and a good cook. The latest Princesses were created within the past decade and are more modern. [[Tiana]] from ''[[The Princess and the Frog]]'' is a young woman who doesn't rely on magic and knows that it takes hard work to reach one's goals; [[Rapunzel]] from ''[[Tangled]]'', however, is more idealistic and isn't afraid to go after what she wants.
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The Princesses themselves, despite appearing in separate films, have distinct similarities. Most Princesses have the common ability to communicate with animals (even if the animals do not actually talk back). They are also known for their inner and outer beauty, as well as having beautiful singing voices (the exception to this is [[Merida]], who only sings a song with her mother when she is little). Each Princess (excluding [[Merida]]) also has a romance that is resolved by the end of the film; the male counterparts are known as [[List of Disney Princes|Disney Princes]].  The Princesses can also be grouped depending on what era their films debuted. The "original" three ([[Snow White]], [[Cinderella]] and [[Aurora]]), are quiet, classy, graceful and romantic daydreamers; they play more of a "damsel in distress" role and suffer from the actions caused by others. They hold an inner strength through compassion, love, kindness and (particularly with Snow White) a strong sense of resilience. Many "feminist" people hate on these three for either not doing much or getting their husbands to solve their problems. During the Disney Renaissance Era, which started with ''[[The Little Mermaid]]'' in 1989 and ended in 2000, the heroines in Disney feature films became more active than reactive and included [[Ariel]], [[Belle]], [[Jasmine]], [[Pocahontas]] and [[Mulan]]. These women were strong-willed, adventurous, feisty, cunning and determined. They were less interested in finding love and more interested in finding adventure and freedom. The Renaissance Princesses also existed in worlds that were more self-aware of the changing roles of women. For example, in ''The Little Mermaid'', the villainess [[Ursula]] assures Ariel that she won't need her voice on land as men prefer silent women; Belle, from ''[[Beauty and the Beast]], ''is told by [[Gaston]] that "it's not right for a woman to read." And Mulan, who joins an army under the guise of a man, must listen to her peers extol masculine traits, while describing an ideal wife who is pretty, obedient and a good cook. The latest Princesses were created within the past decade and are more modern. [[Tiana]] from ''[[The Princess and the Frog]]'' is a young woman who doesn't rely on magic and knows that it takes hard work to reach one's goals; [[Rapunzel]] from ''[[Tangled]]'', however, is more idealistic and isn't afraid to go after what she wants.
   
 
Whether or not Gamora from ''Guardians of the Galaxy'', should join the line-up has been a subject of debate among fans since all of her films were live action as opposed to being animated. However, she does meet the majority of requirements that would enable her to do so, such as having a primary role in a Disney film ('''Marvel Studios is owned by Disney'''), her first film being both a critical and commercial success and is regarded as a "national hero" like Mulan is.
 
Whether or not Gamora from ''Guardians of the Galaxy'', should join the line-up has been a subject of debate among fans since all of her films were live action as opposed to being animated. However, she does meet the majority of requirements that would enable her to do so, such as having a primary role in a Disney film ('''Marvel Studios is owned by Disney'''), her first film being both a critical and commercial success and is regarded as a "national hero" like Mulan is.
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* [[Kida]] from ''Atlantis: The Lost Empire'' She is not officially a Disney Princess because her movie was a commercial failure despite it being successful in other countries, it only made 84 million in the United States and 102 million in other countries.
 
* [[Kida]] from ''Atlantis: The Lost Empire'' She is not officially a Disney Princess because her movie was a commercial failure despite it being successful in other countries, it only made 84 million in the United States and 102 million in other countries.
 
* Miss Piggy, Janice and, Charlene Sinclair are not considered Disney Princesses since they're all live-action puppets.
 
* Miss Piggy, Janice and, Charlene Sinclair are not considered Disney Princesses since they're all live-action puppets.
* 20th Century Fox characters Lois Griifth, Marge, Lisa, and Maggie Simpson, and Meg Griffith are not considered to be "Disney Princesses" since they are all animated television characters, which does not meet the criteria.
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* 20th Century Fox characters Lois Griifn Marge, Lisa, and Maggie Simpson, and Meg Griffn are not considered to be "Disney Princesses" since they are all animated television characters, and are from cartoons aimed at adults, which does not meet the criteria.
 
* ''Ice Age ''characters Ellie, Scrattee, Shelly, Mama Dino, Peaches, Granny Sloth, Shira, and Brooke are not considered to be "Disney Princesses" since they are all animal characters that were introduced in sequels, which do not meet criteria. Yes, Disney is now the parent owner of 20th Century Fox, but animal characters, whether they are live action, or animated, cannot join the line-up.
 
* ''Ice Age ''characters Ellie, Scrattee, Shelly, Mama Dino, Peaches, Granny Sloth, Shira, and Brooke are not considered to be "Disney Princesses" since they are all animal characters that were introduced in sequels, which do not meet criteria. Yes, Disney is now the parent owner of 20th Century Fox, but animal characters, whether they are live action, or animated, cannot join the line-up.
 
* Natasha Romanov, Wanda Maximoff, Mantis and Valkyrie are not included in the line-up because they were all first introduced in Marvel movie sequels.
 
* Natasha Romanov, Wanda Maximoff, Mantis and Valkyrie are not included in the line-up because they were all first introduced in Marvel movie sequels.
 
* Pepper Potts, Peggy Carter, Sharon Carter, Frigga, Lady Sif, Jane Foster, Meredith Quill, Hope Van Dyne, Janet Van Dyne, Grace Lang, The Ancient One, Nova Prime, Aleta Ogord, Okyoke, and Nakia are not included in the line-up because they were all introduced as either minor or secondary characters in their respective films.
 
* Pepper Potts, Peggy Carter, Sharon Carter, Frigga, Lady Sif, Jane Foster, Meredith Quill, Hope Van Dyne, Janet Van Dyne, Grace Lang, The Ancient One, Nova Prime, Aleta Ogord, Okyoke, and Nakia are not included in the line-up because they were all introduced as either minor or secondary characters in their respective films.
 
* Nebula, Hela, Goddess of Death, and Ghost are not considered to be Disney Princesses, due to these women having to have all originally been first introduced as antagonists.
 
* Nebula, Hela, Goddess of Death, and Ghost are not considered to be Disney Princesses, due to these women having to have all originally been first introduced as antagonists.
* Characters from Disney comics such as Dickie Duck, Neptunia, Eurasia Toft and Agent Uma are not considered Disney Princesses since they're all foreign creations.
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* Characters from Disney comics such as Dickie Duck, Neptunia, Eurasia Toft, Will Vandom and Agent Uma are not considered Disney Princesses since they're all foreign creations.
 
* None of the female protagonists from a Disney television series (e.g. Kim Possible, Star Butterfly from ''Star vs. the Forces of Evil'') are considered Disney Princesses due to the "Disney Teleivision Animation division" not meeting the criteria.
 
* None of the female protagonists from a Disney television series (e.g. Kim Possible, Star Butterfly from ''Star vs. the Forces of Evil'') are considered Disney Princesses due to the "Disney Teleivision Animation division" not meeting the criteria.
 
* Esmeralda was an official Disney Princess in 2004, she was removed because she was not selling as good like the others in the franchise like the others where so Disney crossed her off the list for that reason.
 
* Esmeralda was an official Disney Princess in 2004, she was removed because she was not selling as good like the others in the franchise like the others where so Disney crossed her off the list for that reason.
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[[File:06_Jasmine.jpg|thumb|left|200px]]
   
'''Jasmine''' is the main female protagonist of ''[[Aladdin]]'', its two sequels, and the television series. Linda Larkin provides Jasmine's voice in all animated iterations of Aladdin, Lea Solanga provides the singing voice for Jasmine in the original Aladdin, Liz Callaway provides the singing voice for Jasmine in the sequels. Jasmine is the daughter (and only child) of the [[Sultan]] of Agrabah, the traditional title styled "Shahzadi Sultana" (Princess). When she marries [[Aladdin]], a commoner (the son of the self-styled "King of Thieves" notwithstanding), he gains the title Prince Consort. Upon the death or abdication of her father in favor of Aladdin (as was stated to be the Sultan's wish), Aladdin would become the Sultan of Agrabah and Jasmine would acquire the title of Sultana. She is the first princess to not be the titular character in her film and is the first non-white and the first Middle Eastern/southwest Asian princess.
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'''Jasmine''' is the main female protagonist of ''[[Aladdin]]'', its two sequels, and the television series. Linda Larkin provides Jasmine's voice in all animated iterations of Aladdin, Lea Salonga provides the singing voice for Jasmine in the original Aladdin, Liz Callaway provides the singing voice for Jasmine in the sequels. Jasmine is the daughter (and only child) of the [[Sultan]] of Agrabah, the traditional title styled "Shahzadi Sultana" (Princess). When she marries [[Aladdin]], a commoner (the son of the self-styled "King of Thieves" not withstanding), he gains the title Prince Consort. Upon the death or abdication of her father in favor of Aladdin (as was stated to be the Sultan's wish), Aladdin would become the Sultan of Agrabah and Jasmine would acquire the title of Sultana. She is the first princess to not be the titular character in her film and is the first non-white and the first Middle Eastern/southwest Asian princess.
   
 
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==='''[[Pocahontas]]'''===
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===Crysta[[File:090185d608f53eb99939970f64f4c738.jpg|thumb]]===
 
===Crysta[[File:090185d608f53eb99939970f64f4c738.jpg|thumb]]===
Crysta is the main protagonist of 20th Century Fox's 1992 animated feature film, "Ferngully: The Last Rainforest." Crysta will join the lineup along with Anastasia who both films were considered as fiancial successes at the box office. Crysta will also be replacing [[Tinker Bell]] , as the third human like princess, after Ariel and Gamora.
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Crysta is the main protagonist of 20th Century Fox's 1992 animated feature film, "Ferngully: The Last Rainforest." She is an Australian fairy who has to work with her friends and her human boyfriend to defeat an evil entity aiming to pollute and destroy Ferngully, her forest. Crysta will join the lineup along with Anastasia who both films were considered as fiancial successes at the box office. Crysta will also be replacing [[Tinker Bell]] , as the third human like princess, after Ariel and Gamora.
   
 
===[[Anastasia Romanov|Anastasia Romanov[[File:16_Anastasia.jpg|thumb|286px]]]]===
 
===[[Anastasia Romanov|Anastasia Romanov[[File:16_Anastasia.jpg|thumb|286px]]]]===
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* ''Marvel Heroes Omega'': Natasha, Wanda, Carol, Hope, Mantis, and Nebula all appear as playable characters.
 
* ''Marvel Heroes Omega'': Natasha, Wanda, Carol, Hope, Mantis, and Nebula all appear as playable characters.
 
==Non-Disney Princesses==
 
==Non-Disney Princesses==
Due to Disney's massive influence in the animation industry as a whole, several non-Disney movies have featured female protagonists that are directly influenced by Disney Princesses. These are not always princesses ''per se'', but fall under most of the same visual and characterisation tropes, and as such as frequently mistaken for actual Disney characters. They are frequently referred to as "Non-Disney" Princesses in various outlets discussing animation.
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Due to Disney's massive influence in the animation industry as a whole, several non-Disney movies have featured female protagonists that are directly influenced by Disney Princesses. These are not always princesses ''per se'', but fall under most of the same visual and characterisation tropes, and as such as frequently mistaken for actual Disney characters. They are frequently referred to as "Non-Disney" Princesses in various outlets discussing animation. Many of these heroines are from independent animation.
 
*Princess Irene from Budapest Films' ''The Princess and the Goblin'' was loosley based off the original fairytale in 1872. She is royal by birth. This Non-Disney Princess movie was considerd to be one of it's worst animated failures in history. It grossed 2.150 million at the box office.
 
*Princess Irene from Budapest Films' ''The Princess and the Goblin'' was loosley based off the original fairytale in 1872. She is royal by birth. This Non-Disney Princess movie was considerd to be one of it's worst animated failures in history. It grossed 2.150 million at the box office.
 
*Princess Odette from Richard Rich's ''The Swan Princess'' is an example of a classical princess in a 90's movie. Notably, as Disney owns the television rights for ''The Swan Princess'' and its sequels, she can technically be considered an actual Disney Princess. Royal by birth. The film was a flop at the box office. It grossed 9.7 million worldwide, including the U.S.
 
*Princess Odette from Richard Rich's ''The Swan Princess'' is an example of a classical princess in a 90's movie. Notably, as Disney owns the television rights for ''The Swan Princess'' and its sequels, she can technically be considered an actual Disney Princess. Royal by birth. The film was a flop at the box office. It grossed 9.7 million worldwide, including the U.S.
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*Malta from Nihon Herald Eiga's ''The Sea Prince and Fire Child'' looks similar to Ariel and Snow White. If Disney owned the company, she wouldn't be a princess because she is a fairy but not human (she has blue skin) and she is naked. 
 
*Malta from Nihon Herald Eiga's ''The Sea Prince and Fire Child'' looks similar to Ariel and Snow White. If Disney owned the company, she wouldn't be a princess because she is a fairy but not human (she has blue skin) and she is naked. 
 
*Chel from Dreamworks' ''The Road to El Dorado'' would be their second Hispanic princess if Disney owned the company. She would only be a princess by acts of heroism.
 
*Chel from Dreamworks' ''The Road to El Dorado'' would be their second Hispanic princess if Disney owned the company. She would only be a princess by acts of heroism.
*Daria from ''T'<nowiki/>'''he Princess and the Pea'''''<nowiki/>''' would not be a princess, even if Disney owned her, because her movie was considered one of the worst cartoon movies ever. The background princesses Lillian, Leona and Svenja wouldn't be official because they are only background characters. '''
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*Daria from the Hungarian-American film ''The Princess and the Pea'' would not be a princess, even if Disney owned her, because her movie was considered one of the worst cartoon movies ever. The background princesses Lillian, Leona and Svenja wouldn't be official because they are only background characters. 
 
*Princesses Ella and Snow White from Berliner Film Companie's ''Happily N'Ever After ''and ''Happily N'Ever After 2 ''would not be official, because they are parodies and they are from movies that got negative reviews.
 
*Princesses Ella and Snow White from Berliner Film Companie's ''Happily N'Ever After ''and ''Happily N'Ever After 2 ''would not be official, because they are parodies and they are from movies that got negative reviews.
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*Princess Gwenevere/Princess Starla from the Romanian-American TV show ''Princess Gwenevere/Princess Starla and the Jewel Riders ''wouldn't be official due to being a TV princess and it not being Disney, instead being indie.
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*The heroines of ''Ever After High ''are the daughters of fairytale characters such as Sleeping Beauty, the Mad Hatter, the Snow Queen and Rapunzel. They would not be official due to being introduced as dolls, then cartoon. 
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===Formerly Non-Disney===
 
Disney has officially acquired the rights to all of 20th Century Fox's assets, the deal is expected to be finalized by January 1st, 2019.
 
Disney has officially acquired the rights to all of 20th Century Fox's assets, the deal is expected to be finalized by January 1st, 2019.
 
*Anastasia from Don Bluth's ''Anastasia'' is a notable example in that her movie was a box office success and is among the most frequently mistaken for a Disney character. She is royal by birth. However, she could join the lineup if Disney brand the Fox Animation Studios films as officially their properties.
 
*Anastasia from Don Bluth's ''Anastasia'' is a notable example in that her movie was a box office success and is among the most frequently mistaken for a Disney character. She is royal by birth. However, she could join the lineup if Disney brand the Fox Animation Studios films as officially their properties.
*Thumbelina, another Don Bluth creation, is modelled directly after Ariel and bears the same voice actress. Notably, test screenings have shown that audiences were more responsive to her when her movie had the Disney logo displayed. Royal by marriage. However, even if Thumbelina as a Disney property, she still can't be part of the official lineup due to it's massive failure at the box office.
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*Thumbelina, another Don Bluth creation, is modelled directly after Ariel and bears the same voice actress. Notably, test screenings have shown that audiences were more responsive to her when her movie had the Disney logo displayed. Note, Warner Bros. made it originally, but they gave the rights to Fox, making her a Fox princess. Royal by marriage. However, even if Thumbelina as a Disney property, she still can't be part of the official lineup due to it's massive failure at the box office.
 
*Crysta is from the 1992 Fox Animated film, "Ferngully the Last Rainforest." The movie grossed 33.4 million worldwide and it was considered a financial commercial success, like Anastasia.
 
*Crysta is from the 1992 Fox Animated film, "Ferngully the Last Rainforest." The movie grossed 33.4 million worldwide and it was considered a financial commercial success, like Anastasia.
 
==Future Disney Princesses==
 
==Future Disney Princesses==
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** Adrina is thought to be a "national hero" due to saving Peru during the Peruvian-Chillian war.
 
** Adrina is thought to be a "national hero" due to saving Peru during the Peruvian-Chillian war.
 
* Rapunzel was the first Disney Princess to have her film rated PG followed by Merida, Anna, Elsa and Moana
 
* Rapunzel was the first Disney Princess to have her film rated PG followed by Merida, Anna, Elsa and Moana
* Unlike others, Celine is the only CGI Princess who's film is rated G
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* Unlike others, Celine is the only CGI Princess who's film is rated G.
 
* Cinderella, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Anna, Elsa, and Moana are the only Princesses whose antagonists weren't killed in their feature films, although Jafar does die in ''The Return of Jafar''.
 
* Cinderella, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Anna, Elsa, and Moana are the only Princesses whose antagonists weren't killed in their feature films, although Jafar does die in ''The Return of Jafar''.
 
* All of the Disney Princesses from non-European countries have male villains, while Belle is the only 2D Caucasian Princess to have a male villian (all others are female) while Rapunzel, Natalie and Cecilia are the only three CGI Princesses to have female villains (all others are male). Meanwhile, Moana is the only princess to have both a male and a female villain.
 
* All of the Disney Princesses from non-European countries have male villains, while Belle is the only 2D Caucasian Princess to have a male villian (all others are female) while Rapunzel, Natalie and Cecilia are the only three CGI Princesses to have female villains (all others are male). Meanwhile, Moana is the only princess to have both a male and a female villain.
 
* Moana is also the only princess to redeem her primary antagonist, meaning a character who is bad becomes good.
 
* Moana is also the only princess to redeem her primary antagonist, meaning a character who is bad becomes good.
 
* Athena is the only princess to have more than one villain in the film.
 
* Athena is the only princess to have more than one villain in the film.
* She is also the second princess to have an allie to betray her, who was Terra, while Rapunzel was betrayed by Cassandra.
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* She is also the second princess to have an ally to betray her, who was Terra, while Rapunzel was betrayed by Cassandra.
 
* Cinderella, Belle, Pocahontas, Mulan, Rapunzel, Celine, Natalie, Cecilia, Gloria, and Adrina are all the only Princesses who have antagonists that don't possess any supernatural ability.
 
* Cinderella, Belle, Pocahontas, Mulan, Rapunzel, Celine, Natalie, Cecilia, Gloria, and Adrina are all the only Princesses who have antagonists that don't possess any supernatural ability.
 
* The Disney Princesses created after Mulan did not appear in ''House of Mouse'', since the show ended in 2003.
 
* The Disney Princesses created after Mulan did not appear in ''House of Mouse'', since the show ended in 2003.

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Disney Princess is a media franchise owned by the Walt Disney Company. Created by Disney Consumer Products chairman Andy Mooney in the late 1990s, the franchise spotlights a line-up of fictional female heroines who have appeared in various Disney animated feature films.

The franchise currently comprises twelve female protagonists from eleven different Walt Disney Animation Studios films and one Pixarfilm who are either royal by birth, royal by marriage, or considered a "princess" due to their significant portrayal of heroism in their film. Although the specific criteria for becoming a member of the franchise is vague for the most part, most often there are "unofficial" Disney Princesses who do not join the line-up for different reasons. Like cases of Elionwy, Kida and Thumbelina, they've all experienced commercial failures of their films, therefore they can't be part of the lineup.

Sofia the First is too young to be part of the group, who is 6 years old.

In cases of Anna and Elsa, they ended up spawning their own franchise due to how successful their movie was, despite being paired with the princesses from time to time.

The original Disney Princess line-up featured Snow WhiteCinderellaAuroraArielBelleJasminePocahontas, and Mulan. It later expanded to include TianaRapunzelMerida, and Moana after the successes and cultural impact of their respective films.

We will be experiencing princesses in the future who possibly can join the lineup once the movies have been made: Celine (Princess of Budapest), Natalie and Cecilia (The Escape), Emily, Diane and Laura (World Adventurers) Michelle (Secret of the Tunnel) Quinn (Discovery), Gloria (Spring Cove), Mary-Ann, Zara (Fearless), Kayla (The Mysterious Pathaway), Karnika and Kasha (Safe Ever After), Adrina, Molly (The Way Home) Chiara and Sara (Safe), and Athena.

The Disney Princesses are featured in various sing-a-long video series released through the Walt Disney Company. In addition, the franchise includes dolls, miniature castles, and other toys. The Princesses are also featured very prominently at the Disney theme parks.

Since 2013, with the exception of those created after the Disney Renaissance, the Princesses are showcased in their enhanced and modified redesigned outfits (excluding Ariel) instead of the ones that they wear in their own movies.

Requirements to be a "Disney Princess"

Each official Disney Princess must meet the following requirements:

•The character must have a primary role in a Disney/Pixar film or another division owned by Disney such as Marvel Studios or 20th Century Fox. (Live action characters only can be included if Disney has to pay royalties to the actresses' likeness or they don't have to at all.)

•The character must be human, or human-like in the cases of Ariel, Crysta, Gamora and formerly, Tinkerbell.

•The character should not have been introduced into a sequel.

•The character should be born royal, married royal, or has peforrmed an act of heroism in the cases of Mulan, Gamora, Moana and Crysta

•The overall critical and box office success of the film can be seen as the deciding factor as to whether or not a character can join the franchise. This explains the absence of Eilonwy, Kida and Thumbelina.

In the 2016 film MoanaMaui states that princesses have animal sidekicks. This has been evidently shown to be a common characteristic among the official members. But it is unknown if it is considered an official Disney Princess rule.

  • Being a separate franchise also affects the status of a princess such as Tinkerbell when she enters the Disney Fairies franchise.

Facts pertaining to the original fairy tales upon which the films are based are irrelevant to the versions appearing in the franchise.

The Princesses themselves, despite appearing in separate films, have distinct similarities. Most Princesses have the common ability to communicate with animals (even if the animals do not actually talk back). They are also known for their inner and outer beauty, as well as having beautiful singing voices (the exception to this is Merida, who only sings a song with her mother when she is little). Each Princess (excluding Merida) also has a romance that is resolved by the end of the film; the male counterparts are known as Disney Princes.  The Princesses can also be grouped depending on what era their films debuted. The "original" three (Snow White, Cinderella and Aurora), are quiet, classy, graceful and romantic daydreamers; they play more of a "damsel in distress" role and suffer from the actions caused by others. They hold an inner strength through compassion, love, kindness and (particularly with Snow White) a strong sense of resilience. Many "feminist" people hate on these three for either not doing much or getting their husbands to solve their problems. During the Disney Renaissance Era, which started with The Little Mermaid in 1989 and ended in 2000, the heroines in Disney feature films became more active than reactive and included Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas and Mulan. These women were strong-willed, adventurous, feisty, cunning and determined. They were less interested in finding love and more interested in finding adventure and freedom. The Renaissance Princesses also existed in worlds that were more self-aware of the changing roles of women. For example, in The Little Mermaid, the villainess Ursula assures Ariel that she won't need her voice on land as men prefer silent women; Belle, from Beauty and the Beast, is told by Gaston that "it's not right for a woman to read." And Mulan, who joins an army under the guise of a man, must listen to her peers extol masculine traits, while describing an ideal wife who is pretty, obedient and a good cook. The latest Princesses were created within the past decade and are more modern. Tiana from The Princess and the Frog is a young woman who doesn't rely on magic and knows that it takes hard work to reach one's goals; Rapunzel from Tangled, however, is more idealistic and isn't afraid to go after what she wants.

Whether or not Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy, should join the line-up has been a subject of debate among fans since all of her films were live action as opposed to being animated. However, she does meet the majority of requirements that would enable her to do so, such as having a primary role in a Disney film (Marvel Studios is owned by Disney), her first film being both a critical and commercial success and is regarded as a "national hero" like Mulan is.

  • Those who favor the inclusion claim that Gamora could represent modern social issues that young women often face today such as immigration, childhood abuse, and challenges relating to refugee migration. In addition, they also suggest that it would draw young women to show some interest in astronomy, military-related careers, music, and the comic book lore in general.
  • Those who are against the inclusion claim that it would serve as being nothing more than just "poor commentary" towards Gamora and other female Marvel Cinematic Universe characters.
  • Some fans who argue against Gamora's inclusion in the princess line-up suggest that the Disney should keep it's Marvel Cinematic Universe canon separate from the animated Disney canon.
  • However, considering that Gamora is expected to appear in the upcoming Ralph Breaks the Internet, it's very likely that Disney may include her in the line up in the future.

However, there are also arguments that Crysta and Anastasia can't be Disney Princesses because their films were not made by Disney, of course Disney has bought 20th Century Fox and Disney now owns the rights to the films, they will likley be added if Disney officialy brand the Fox Animation studios films as their properties.

Why Some Disney Females are not a "Disney Princess"

  • Some female protagonists, even those that hold the "princess" title, may not be included in the official line-up for the following reasons:
  • Nala from The Lion King she is not an official Disney Princess because she is not human which means it would look awkward seeing animals with princesses
  • Elionwy from The Black Cauldron, she is not a Disney Princess because her commercial and critical failure and lackluster of her film. It grossed 21.4 million.
  • Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire She is not officially a Disney Princess because her movie was a commercial failure despite it being successful in other countries, it only made 84 million in the United States and 102 million in other countries.
  • Miss Piggy, Janice and, Charlene Sinclair are not considered Disney Princesses since they're all live-action puppets.
  • 20th Century Fox characters Lois Griifn Marge, Lisa, and Maggie Simpson, and Meg Griffn are not considered to be "Disney Princesses" since they are all animated television characters, and are from cartoons aimed at adults, which does not meet the criteria.
  • Ice Age characters Ellie, Scrattee, Shelly, Mama Dino, Peaches, Granny Sloth, Shira, and Brooke are not considered to be "Disney Princesses" since they are all animal characters that were introduced in sequels, which do not meet criteria. Yes, Disney is now the parent owner of 20th Century Fox, but animal characters, whether they are live action, or animated, cannot join the line-up.
  • Natasha Romanov, Wanda Maximoff, Mantis and Valkyrie are not included in the line-up because they were all first introduced in Marvel movie sequels.
  • Pepper Potts, Peggy Carter, Sharon Carter, Frigga, Lady Sif, Jane Foster, Meredith Quill, Hope Van Dyne, Janet Van Dyne, Grace Lang, The Ancient One, Nova Prime, Aleta Ogord, Okyoke, and Nakia are not included in the line-up because they were all introduced as either minor or secondary characters in their respective films.
  • Nebula, Hela, Goddess of Death, and Ghost are not considered to be Disney Princesses, due to these women having to have all originally been first introduced as antagonists.
  • Characters from Disney comics such as Dickie Duck, Neptunia, Eurasia Toft, Will Vandom and Agent Uma are not considered Disney Princesses since they're all foreign creations.
  • None of the female protagonists from a Disney television series (e.g. Kim Possible, Star Butterfly from Star vs. the Forces of Evil) are considered Disney Princesses due to the "Disney Teleivision Animation division" not meeting the criteria.
  • Esmeralda was an official Disney Princess in 2004, she was removed because she was not selling as good like the others in the franchise like the others where so Disney crossed her off the list for that reason.
  • Jane Porter was originally considered as the newest Disney Princess in 1999, not long after the Disney Princess franchise started, she was ultimately removed likley because her dress color scheme was too similar to Belle's so she was removed for that reason so nobody would confuse her for Belle or confusing Belle for Jane Porter.
  • Giselle at that point was really close to being an official Disney Princess, however, the plans to include Giselle in the lineup have quickly dropped because they realized they had to pay royalties to Amy Adams likeness every time she is included in merchandise. Giselle is 32 years old, so she would of been the oldest of the princesses if she was part of the Disney Princess Franchise, she would of also been the first Disney Princess not to be from Walt Disney Animation Canon. However, she could return to being included in the lineup if Disney chooses to pay the royalties to Amy Adam's likeness, which apparently could happen because of the upcoming hybrid film, Disenchanted.
  • Tinkerbell has been removed from the franchise and replaced by Tiana from The Princess and The Frog because she is now the lead character of the Disney Fairies franchise.
  • Gamora, Shuri, and Carol Danvers will be able to join the line-up if Kevin Fiege, president and founder of Marvel Studios, approves the inclusion of both characters since their respective actresses have long since signed off on using their likeness in merchandise relating to their respective films. If included in the Disney Princess franchise, Gamora will be the oldest princess in the line up since she is 24 years old.
  • Anya and Crysta will both join the lineup, if Disney officially brands the Fox Animation studios/20th Century Fox Home Entertainment films as their properties like with Pixar, which was aquired in 2006. This would also apply to Leia, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol as well while Princess Leia Organa is from Lucasfilm and Gamora, Shuri and Carol are all from Marvel Studios.


Official Princesses
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Each of the following 34 women has been certified as an "Official Disney Princess." Some were born into the title (e.g.

Aurora, Merida), some married the son of a king (e.g. Cinderella), some married a Reigning Prince (e.g. Belle), and some correspond to an equivalent title (e.g. Chieftain's Daughter and Sultan's Daughter). So far,

the four exceptions to these rules are Mulan, Gamora, Crysta and Moana; they are currently the only Official Disney Princesses who do not either come from royal bloodlines nor marry into royalty. Of the three, Moana is the only one who has no love interest. Esmeralda and Jane Porter are also aren't royal, but they are no longer officialy part of the Disney Princess franchise.

Born into Royalty: Snow White, Aurora, Ariel, Jasmine (as a Sultan's daughter), Anastasia, Rapunzel, Vanellope, Merida, Anna, ElsaShuri, Sade, Jan-Nin, Celine, Natalie, Cecilia, Emily, Diane, Michelle, Flora and Zara. Pocahontas is considered to be of royal heritage, as she is the daughter of a chief and therefore considered Native American royalty by the English.

Royal by Marriage: Cinderella, BelleTiana, Gloria, Yu-Jin and Kasha become royalty by marriage.

Royal by Act/s of Heroism: Mulan, Moana, CrystaGamora, Carol and Laura are royal by neither birth nor marriage. However, Mulan is still included in the line-up as she meets other requirements and has performed a significant act of heroism. Meanwhile, Moana and Gamora are expected to join the line-up for the same reason.

Regardless of any actual title(s) possessed, each official Disney Princess is properly addressed (within the franchise) as "Princess ________".

Snow White

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Snow White, titular character of the 1937 Disney movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, is a character based on the German fairy tale "Schneewittchen." Snow White has the honor of being the first Princess in the first Disney animated feature, paving the way for all subsequent princesses. Adriana Caselotti provides the voice/singing voice for Snow White. Her true love is the Prince, who is able to wake her from her eternal sleep with true love's kiss. At 14, she is the youngest of the official Disney Princesses.

Cinderella

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Cinderella is the main protagonist of her eponymous film and two sequels and is the second Disney Princess. She is based on the European fairy tale of the same name, of which several variations exist. Ilene Woods provides the voice/singing voice for Cinderella (Original Disney version), Jennifer Hale provides the voice of Cinderella in the sequels, Tami Tappan provides Cinderella's singing voice in Cinderella III. Cinderella is the first Disney Princess to have siblings (albeit step-siblings) and is 19 years old. Cinderella is the first Disney Princess who is married into royalty (she marries Prince Charming).

Aurora

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Aurora is the titular protagonist of the film Sleeping Beauty, based on the classic fairy tale involving a beautiful princess, a sleeping enchantment, and a handsome prince. Aurora is sixteen years old. Mary Costa provides the voice/singing voice for Aurora. The original story is much darker than the Disney version. Aurora has the distinction of being both the Princess with the least amount of screen time and singing more of her lines than speaking them. Aurora has the purest pedigree of any Disney Princess, being the first and only child of a king (King Stefan) who also presumably marries Prince Phillip, the firstborn son and heir of a king (King Hubert).

Ariel

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Ariel is the female protagonist of the films The Little Mermaid, The Little Mermaid II (although the title of main female protagonist is shared with Melody) and The Little Mermaid III, as well as The Little Mermaid Television Series. Jodi Benson provides the both the speaking and singing voices of Ariel in all Disney animated appearances. Ariel is the first Disney Princess to have not been born human and is also the first Disney Princess confirmed to have children as she and Eric have a daughter, Melody, in the sequel. She is sixteen years old in the first film and is presumably in her late twenties in the sequel. Ariel's title of Princess comes from her father, King Triton, a title she shares with her six older sisters. She acquires the title of Princess Consort through her marriage to Prince Eric, though it is unclear whether he is a Prince Regnant (most likely), the son of a King, or both.

Belle

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Belle is the fifth Disney princess and the main female protagonist of the film Beauty and the Beast and its two sequels. Paige O'Hara provides the voice/singing voice of Belle in all three films. Belle is the first Disney Princess to have an antagonist become her love interest. She is also the first person to have a confirmed country in the movie (France). Belle is seventeen years old and the second Disney Princess to be of common birth. When she marries Prince Adam (a Prince Regnant of his principality), she becomes a Princess Consort.

Jasmine

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Jasmine is the main female protagonist of Aladdin, its two sequels, and the television series. Linda Larkin provides Jasmine's voice in all animated iterations of Aladdin, Lea Salonga provides the singing voice for Jasmine in the original Aladdin, Liz Callaway provides the singing voice for Jasmine in the sequels. Jasmine is the daughter (and only child) of the Sultan of Agrabah, the traditional title styled "Shahzadi Sultana" (Princess). When she marries Aladdin, a commoner (the son of the self-styled "King of Thieves" not withstanding), he gains the title Prince Consort. Upon the death or abdication of her father in favor of Aladdin (as was stated to be the Sultan's wish), Aladdin would become the Sultan of Agrabah and Jasmine would acquire the title of Sultana. She is the first princess to not be the titular character in her film and is the first non-white and the first Middle Eastern/southwest Asian princess.

Pocahontas

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Pocahontas is the main protagonist of the film Pocahontas and its sequel, Pocahontas II, and is the first Disney Princess to have been based (loosely) on a real person, instead of a fairy tale. She is a Powhatan Native American, and she is the first Disney Princess to have two "princes" (John Smith and John Rolfe, though only the former is an official Disney Prince). Pocahontas is the second Princess (after Jasmine) to have her singing voice and speaking voice provided by two different voice actresses. Irene Bedard and Judy Kuhn provide the voice and singing voice of Pocahontas in both movies, respectively. Pocahontas was born as the only child of Chief Powhatan, thus giving her the title of Chieftain's Daughter. Though not royalty, she is accorded the respect of one (i.e. a princess) in the sequel and is officially regarded as a Disney Princess. Her eventual marriage to John Rolfe (a commoner) does not change her status or his.

Mulan

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Fa Mulan is the main protagonist in the Disney film Mulan and its sequel Mulan II. She is the first Disney Princess to be based on a legend and the second not to be based on a fairy tale (Pocahontas). Ming-Na Wen and Lea Salonga provide the voice and singing voice of Mulan in both films, respectively. Mulan is (to date) the only Disney Princess who does not hold the title of Princess in one form or another. However, she does earn the non-noble title of Imperial Consul. Her eventual marriage to General Li Shang (also non-noble) does not grant her any titles either. Mulan and Shang are the only non-royal Disney couple in the Disney Princess franchise.

Tiana
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Tiana is the main female protagonist in the film The Princess and the Frog. Tiana made history as the first African-American Disney Princess. Anika Noni Rose provides the voice/singing for Tiana. She is the third to be married into her title. Commoner-born, Tiana becomes Princess Consort upon her marriage to Prince Naveen, the eldest son and Heir Apparent of the King of Maldonia. She is the most modern of all princesses due to living in 1920s New Orleans and is the first American and first black princess.

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Rapunzel is the main female protagonist in the film Tangled and the short film Tangled Ever After. Like Aurora, she has golden hair, was born into her title, and was removed from her parent's custody as a baby, only to be reunited in her teens. Mandy Moore provides both the speaking and singing voices for Rapunzel. She is one of the stronger-willed Princesses and her preferred weapon is a frying pan. As the only child of the King Frederic and Queen Arianna of Corona, she eventually marries Eugene "Flynn Rider" Fitzherbert, giving him the title of Prince Consort. Upon the death or abdication of her father, Rapunzel will become Queen Regnant of Corona, while her husband will remain Prince Consort.

Merida

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Merida is the main protagonist of the Disney/Pixar film Brave, making her the first Pixar Princess. She is the first princess since Ariel to have red hair: she has long, curly, red hair and blue eyes. Kelly MacDonald and Julie Fowlis provide the voice and singing voice for Merida. Merida is a Princess by blood; firstborn of King Fergus of DunBroch. Her lack of a romantic interest (and lack of any sequels) makes it unlikely that she will rise to rule the kingdom as a Regnant Queen, considering the views of gender equality in the era.


Moana
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Moana is the main protagonist of the film of the same name. She is the daughter of Chief Tui and Sina of Moltunui. Although she meets the requirements for the official Disney Princess franchise, she hasn't had her live coronation yet, making her an unofficial Disney Princess at the moment.

Future Princesses

Crysta
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Crysta is the main protagonist of 20th Century Fox's 1992 animated feature film, "Ferngully: The Last Rainforest." She is an Australian fairy who has to work with her friends and her human boyfriend to defeat an evil entity aiming to pollute and destroy Ferngully, her forest. Crysta will join the lineup along with Anastasia who both films were considered as fiancial successes at the box office. Crysta will also be replacing Tinker Bell , as the third human like princess, after Ariel and Gamora.

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Anastasia is a character that was created by 20th Century Fox. She is likely expected to join the lineup because Disney acquired fox in late 2017. The Disney-Fox merger has not been completed yet, but it'll be finalized by Summer 2019. This is about the legend of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia, which claims that she, in fact, escaped the execution of her family. Its basic plot centers around an eighteen-year-old amnesiac orphan named Anya who, in hopes of finding some trace of her family, sides with con men who wish to take advantage of her likeness to the Grand Duchess; thus the film shares its plot with Fox's prior film from 1956, which, in turn, was based on the 1955 play by Marcelle Maurette.

Gamora
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Gamora is a character Disney had created for it's live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe canon. Some fans believe that she might join the line up at some point

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after the release of either Avengers 4 or Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 despite her film, Guardians of the Galaxy, and it's sequels all being live action. However, she is also, one of the main protagonist of an animated series of the same name on Disney XD. She's loosely based off a character of the same name from Marvel's series of comic books. In Disney canon, Gamora, the reformed assassin step-daughter of the Mad Titian Thanos, began seeking her redemption when she was first hired to steal an orb when she finds herself in the middle of a quest to save Xandar from a sinister Kree Accuser. This eventually lead to her becoming friends with and joining the other members of the Guardians of the Galaxy. Whether Gamora should or shouldn't join the line-up has been the subject of debate among fans, due to her films all being live action even though there might be a chance that she may. If included, Gamora would be the first Disney Princess from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as be based off a character from a Marvel Comic. Her film would also be the first Disney Princess film to be originally based off a Marvel comic since Disney is the parent owner of Marvel. She would also be the oldest princess in the franchise for at the start of her first film, Gamora is 24-years-old. In addition, the inclusion of Gamora would make her and Peter Quill the second non-royal Disney couple to be part of the line-up. She is portrayed by Zoe Saldana.
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Shuri

Shuri is the daughter of King T'Chaka and Queen Ramonda, and the sister of T'Challa. Shuri loves her brother deeply, and she helps him run Wakanda. She has genius-level intellect, being on the same intellectual level as Tony Stark, Hank Pym and Bruce Banner. Her vast scientific knowledge helps not only Wakanda as a whole but also T'Challa in his role as the superhero Black Panther. She also appears as a protagonist in the animated series Marvel's Avengers: Black Panther Quest. She is the first Disney princess to come from an African nation. She is also the second Disney Princess to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as be based off a character from the pages of a Marvel Comic.


Carol "Captain Marvel" Danvers
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Carol Danvers, who is also known as "Captain Marvel", is the protagonist of the

upcoming 2019 Marvel Studios film Captain Marvel, as well as Avengers 4. In Disney canon, Carol is an American air-force pilot who obtain cosmic powers as a result of her Kree-heritage. It is also believed that aside from replacing both Steve Rogers and Tony Stark as a leader of the Avengers team, she might be able to join the Disney Princess franchise along with Gamora and Shuri in the future if Kevin Feige, President and Founder of Marvel Studios, approves the inclusion. If that's the case, then, the character, played by Brie Larson, would become the third American-born Disney Princess after Pocahontas and Tiana.


Sade

Sade

Sade is the main protagonist in Disney's upcoming live-action film of the same name. She has warrior powers which protect herself and her people. However, despite being live action she will likley join the Disney Princess lineup in the further future.


Jan-Nin

Jan-Nin is the main protagonist of Dragon Empire. She's also considered to join the Disney Princess franchise along with Sade.

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Celine

Celine is the protagonist of Evan's upcoming CGI film "Princess of Budapest." She is the daughter of King Ambrus and Queen Hanna. She is a 18 year old woman who has a very curious attitude. She can actully know who people are wether, he/she is good, neutral or bad. Whenever Ambrus her father, arranges her to marry Prince Andrew, she eventully rejects the proposal as she at first caught him stealing the ring from someone elses who were also were suppose to get married, after her argument with her father, this what caused her to end up with Johnathon. Celine is a brave, compassionate and honorable heroine, she is also known to be very similar to Belle and Tiana. She always likes to read, and also when if she helps other people with anything, she believes that everyone will be more respectful and kind to her and also treat her more fairly like she wants to be instead of relying on magic.


Natalie

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Natalie is the main female protagonist of the upcoming film "The Escape." Originally called An Escape from Russia. Natalie is the oldest sister of Cecilia Merili. can be described as "very serious" or "tough as nails." Despite that, she is very nice and has a very respectful behavior. She always wants everyone to be nice to her because whenever someone is offending her, she feels she's being wrongly accused of not being in charged of such as Judge Elizabeth, which who she really hates because Natalie views her as a witch because of her evil and cruel personality, and who tried to have her family executed when being wrongly accused of commiting illegal crimes. Natalie stands up to her in front of the balcony to let her family free to go back home as Elizabeth refuses. At the end of the film, She, Cecilia, their parents and love intrests were able to be home and save at last to Victoria's home.






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Cecilia

Cecilia is the deutaragonist of the film "The Escape." She is the younger sister of Natalie who is 20, she is 17 years old. Cecilia and Natalie both live in Tallin, Estonia. Cecilia can be partically agressive at times, especially with Judge Elizabeth. She also gets made whenever their parrot, Sunny repeats whatever they say, technically, Cecilia does not like any harm to happen to her. Her biggest fear was when she and James who is her prince, where nearly at the end of the cliff which she has basiphobia. Therefore, she saves Natalie from falling of the cliff, after alegedly killing Elizabeth after her fall. 











Emily

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Emily, Alexander, Quinn, Derek, Michelle and Brian all serve as the main protagonists in World Adventurers. Emily is the princess of Multiple Flag Island, who is the father of a king (Phillip) who have abdicated from his throne 5 years after the death of her mother. (Dolores) Emily is a very independent princess who becomes very protective of her kingdom, while she was married to Alexander for a year. Her step sister Quinn who also has the title "Princess." Has much more of a defensive role who is protective of Emily and the other princeses, Diane, Laura, Michelle and Flora. Emily is very kind-hearted, she also can be very heroic at times, but she sometimes can have agrophobia, which is fear of leaving her palace, but that is not usual. Emily and Alexander both along with other people that also helped defeat Walter Sanders from attacking their nation.










Diane

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Diane is the deutaragonist of World Adventurers. She is one of Emily's allies who is considered to be the most active on duty. She is also the oldest of the princesses at 23 years old. Diane has 4 younger sisters and 1 older brother, who are Flora, Isabella, Nora, Sarah and Andrew. She is very obedient, kind, respectful to her parents, George and Felicia. She also has leaf powers which help her to protect herself, she also has a power that stops anyone who tries to harm or kill her. Meanwhile, she and Laura found Alexander, Brian, Derek, Flora, Emily and Michelle all kidnapped and as they both attack Walter from 20 stories tall as they come to save the 3 young couples. She also does not have a love intrest, like Merida, Vanellope, Elsa and Moana.












 

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Laura

Laura serves as the tritagonist in World Adventurers. Laura is very tomboyish, and yes she still is feminine, she is no damsel in distress, however her personality can state that she would only marry a man if she saves him.








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Michelle is the protagonist of The Secrets of the Tunnel. A brave princess who helps her love interest find the lost stone that belongs to Michelle's parents' kingdom they have a variety of collections that have been found parts of the world, Michelle goes out with her love interest, Brian and find out that they have been stolen by a robber, who has been their long enemy, so they must fight to bring the lost stone back to their village and banish the bad guy.









Quinn

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Quinn is the stepsister of Emily, and like Diane, she is also one of the most princesses to be active on duty. Quinn is very defensive and strongly has courage of standing up for herself and for Emily agaisnt Walter Sanders who judges them to not to live at their homes anymore because of his hatred, but Quinn has acts of heroism where she battles the troops to prevent them from getting harsh as she and others get more protective.







Gloria

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Gloria is the protagonist of Disney/Pixar's upcoming film "Spring Cove." Gloria is a spanish princess who is very protective of her people, she also is very kind, respectful and compassionate.
















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Mary-Ann

Mary-Ann is the protagonist of the film of the same name. She is a 16 year old orphan who embarks on adventure with her pet Fox and an anthromorphic Panda, "Hui." who are out to save Yu-Jin's love intrest from Joe Wooflie and also to stop him from destroying Yu-Jin's new city.














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Zara

Zara is the protagonist of the upcoming combined 2D/CGI Film, Fearless. Zara is a Swedish girl who a prince admits she is a lost princess since the death of her parents, Charles found Zara then later they deal with two villians who try to destroy their empire and Zara deals with her three weapons to prevent it from happening.















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Adrina

Adrina is the protagonist of the upcoming Disney/Pixar film of the same name. Adrina is a 22 year old woman, who goes out disgising as a man (similar to Mulan), to save her city from destruction of violence as she enters to the Peruvian military to honor her family and people.














Unofficial Disney Princesses

Disney heroines and actual princesses that are not part of the official line-up but are princesses/heroines in their respective films but officially have affliations with the Disney Princesses. These characters have appeared in some official Disney Princess products or promotions. However, these characters may officially join the line-up in the future depending on public interest in them. They also are verified as Disney Heroines.

  • Minnie Mouse
  • Daisy Duck
  • Dickie Duck
  • Webby Wanderquack from DuckTales (2017)
  • Miss Piggy
  • Faline from Bambi.
  • Alice from Alice in Wonderland.
  • Tinker Bell and Wendy Darling from Peter Pan
  • Shanti from The Jungle Book
  • Maid Marian from Robin Hood
  • Princesses Attina, Alana, Adella, Aquata, Arista, and Andrina from The Little Mermaid
  • Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Megara from Hercules
  • Jane Porter from Tarzan
  • Empress Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
  • Jessie from Toy Story 2
  • Queen Atta from A Bug's Life
  • Princess Dot from A Bug's Life
  • Ting-Ting, Su, and Mei from Mulan II
  • Kilala Reno from Kilala Princess
  • Princess Melody from The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
  • Jane Darling from Peter Pan II: Return to Neverland
  • Giselle from Enchanted
  • President Vanellope von Schweetz from Wreck-It Ralph
  • Sofia from Sofia the First
  • Princess Elena from Elena of Avalor
  • Star Butterfly from Star vs. the Forces of Evil
  • Princess Leia from Star Wars
  • Princess Eilonwy from The Black Cauldron
  • Princess Shuri from Black Panther
  • Mantis from Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Nebula from Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Nova Prime from Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Black Widow/Natasha Romanov from The Avengers
  • Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff from The Avengers
  • Captian Marvel/Carol Danvers from Captian Marvel
  • Pepper Potts-Stark/Rescue from The Avengers
  • The Wasp/Hope Van Dye from Ant-Man
  • Valkyrie from Thor: Ragnarok
  • Dr. Jane Foster from Thor
  • Padme Amidala Skywalker from Star Wars
  • Rey from Star Wars
  • Princess Anna & Queen Elsa from Frozen
  • Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova from Anastasia
  • Gamora from Guradians of The Galaxy 
  • Shuri from Black Panther
  • Jan-Nin from Dragon Empire
  • Princess Sadé from Sadé
  • Princess Thumbelina from Thumbelina
  • Crysta from Ferngully: The Last Rainforest
  • Princess Clara from The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
  • Britany Sarah Doghouse from Traffic Lights
  • Cora, Cutsie, Blair and Bailey from CCG
  • Princesses Flora, Isabella, Nora and Sarah from World Adventurers

Products that included them

Other Disney characters have guest starred alongside the twelve above princesses in various Disney Princess products.

  • Disney Princess Dolls:
    • Disney Store Classic Dolls: Tinker Bell and Esmeralda are included.
    • Assorted Dolls: Alice, Wendy Darling, Tinker Bell, and Melody are included.
  • Disney Princess Fashion Figures: Minnie Mouse and Tinker Bell are included.
  • Princess Collection 2: Songs by Maid Marian, Nala, and Megara are included.
  • Disney Princess Sing-Along Songs - Once Upon a Dream: Sing along segments by Minnie Mouse, Megara, and Ting-Ting, Su, and Mei are included.
  • Disney Princess Sing-Along Songs Vol. 2 - Enchanted Tea Party: Sing along segments by Alice, Maid Marian, and Melody are included.
  • Disney Princess Sing-Along Songs Vol. 3 - Perfectly Princess: Sing along segments by Alice and Melody are included.
    • Disney Princess: "It's Not Just Make Believe" Music Video: Alice and Melody are included.
  • Disney Princess Magazines: Alice, Esmeralda, and Jane Porter appeared in magazines, and in the case of Jane, they came to be presented as new princesses for the franchise.
  • Once Upon a Princess: Volume 1: A storybook segment by Esmeralda is included.
  • My Princess Collection (books collection): Alice, Dot, Jessie, and Kida are included.[3]
  • Disney Princess Puzzle: Minnie Mouse is included.
  • Disney Princess: Journey to London: Megara and Esmeralda are included.
  • Dream Big, Princess (commercial series): Elena is featured in occasional commercials alongside the official line-up.
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: The TellTale Series: Mantis and Nebula appear. Nova Prime is briefly mentioned at the start of the first episode.
  • Marvel Heroes Omega: Natasha, Wanda, Carol, Hope, Mantis, and Nebula all appear as playable characters.

Non-Disney Princesses

Due to Disney's massive influence in the animation industry as a whole, several non-Disney movies have featured female protagonists that are directly influenced by Disney Princesses. These are not always princesses per se, but fall under most of the same visual and characterisation tropes, and as such as frequently mistaken for actual Disney characters. They are frequently referred to as "Non-Disney" Princesses in various outlets discussing animation. Many of these heroines are from independent animation.

  • Princess Irene from Budapest Films' The Princess and the Goblin was loosley based off the original fairytale in 1872. She is royal by birth. This Non-Disney Princess movie was considerd to be one of it's worst animated failures in history. It grossed 2.150 million at the box office.
  • Princess Odette from Richard Rich's The Swan Princess is an example of a classical princess in a 90's movie. Notably, as Disney owns the television rights for The Swan Princess and its sequels, she can technically be considered an actual Disney Princess. Royal by birth. The film was a flop at the box office. It grossed 9.7 million worldwide, including the U.S.
  • Kayley from Warner Brothers' Quest For Camelot was modeled directly after Belle, to the point that the movie character (otherwise loosely based on Lynette from the book The King's Damosel) has been accused of plagiarism. Not royal, though she displays acts of heroism. The film was also a critical and commercial failure at the box office. It grossed 38 million worldwide. Kayley is even considered to be a Disney rip off character since she has an identical resemblance to Belle.
  • While Universal Studios currently holds the film rights to the Pokemon series of games, which includes the upcoming Detective Pikachu, this does not appear to be the case with the famous, long-running animated series of the same name. Currently, Disney holds all television rights to Pokemon: The Series, which can technically make the show's female characters like Misty, May Maple, Dawn Berlitz, Iris, Serena, Bonnie, Lana, Mallow, and Lillie "Disney Princesses" since the majority of them have all appeared in animated Pokemon films. Although they can all be regarded as being "royal" by acts of heroism, they cannot join the line-up since they are all foreign creations, via, Nintendo.
  •  Amalthea from Rankin Bass' The Last Unicorn is a fairly Disney-like character who has a song. If Disney bught the rights to Rankin Bass, she still probably wouldn't become a princess because she's a unicorn, she is very miserable and her movie had too much violence and she was naked at one point (when she became human).
  • Princess Zeila from Italy's The Singing Princess is also Middle Eastern and looks kind of like Jasmine. She is a child.
  • Malta from Nihon Herald Eiga's The Sea Prince and Fire Child looks similar to Ariel and Snow White. If Disney owned the company, she wouldn't be a princess because she is a fairy but not human (she has blue skin) and she is naked. 
  • Chel from Dreamworks' The Road to El Dorado would be their second Hispanic princess if Disney owned the company. She would only be a princess by acts of heroism.
  • Daria from the Hungarian-American film The Princess and the Pea would not be a princess, even if Disney owned her, because her movie was considered one of the worst cartoon movies ever. The background princesses Lillian, Leona and Svenja wouldn't be official because they are only background characters. 
  • Princesses Ella and Snow White from Berliner Film Companie's Happily N'Ever After and Happily N'Ever After 2 would not be official, because they are parodies and they are from movies that got negative reviews.
  • Princess Gwenevere/Princess Starla from the Romanian-American TV show Princess Gwenevere/Princess Starla and the Jewel Riders wouldn't be official due to being a TV princess and it not being Disney, instead being indie.
  • The heroines of Ever After High are the daughters of fairytale characters such as Sleeping Beauty, the Mad Hatter, the Snow Queen and Rapunzel. They would not be official due to being introduced as dolls, then cartoon. 

Formerly Non-Disney

Disney has officially acquired the rights to all of 20th Century Fox's assets, the deal is expected to be finalized by January 1st, 2019.

  • Anastasia from Don Bluth's Anastasia is a notable example in that her movie was a box office success and is among the most frequently mistaken for a Disney character. She is royal by birth. However, she could join the lineup if Disney brand the Fox Animation Studios films as officially their properties.
  • Thumbelina, another Don Bluth creation, is modelled directly after Ariel and bears the same voice actress. Notably, test screenings have shown that audiences were more responsive to her when her movie had the Disney logo displayed. Note, Warner Bros. made it originally, but they gave the rights to Fox, making her a Fox princess. Royal by marriage. However, even if Thumbelina as a Disney property, she still can't be part of the official lineup due to it's massive failure at the box office.
  • Crysta is from the 1992 Fox Animated film, "Ferngully the Last Rainforest." The movie grossed 33.4 million worldwide and it was considered a financial commercial success, like Anastasia.

Future Disney Princesses

Trivia

  • the unspoken rules of the franchise is that none of the Princesses ever make eye contact in any official merchandise, keeping their "mythologies" separate.
    • Gamora, Shuri and Carol are the only Disney Princesses to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is a series of live-action Disney films that are all canonically connected to one another.
    • However, Carol is expected to become the only Disney Princess to become a member of the Avengers team.
    • Anna and Elsa are also the only princesses to make eye contact in each other as well since they are biologically sisters and also they originate in the same film.
  • Going against the marketing strategy of the franchise, the princesses, along with Vanellope will interact with each other for the first time in [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_V0nVTF1NQ Wreck It Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck It Ralph 2.
  • The reasoning for including Elsa, Anna, and Moana in the film's variation of the lineup was due to the filmmakers recognizing the unofficial princesses as princess characters that have the strongest association with the franchise, as well as sharing the connection of being from Walt Disney Animation with Vanellope.
  • At the 2018 New York Comic Con, Marvel Animation revealed that Gamora was a Disney Princess while discussing details about the second half of the third season of Guardians of the Galaxy: The Animated Series. The second half of the third season of this series will feature a storyline that is loosely based off the Brian Micheal-Bendis comic The Black Vortex.
  • Alternatively, the Princesses may fall into three categories based on their eras:
    • Walt Era (Golden Age/Classic Era) (1937-1966): Snow White, Cinderella, and Aurora.
    • Renaissance Era (1989-1999): Ariel, Belle, Crysta, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Anastasia, and Mulan.
    • Revival Era (2009-2019): Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Vanellope, Anna, Elsa, Gamora, Moana, Shuri and Carol
    • Universal Era (2020-present): Sade, Jan-Nin, Celine, Natalie, Cecilia, Emily, Diane, Laura, Michelle, Quinn, Flora, Gloria, Yu-Jin, Zara, Karnika, Kasha and Adrina.
  • Despite Crysta and Anya not being made by Disney, fans might as well consider the part of the Renaissance Era since Anastasia was made in 1997 while Ferngully was released in 1992.
  • Gamora can be regarded as being part of the Revival Era since her movie, though it's a live action film by Marvel Studios, was made in 2014.
  • Roy E. Disney was against the creation of the Disney Princess franchise, as he said for an example, "Cinderella and Snow White could never be seen together because their stories take place in different times and places."
  • Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle are currently the only Princesses to not be voiced by the respective actresses from their original films.
  • As of the upcoming Ralph Breaks the Internet, Avengers 4, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3, Gamora will have appeared in more films than any other princess in the line-up.
  • Crysta and Carol are both the only caucasian Disney Princesses who have no royal status like the others. (Mulan, Gamora, Moana and Adrina)
  • Mulan, Gamora, Moana, Carol, and Adrina are all the only princesses to be regarded as "national heroes" in Disney canon.
    • Mulan is a national hero to the people of China.
    • Gamora is considered to be a "national hero" to both the people of Xandar and the Nova Corps.
    • Moana is considered to be a "national hero" to Montinui when restoring the heart of Te Fiti.
    • Carol is thought to be "national hero" to the Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D.
    • Adrina is thought to be a "national hero" due to saving Peru during the Peruvian-Chillian war.
  • Rapunzel was the first Disney Princess to have her film rated PG followed by Merida, Anna, Elsa and Moana
  • Unlike others, Celine is the only CGI Princess who's film is rated G.
  • Cinderella, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Anna, Elsa, and Moana are the only Princesses whose antagonists weren't killed in their feature films, although Jafar does die in The Return of Jafar.
  • All of the Disney Princesses from non-European countries have male villains, while Belle is the only 2D Caucasian Princess to have a male villian (all others are female) while Rapunzel, Natalie and Cecilia are the only three CGI Princesses to have female villains (all others are male). Meanwhile, Moana is the only princess to have both a male and a female villain.
  • Moana is also the only princess to redeem her primary antagonist, meaning a character who is bad becomes good.
  • Athena is the only princess to have more than one villain in the film.
  • She is also the second princess to have an ally to betray her, who was Terra, while Rapunzel was betrayed by Cassandra.
  • Cinderella, Belle, Pocahontas, Mulan, Rapunzel, Celine, Natalie, Cecilia, Gloria, and Adrina are all the only Princesses who have antagonists that don't possess any supernatural ability.
  • The Disney Princesses created after Mulan did not appear in House of Mouse, since the show ended in 2003.
  • Only nine Disney Princesses have danced with their respective love interests: Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Tiana, Rapunzel, Gamora, Celine and Gloria.
  • The first eight Princesses were once represented as elements on a periodic table at a candy store at Downtown Disney in Orlando, FL.
    • Snow White: S - sulfur
    • Cinderella: C - carbon
    • Aurora: Au - gold
    • Ariel: Ai - fictional
    • Belle: B - boron
    • Jasmine: J - jodium, former name of iodine
    • Pocahontas: P - phosphorous
    • Mulan: Ml - fictional
  • Jasmine was the first Disney Princess not to be originated from a European country.
  • Pocahontas, Tiana, and Carol are the only princesses to have originated from the United States.
  • Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Rapunzel, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol are the only princesses to have television series, However, Belle, is the only princess to have a live-action television series while others have animated television series.
  • Gamora is the only princess to have her own video game series (Guardians of the Galaxy: The TellTale Series).
  • Anna, Elsa, and Gamora are the only princesses to have animated Lego specials. Anna and Elsa's was Lego Frozen:The Northern Lights and Gamora's was Lego Guardians of the Galaxy: The Thanos Threat.
  • Aurora, Jasmine, Vanellope, Elsa and Shuri are the only princesses not to be protagonists in their featured films.
  • Aurora is the only princess to be the false protagonist, which makes "Flora, Fauna and Merryweather" (The Three Good Fairies) as the true protagonists of Sleeping Beauty.
    • Jasmine, Shuri, Diane, Kasha are all the only Disney Princesses to be deutaragonists.
    • Laura and Kayla are both the only princesses to be tritagonists.
    • Michelle is the only one to be a tetartagonist.
  • Anastasia, Merida, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol are the only princesses not to have their films being made by Disney directly. Merida is from Pixar, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol are all from Marvel Studios and while Crysta and Anya are both from 20th Century Fox.
  • Merida, Vanellope, Gamora, and Shuri are the only princesses who's films are not musicals.
    • There are 23 caucasian princesses:
      • Snow White, Rapunzel and Vanellope are German
      • Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle are French
      • Ariel and Diane are Danish
      • Merida is Scottish
      • ​​​​​​Anna and Elsa are Norwegian
      • Crysta is Austrailian
      • Anastasia is Russian
      • Carol is American
      • Celine is Hungarian
      • Natalie and Cecilia are Estonian
      • Emily is British
      • Laura is Lithuanian
      • Flora is Finnish
      • Viktoria is Icelandic
      • Zara is Swedish
      • Kayla is Polish
      • Chiara is Italian
      • Sara is Dutch
    • However, There are 17 non-caucasian princesses:
    • Jasmine is Arabian
    • Pocahontas is Native American
    • Mulan is Chinese
    • Tiana is African-American
    • Moana is Samoan
    • Gamora can be regarded as Dominican for she's portrayed by Zoe Saldana
    • Shuri is South African 
    • Jan-Nin's national origin is currently unknown
    • Sade is Nigerian
    • Michelle is Swahillian
    • Quinn is Hispanic
    • Gloria is Mexican
    • Mary-Ann is Filipino
    • Adrina is Peruvian
  • Mulan, Tiana, Gamora, Natalie and Gloria are all the only princesses to kill their main antagonists in their films, however, both Mulan and Gamora combined have actually killed more people than any other Disney character.
  • Cinderella Tremaine, Fa Mulan, Gamora Ben Titan-Quill, Moana Waikliki, Carol Danvers, Celine Adami and Natalie and Cecilia Merili are all the only Disney Princesses to have a known last name.
  • Crysta and Carol are the only caucasian Disney Princesses who are not European descent. Crysta is Austrailian while Carol is American.
  • All the Disney Princesses are the main characters of at least one book or short story.
    • There were no Princesses created during the end of World War II and a while after (1942-1949), Disney's Dark Age (1967-1988) or even the Post-Renaissance (2000-2008) period.
  • Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Anna and Elsa are the only Princesses to have a change of title in their film from their intended titles. Tiana's was originally The Frog Princess, Rapunzel's was simply called Rapunzel, and Merida's was The Bear and the Bow, and Anna and Elsa's were "The Snow Queen."
  • Tiana was the first Disney Princess to have a public coronation at Disney Parks, who joined the lineup in March 2010, followed by Rapunzel who joined in October 2011, and Merida who entered the lineup on May 2013.
  • In Disney canon, each Disney princess is often associated with an element of nature:
  • Ariel-Water
  • Snow White-Darkness
  • Jasmine-Wind
  • Pocahontas-Wood
  • Mulan-Fire
  • Rapunzel-Sun
  • Gamora-Moon
  • Aurora-Magic
  • Merida-Heart
  • Elsa-Snow
  • Carol-Light
  • Shuri-Rain
  • Moana-Ocean
  • Anastasia-Winter
  • Anna-Summer
  • Belle-Autumn
  • Vanellope-Spring
  • Tiana-Sound
  • Cinderella-Stars

Physical Appearances

  • Snow White, Celine, Yu-Jin and Quinn all have naturally short hair, while Mulan cut hers and Eugene cut Rapunzel's hair.
  • Rapunzel is also the only princess who's hair changed to a different color, she had blonde hair by the sun's magic, but is naturally a brunette by genetics.
  • Gamora is the only princess to be a canon "alien", due to her green skin coloration.
  • In the comics, Gamora possesses different physical characteristics such as green hair and yellow patch-like tattoos over her eyes.
    • In the films, however, Gamora's physical characteristics consist of black hair with magenta highlight, with white scars on her face with yellow and purple eye markings.
    • In the TellTale game, however, she was given purple hair with pink highlights along with green eyes and yellow eye markings as a nod to her current comic book design in the Earth-616 narrative.
  • Merida, Natalie and Sarah are the only Disney Princesses with curly hair.
  • Ariel, Pocahontas, Rapunzel and Moana are the only Disney Princesses with side parted hair.
  • Aurora, Belle, Anastasia, and Gamora are the only Disney Princesses to have wavy hair.
  • Anna and Elsa both are the only ones to be scene with braids.
  • Tiana and Emily are both the only princesses who's hair is never scene loose in their films.
  • Hair and eye colors of the Disney Princesses:
    • Snow White and Molly are both the only Caucasian princesses to have black hair and brown eyes.
    • Unlike other redheads, who have blue eyes, Diane is the only one to have brown eyes.
      • Snow White, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Vanellope, Crysta, Gamora, Shuri, Moana, Jan-Nin, Sade, Michelle, Gloria, Yu-Jin, Quinn and Adrina all have black hair.
      • Ariel, Merida, and Diane have red hair.
      • Belle, Rapunzel, Celine, Natalie and Chiara all have brown hair.
      • Kayla has ginger hair.
      • Cinderella and Zara have strawberry-blonde hair.
      • Aurora, Carol, Cecilia, Emily, and Viktoria all have blonde hair.
      • Laura has sandy blonde hair.
    • With the exception of Carol, Emily and Flora who have blonde hair while Natalie is the only brunette, All of the blue-eyed Disney Princesses have red or reddish hair. Cinderella has strawberry blonde hair, while Ariel and Merida have red hair, Anna has ginger hair and Anya has auburn hair.
      • Snow White, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Gamora, Moana, Shuri, Jan-Nin and Sade, Michelle, Quinn, Gloria, Diane, Yu-Jin, Karnika and Adrina all have brown eyes.
      • Cinderella, Ariel, Merida, Anna, Elsa, Anastasia, Carol, Natalie, Emily and Sara all have blue eyes.
      • Aurora and Zara both have violet eyes.
      • Belle, Vanellope and Celine have hazel eyes.
      • Rapunzel, Crysta, Laura and Chiara have green eyes.
      • Flora has grey eyes.
      • Kayla has pink eyes.
  • Rapunzel is the first among the Disney Princesses to have green eyes, but she's also the third Disney Heroine after Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Crysta from Ferngully: The Last Rainforest to have green eyes.
  • Aurora is the only true blonde Princess. Rapunzel's a blonde by way of the sun's magic, but is a naturally a brunette by genetics, while Cinderella is a strawberry-blonde while Elsa is a platinum blonde and Laura is a sandy blonde.
  • Belle and Rapunzel the only brunettes and both are the only ones to have eye colors that are shades of green — Belle has hazel eyes and Rapunzel has green eyes.
  • Snow White, Ariel and Belle were once considered to have blonde hair, but were later decided to have different colors of their hair, Snow White has black hair, Ariel has red hair, and Belle and brown hair.
  • Snow White, Belle, Pocahontas,Tiana, Gamora, Celine, Natalie and Gloria all have darker hair than their princes
    • Tiana is the only Princess whose hair is never seen loose throughout her film.
    • None of the traditionally animated Disney Princesses have freckles.
    • Most of the Princesses have received their facial characteristics from their mothers:
      • Snow White: Hair (Father), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Cinderella: Hair (Neither), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother & Father).
      • Aurora: Hair (The Gift of Beauty), Eyes (The Gift of Beauty), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Ariel: Hair (Mother & Father), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Belle: Hair (Father), Eyes (Neither), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Jasmine: Hair (Mother), Eyes (Mother & Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Pocahontas: Hair (Mother & Father), Eyes (Mother & Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Mulan: Hair (Mother & Father), Eyes (Mother & Father), Facial Structure (Neither).
      • Tiana: Hair (Mother & Father), Eyes (Mother & Father), Facial Structure (Mother & Father).
      • Rapunzel: Hair (The sun's magic, but naturally Mother & Father), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Merida: Hair (Father), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Anna and Elsa: Hair (Father), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Gamora: Hair (Mother), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Father).
      • Moana: Hair (Mother), Eyes (Father), Facial Structure (Mother &Father)
      • Anastasia: Hair (Father), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Mother).
      • Celine: Hair (Mother), Eyes (Mother), Facial Structure (Father).
    • Mulan, Tiana, Laura and Yu-Jin are the only left-handed Disney Princesses.
    • Pocahontas, Vanellope, Anna, Elsa, Gamora, Moana, Anastasia, Carol, Jan-Nin, Sade, Celine, Natalie, Cecilia, Emily, Diane, Laura, Flora, Michelle, Quinn, Gloria, Zara, Yu-Jin and Adrina are the only princesses who have not appeared in the Sofia: The First series.
    • The absence for Pocahontas could be because she is based off a real person. The same can be said with Gamora, Shuri, and Carol since they are all part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and their appearances would have likely caused some confusion over their current storylines in their respective film arcs.
    • Pocahontas, Tiana, Merida, Gamora, Moana, Anastasia, Jan-Nin and Sade are currently the only princesses who have not yet appeared in The Kingdom Hearts series. In cases of Rapunzel, Vanellope, Anna and Elsa, Disney has announced that they will be appearing in Kingdom Hearts III which would be releasing in January 2019.
    • Pocahontas, Mulan, Merida, Vanellope, Gamora, Moana and Anastasia are the only princesses not to be based off fairy tales (Snow White; Cinderella; Aurora from "Sleeping Beauty"; Ariel from "The Little Mermaid"; Belle from "Beauty and the Beast"; Jasmine from "Aladdin and the Magic Lamp"; Tiana from "The Frog Prince"; Rapunzel; and Anna and Elsa from "The Snow Queen").
      • Pocahontas, Mulan and Anastasia are the only princesses to be based off real people.
      • Merida and Moana are the only princesses to not be based on real life or literature.
      • Vanellope is the only princess to be based off an arcade game (Sugar Rush.)
      • Gamora, Shuri, and Carol are the only princesses to be based off Marvel comic books.
      • Celine, Natalie, Cecilia, Gloria, and Zara all come from historical fiction.
    • Not counting Anastasia, Tiana is the only traditionally animated Disney Princess in the Revival Era.
  • Cinderella, Aurora, Jasmine and Rapunzel are the only four Princesses to sing in a duet with their Princes.
  • Gamora and Athena are the only ones to be scene with highlights. Gamora's are magenta while Anthena's are green.
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