The Complete List of Disney Princess

The Complete List of Disney Princess

Disney Princess List 

Some female protagonists, even those who have the title of «princess», cannot be included in the official lineup for the following reasons: they are not negotiable, the movie did badly at the box office (for example Kida of Atlantis), which are too young (for example, Monster Inc.'s boo ), or she is not human (for example, Nala from The Lion King), click here to know more about the characteristics of Disney princesses.

Official Princesses

Each of the following 11 women has been certified as an 'official Disney Princess.' Some were born in the title (for example, Aurora, Merida), some married the son of a king (for example, Cinderella), some were he married a reigning prince (for example Belle), and some correspond to an equivalent title (for example, the daughter of the chieftain and the daughter of the sultan). So far, the only exception to these rules is Mulan; She is currently the only official Disney Princess who neither comes from a royal lineage nor marries in royalty.

Born in the archive: Snow White, Aurora, Ariel, Jasmine (as the daughter of a sultan), Rapunzel and Mérida. Pocahontas is considered to be of royal heritage, since she is the daughter of a boss and, therefore, considers Native American royalty by the English. Anna and Elsa are also of royal lineage, although they have not yet been officially installed as Disney Princesses.

Snow White Princess

Snow White, the main character of the 1937 Disney movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, is a character based on the German fairy tale 'Snow White'. Snow White has the honor of being the first princess in the first animated Disney movie, paving the way for all subsequent princesses. In the film, Snow White is a young, beautiful girl who lives with her vain and cruel stepmother, Queen Grimhilde. The stepmother fears that the princess will become more beautiful than she is and therefore prepares to kill her. Snow White befriends the seven dwarfs during their stay in their country house. Her true love is the prince, who can wake her from her eternal dream with a kiss of true love. At 14, she is the youngest of the official Disney Princesses.

Cinderella Princess

Cinderella is the protagonist of her namesake movie and the second Disney princess. She is based on the European fairy tale of the same name, of which there are several variations. The Disney version revolves around a young woman forced to work as a maid for her half-stepmother (Mrs. Tremaine) and stepsisters (Drizella and Anatasia). She keeps the company by befriending the mice that live in the house with her. Cinderella is the first Disney princess to have siblings (although step-brothers) and is 19 years old. Cinderella is the first Disney princess who is married in royalty (who marries the blue prince). Cinderella is often regarded as the leader of the princesses, or at least her spokesman, although it is not clear why.

Princess Aurora

Aurora is the title character of the movie Sleeping Beauty, based on the classic fairy tale that involves a beautiful princess, a sleeping enchantment, and a handsome prince. The original story is much darker than the Disney version, however. Aurora has the distinction of being both the Princess with the least amount of time on screen and singing more of her talking lines. Aurora has the purest pedigree of any Disney princess, being the first and only son of a king (King Stefan), who also marries Prince Philip, the firstborn son, and heir of a king (King Hubert). Aurora is 16 years old.

Princess Ariel

Ariel is the protagonist of the Little Mermaid movies, The Little Mermaid II (although the title of the main female protagonist is shared with Melody) and The Little Mermaid III, as well as The Little Mermaid TV series. The original film is based on a fairy tale known by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen about a young mermaid willing to give up her life at sea for true love. As with the BellaSleeping, the original story has a much darker tone. Ariel is the first Disney princess not to have been born human and is also the first Disney princess confirmed to have children while she and Eric have a daughter, Melody, in the sequel. She is sixteen in the first film, and presumably almost thirty years in the sequel. Ariel's title of the 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, although it is not clear whether it is a reigning prince (most likely), the son of a king, or both. She is considered a more beautiful female Disney character.

Beautiful princess

Belle is the fifth Disney princess and the main female protagonist of the movie Beauty and the Beast and its two sequels. His film is based on the traditional French fairy tale, La Belle et la Bête, which is about a beautiful young woman and the damn beast that falls in love with her. Belle is the first Disney princess to have been the antagonist of her love interest. She is also the first person to have a country confirmed in the film (France). She is 17 years old. Belle is the second Disney princess to be of common birth. When she marries Prince Adam (a reigning prince of her principality), she becomes a princess consort.

Princess Sultana Jasmine

Jasmine is the main female protagonist of Aladdin, its two sequels, and the television series. The film is based on the Middle Eastern fairy tale of the same name, which is currently in China. Jasmine is the daughter (and only son) of Sultan Agrabah, the traditional style title 'Shahzadi Sultan' (the princess). When she marries Aladdin, a commoner (the son of the self-styled 'King of Thieves' nonetheless), obtains the title of prince consort. Upon the death or abdication of his father in favor of Aladdin (as it is said to be the desire of the Sultan), Aladdin would become the Sultan of Agrabah and Jasmine would acquire the title of Sultana. She is the first princess to not be the main character of her film and is the first non-white princess.

Princess Pocahontas

Pocahontas is the main protagonist of the movie Pocahontas and its sequel, Pocahontas, and is the first Disney princess to have been based (loosely) on a real person, rather than a fairy tale. She is a Native American Powhatan, and she is the first Disney princess to have two 'princes.' (John Smith and John Rolfe, although only the first is a Disney Prince official). Pocahontas is the second princess (after Jasmine) to have her voice sung and spoken voice provided by two different voice actresses. Pocahontas was born as the only son of Chief Powhatan, therefore, giving him the title of the cacique's daughter. Although technically it is not of European royalty, it is granted the respect of one (that is, a princess) in the sequel and is officially considered a Disney princess. His eventual marriage to John Rolfe (a commoner) does not change his condition or his.

Princess Mulan

Fa Mulan is the main protagonist in the Disney movie Mulan and its sequel Mulan II. She is the first Disney princess to be based on a legend and the second one is not based on a fairy tale (Pocahontas). Mulan is (to date) the only Disney princess who does not hold the princess title in one way or another. However, she earns the non-noble title of imperial consul. His eventual marriage to General Li Shang (also not noble) did not grant him any title either. Mulan and Shang are the only non-real Disney couple in the Disney Princess franchise.

Princess Tiana

Tiana is the main protagonist in the movie The Princess and the Frog. Tiana made history as the first African American Disney Princess. She is the third to marry in the life of the princess. Compared to all other princesses, her story unfolds over a period that is closer to our day (New Orleans in the 1920s). Commoner born, Tiana becomes a princess consort to her marriage to Prince Naveen, the eldest son, and heir of the king of Macedonia.

Princess Rapunzel

Rapunzel is the main protagonist in the movie Tangled and the short film Tangled Forever. Like Aurora, she has golden hair, was born in her title, and was removed from the custody of her parents when she was a baby, only to meet in her teens. Her hair has magical properties. She is the voice of Mandy Moore. She is strong in character and her favorite weapon is a pan. Rapunzel was born a princess. As the only daughter of the Crown Kings, she finally marries Eugene «Flynn Rider» Fitzherbert, giving her the title of prince consort. Upon the death or abdication of her father, Rapunzel will become the reigning Queen of the Crown, while her husband will remain prince consort.

Princess Merida

Mérida is the main protagonist of the Disney / Pixar Brave movie, making her the first princess of Pixar. She is the first princess and Ariel to have red hair: she has long, curly, red hair and blue eyes. She is the voice of Kelly MacDonald. Mérida lives in medieval Scotland and is the first Disney princess and without a romantic interest in her film. Mérida is a true princess; firstborn of King Fergus of DunBroch. His lack of romantic interest (and lack of sequels) makes it unlikely that he will rise to rule the kingdom as a reigning queen, taking into account the views of gender equality in the era.

Official Princesses of Honor

The following characters have been confirmed to join the franchise, but have not yet been crowned in an official ceremony at the Walt Disney World.

Princess Ana

Princess Ana de Arendelle is the main protagonist of the frozen Disney movie and is the youngest daughter of the King and Queen of Arendelle (a Norwegian United). She has long reddish-blond hair and blue eyes and is a happy and carefree Free spirit ball, fearless, reckless of the energy you live relying on your feelings. Presumably, she will finally marry Kristoff and, as a result, grant her the title of Prince Consort. As next in line for the throne Arendelle, he stands up to finally become reigning queen in his own right to death or abdication of his sister, Queen Elsa.

Princess late Queen Elsa

Elsa is the current queen of Arendelle.

Princess Moana

Princess Moana is a new Disney princess. She stars in the new Disney movie Moana, which comes out in late 2016.

The Disney Princesses is a media franchise owned by The Walt Disney Company, created by Disney Consumer Products president Andy Mooney in the late 1990s and officially launched in 2000. The original nine princesses consisted of Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Bella, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, and Tinker Bell. Tinker Bell retired shortly after the franchise debuted, leaving eight Disney Princess officers.

The franchise highlights a line-up of female fictional heroines that have appeared on Disney animated feature films. The franchise currently includes eleven female protagonists of ten different Walt Disney Animation Studios movies and a Pixar movie, each of which is either real by birth, real by marriage, or considered a 'princess,' due to its significant interpretation of heroism.

More recently, the line-up has expanded to include Tiana, Rapunzel, and Mérida after the successes of their respective films. Anna and Elsa from Frozen and more recently Princess Moana from the next Moana movie are expected to join the lineup.

Disney princesses are shown in a wide variety of merchandise, appearing on anything from various singing-a-long movies, dolls and other bedding toys, clothing and personal hygiene items (such as brushes and toothpaste ). The princesses are also prominently in the Disney theme parks.

Since 2013, except those created after the Disney Renaissance, princesses have been exhibited in their improved and modified / redesigned costumes (excluding Ariel and Mulan), rather than the actual garments they wear in their respective films.

Requirements to be a Disney Princess

Each Official Disney Princess must meet the following requirements: A) has a leading role in a Disney animated film, B) is human or especially human-like (for example, Ariel), and C) does not appear primarily in a sequel The royal title of the princess (or equivalent) is not necessary, but it certainly helps.

Data relating to the original fairy tales on which the films are based are irrelevant to the versions that appear in the franchise.

The Princesses themselves, despite appearing in independent films, have different similarities. Most princesses have the common ability to communicate with animals (even if animals don't answer). They are also known for their inner and outer beauty, as well as that they have beautiful singing voices (the exception is Mérida, who only sings a song with her mother when she is little). Each princess (excluding Mérida and Elsa) also has a romance that is resolved by the end of the movie; Male counterparts are known as Disney Princes.

The princesses can also be grouped based on what era of their films debuted. The 'original' three (Snow White, Cinderella, and Aurora), are calm, classy, elegant and romantic dreamers; they play more than one 'damsel in distress' role and suffer from the actions caused by others. They have an inner strength through compassion, love, kindness and (particularly with Snow White) a strong sense of resilience.

During the Disney Era Renaissance, which began with The Little Mermaid in 1989 and ended in 2000, the heroines in Disney movies became more active than reactive and included Ariel, Bella, Jasmine, Pocahontas, and Mulan. These women were strong, adventurous, fighter, cunning and determined. They were less interested in the search for love and more interested in the search for adventure and freedom. The Renaissance princesses also existed in worlds that were more self-aware of the changing roles of women. For example, in La Sirenita, the villain Ursula assures Ariel that she will not need her voice on earth that men prefer silent women; Belle, Beauty and the Beast, He tells Gaston that 'he is not right for a woman to read.' And Mulan, who joins an army under the guise of a man, just listen to his companions extol male traits, while describing an ideal wife, who He is quiet, obedient and a good cook.

The last princesses were created in the last decade and are more modern. Tiana de La Princesa y la frog is a young woman who is not based on magic and knows that you have to work hard to achieve one's goals; Rapunzel de Enredados, however, is more idealistic and not afraid to go after what wants.

Unofficial Princesses

This category includes characters that meet the requirements for the Disney Princess and/or have been included in Disney Princess merchandise but are not included in the official lineup. These characters are above the so-called 'Heroines' because the heroines have no real chance of joining the franchise.

Alicia

Alice is the main protagonist of Disney Alice in Wonderland. She is supposedly not a princess because she has no real or high status. She has a bad character and lives in England. She has long, thick blonde shoulder hair, blue eyes, pink or red lips, hot pink nails, and rosy cheeks. She is included in some Disney Princess Sing-A-Longs. She was voiced by Kathryn Beaumont and is currently the voice of Kat Cressida. Although technically not a princess, she is presented as one in the Kingdom game hearts Alice is a cute, sweet, kind and beautiful girl who lives in the era of Victorian England. Her pet is a kitten named Dinah, and she has an older sister who is briefly seen at the beginning and end of the movie.

Atta

Atta is the deuteragonist of Bugs.

Attina, Alana, Adella, Aquata, Arista and Andrina

Attina, Alana, Adella, Aquata, Arista and Andrina are from Ariel's older sisters. They are the daughters of King Triton Yreina Athena, who makes them the princesses of Atlantica. Ariel's sisters will appear briefly in The Little Mermaid and its sequel, but each has a more prominent role in The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Principle, as well as the spin-off television series.

The Blue Fairy

The Blue Fairy is a secondary character in the 1940s Disney movie Pinocchio. She is responsible for bringing Pinocchio to life and subsequently transforming it into a real child.

Dot

Dot is Atta 'younger sister s in Bugs'.

Eilonwy

Eilonwy (Eye-on-wee) was first introduced as the main protagonist in The Black Cauldron. Based on Eilonwy from the novels The Black Cauldron. The movie was the first PG-Disney rated movie. Despite being a princess in her movie, she never became apart from the official Disney Princess franchise. The reasoning was because the classification of the film was a PG classification and mainly due to the lack of topics of success and copyright of the film. Eilonwy has blond hair with blue eyes. Being twelve years old, he would have been the youngest Disney princess had he had been included in the franchise.

Emerald

Esmeralda was first introduced as the deuteragonist and later secondary Disney character of The Hunchback of Notre Dame and its sequel. She is based on the Emerald character of the story by Victor Hugo. She was the voice of Demi Moore in the movies and by Renee Faia in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream DropDistance; currently, she is the voice of Gray Delisle. Initially at the beginning of the franchise which, together with the family member and eight were separated from the franchise. She had stayed in the franchise until 2004, appearing on several products. Since 2005, it has not been seen since. The reasoning for this may be due to his embarrassing attitude in the film, his lack of connectivity with the blood of royalty and the lack of benefits of his film and inappropriate dress.

Giselle

Giselle is the main protagonist of the film Enchanted and the former princess of the Kingdom, Andalasia. Inspired by Disney's princess franchise. She is both portrayed and the voice of Amy Adams. Although his film was a success and was initially intended to be part of the training, the plans were quickly withdrawn when the company had realized that they would have to pay royalties to Amy Adams for the use of her image. Also, it is her friend, Nancy, who ends up marrying the Prince. If she were to join, Giselle would have been the first official princess to star in a movie that was not part of the Disney Animation Canon.

Jane Porter

Jane is the main female protagonist of Tarzan and the legend of Tarzan, and the first female protagonist of not appearing in the sequel (Tarzan II). Inspired by Jane Porter of the Tarzan novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs. In November 1999, Jane was officially announced as the newest princess for the franchise. In February 2000, he made another appearance in the magazine, but he never spoke again. Although it was initially announced when the franchise intensified and did, it was no longer with the other princesses. Due to not being royalty and a claim for the Tarzan root license Edgar Rice Burroughs, these have limited their appearance even more.

Kida Ladakh

Kidagakash «Kida» Nedakh is the deuteragonist of Atlantis: The lost empire and is direct to video sequel. The return of Milo Its main design is to contrast the current Disney Princess seems. Although she is the daughter of a royal king and later becomes queen herself, due to the box office failure of her movie; she has not been included. She would have been the oldest princess because of her age in 28 human years. She would also have been the first to become the queen of the screen. He is also considered to be a character 'forgotten' by Epic Mickey programmers, making a cameo with his mask.

Megara

Megara (Meg) also more commonly known as Meg, is the female tritagonist of Disney Hercules. She is Hercules' love interest and is the voice of Susan Egan. She was mainly inspired by Megara of Greek mythology. There was no real inclusion of his being included in the franchise as Tinker Bell, Esmeralda, and Jane Porter but simply as a 'princess test.' During Expo D23 2013, Meg was cited as a Disney princess and Susan Egan was confirmed than in the event Which led to rumors that she entered the franchise.

Melody

Melody is the main female protagonist of The Little Mermaid II. She is the daughter of Ariel and Eric and is the first princess to have only appeared in a Disney sequel. She is not an official Disney princess because her movie was not released in theaters.

Nancy Tremaine

Nancy is a secondary character in the movie Enchanted. Although not announced as a princess, she was the one who ended up marrying Edward at the end of the movie. She is not a Disney Princess officer because she was more than a supporting character in the movie.

Sofia

Sofia is the protagonist of the movie Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess of the Disney television series Junior and Sofia the First. Sofia is a girl who came royalty when her mother marries the king of Enchancia. She is the voice of Ariel Winter. Although she is affiliated with the Disney Princess franchise in her program, she is in no way planned to be in the official lineup. This is due to her being from a television show and the fact that she is too young.

Ting-Ting, Su and Mei

Ting-Ting, Su and Mei are the emperor's daughters in Mulan II. They are not official Princesses because they were only secondary characters in a direct sequel to video.

Tinker Bell

Tinker Bell known as Tink is the secondary female protagonist in Peter Pan and Peter Pan II, and the main female protagonist in the Fairies film franchise. Originally included in the initial princess lineup, she retired in favor of giving her a leading role in the Fairy franchise.

Wendy Darling,

Wendy is the main female protagonist of Peter Pan. She is not a Disney Princess officer because of her lack of royal or noble status.

Disney Heroines

A category tailor's drawer for female Disney characters that have no chance of being crowned as Disney Princess.

Angelica

Angelica is the female protagonist of the fourth installment of the live-action park/franchise theme of Disney Pirates of the Caribbean. She is not a princess, because the franchise is not so friendly and familiar nature, as well as her being a live-action character.

Bianca

Miss Bianca is the protagonist of Disney films to rescuers and Rescuers in. She is the Hungarian ambassador to the Rescue Assistance Society in New York and finally marries her partner, Bernard. She is not a Disney Princess officer because she is a mouse.

Boo

Maria Gibbs (better known as 'Boo') is the female protagonist of Disney / Pixar Monsters, Inc. She is not a princess because of her boy's age.

Celia Mae

Celia is a female deuteragonist from Monsters, Inc. She is not an official princess because she is a monster.

Daisy duck

Daisy had become a Disney princess, she would have been one of the first, because she was one of the first Disney characters. She is more likely not a Disney princess because she is not real / is noble and not human (a duck).

Disgust

Disgust is one of Riley's emotions from Disney-Pixar Inside Out. She is not a Disney princess because she is an anthropomorphic emotion.

Elizabeth Swann

Elizabeth is the protagonist of the first three installments of Disney's live-action park/franchise theme Pirates of the Caribbean. She is not an official princess due to PG-13 of the movies, besides them she is live-action.

Faline

Faline is the main female protagonist of Bambi. She is not a Disney Princess officer because she is a deer.

Jane

Jane is the main protagonist in Back to Never Never. She is not a Disney Princess officer because she is only in a Disney sequel and does not come from royalty or nobility.


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