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Belle is the fifth Disney princess and the main female protagonist of the film Beauty and the Beast.
Snow White, the main protagonist of the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, is the first Disney Princess.
Each has been certified an "Official Disney Princess" by Disney; some are born into the title (Aurora, Merida), some marry the son of a King (Cinderella), some marry a Reigning Prince (Belle) and some correspond to an equivalent title (i.e. Chieftain’s Daughter or Sultan’s Daughter), though some, such as Mulan, do not hold the actual title of Princess.
Cinderella is the main protagonist of her eponymous film and the second Disney princess.
She is the second Disney Princess to be 16 years old (after Aurora) in her first film and has long, red hair and blue eyes.
Jessica Rabbit is the main female protagonist from Disney/Touchstone’s Amblin-produced animated/live-action film Who Framed Roger Rabbit? She is not a princess due to her controversy caused by her alleged sexist proportions.
She 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.
Tiana is the main female protagonist in the film The Princess and the Frog.
Merida is the main protagonist of the Disney/Pixar film Brave, making her the first Pixar Princess.
If Miss Piggy had become a Disney Princess, she would have been the first princess to exist as a puppet character as she is native to Jim Henson’s Muppets whose newest films are produced by Disney.
Each Official Disney Princess must: A) have a primary role in a Disney animated feature film, B) be human or closely human-like (i.e. Ariel), and C) not appear primarily in a sequel.
She will never be a princess due to numerous factors: being a live-action character, the film’s PG-13 rating, and the franchise’s ownership by Disney’s fierce animation competitor Dreamworks Animation.

Want to add royal flair to your baby’s life? You can cut right to the chase with a name like Prince or Princess, or find inspiration in the names of Disney heroes and heroines.
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They could put their couple name on all the menus at Tiana’s palace (insert dreamy sigh here).
We got to thinking about it and realized that the Disney princes and princesses, due to their royal status, are clearly the celebrities of their kingdom.
But I know that those princesses and those princesses ONLY are exclusivly referred to as the 'Disney Princesses'.
*Mulan- Li Shang (Mulan is considered a princess but may not be technically.
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Official Prince Ferdinand The Prince (known as Prince Florian since the franchise started, or the rumored Prince Ferdinand) is the secondary protagonist and the main male protagonist of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
Prince Rei is the main male protagonist in Kilala Princess, but is not a prince because of his lack of a film.
Prince James is the main male protagonist of Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess and Sofia the First.
Eric Prince Eric is the main male protagonist of The Little Mermaid and a secondary protagonist of The Little Mermaid II and does not appear at all in The Little Mermaid III as it was a prequel focosing on Ariel’s childhood.
Prince Philip Prince Philip is the main male protagonist of the film Sleeping Beauty.
Prince Naveen Naveen is the main male protagonist of The Princess and the Frog.
Prince Charming Prince Charming (also known as Prince Henry) is the main male protagonist of Cinderella and it’s sequels.
The Beast Prince Adam, also known as The Beast, is the main male protagonist of Beauty and the Beast.
Prince Edward is the second main male protagonist of Enchanted.
He is the only prince who was the main protagonist of his movie, seeing he is more important than his romantic couple, the princess Jasmine.
Kristoff is the main male protagonist in Disney’s 2013 movie Frozen.
Tramp is the main male protagonist of Disney’s Lady and the Tramp and a secondary male protagonist in Lady and the Tramp II.
Dastan is the main protagonist from Prince of Persia: Sands of Time.
He is not a Disney Prince due to the video game franchise which the film was based on being owned by Ubisoft, the creators of Rayman and Assassin’s Creed, and being a live-action character.
Ebeneezer Scrooge is the main protagonist from Disney’s Robert Zemeckis-directed film A Christmas Carol.
There are seven proper royal Disney couples: Princess Snow White and The Prince (Prince Ferdinand) Cinderella and Prince Charming Princess Aurora and Prince Phi…lip — Aurora is the Sleeping Beauty Princess Ariel and Prince Eric Belle and The Beast* (Prince Adam) Princess Jasmine and Aladdin Tiana and Prince Naveen — Tiana is the princess that kissed the frog The official Disney Princess list also includes: Pocahontas and John Smith Mulan and Captain Shang There are also a few "honorary" princesses and princes that are used in various contexts and situations: Faline and Bambi Alice (no prince) Wendy and Peter Pan Princess Eilonwy and Taran Queen Nala and King Simba Megara "Meg" and Hercules Jane and Tarzan Princess Kidagakash "Kida" and Milo *The Beast’s name is never mentioned in any of the films.
From Princess Aurora and Prince Philip to the newest Princess Merida, Disney films have featured a succession of memorable royal heroines and heroes — a few may even serve as baby-naming inspiration to us common folk.
Prince Naveen is the charming — if opportunistic — free-spirited and musically talented royal of an unnamed European principality who, in The Princess and the Frog, has the bad fairy-tale luck of being turned into a frog.
Princess Aurora is the romantic heroine of Sleeping Beauty, and her name projects that same romantic aura.
In the 2007 mostly live action film Enchanted, Giselle is the name of the ingenuous princess, portrayed by Amy Adams, living in the fantasy animated kingdom of Andalasia.
The fragrant floral name Jasmine was first used as a girls’ name around 1900, then faded, until Aladdin’s heroine appeared onscreen, when it burst back into popularity, rocketing up to Number 23 in 1993.
Brave and fearless as a storybook prince should be, Philip, in the 1959 Sleeping Beauty, was undoubtedly given that name to evoke the then young and handsome British Duke of Edinburgh.
Sure, he’s rich and has a sweet castle on the beach and what is hands-down the nicest dining room in Disney history, but what Prince doesn’t have tons of material stuff? What makes Eric such a disappointment is how inactive he is throughout the whole thing.
Most similar to a real Prince, in that he’s suffering from intense family pressure to marry, and he’s definitely not interested in being seen with your ugly sisters, it seems logical that a girl looking to get a nice-sized ring put on it would choose Charming.
Could you please accept Prince Florian for Snow White’s prince, since that is officially his name? The only prince to not be given an actual name is Cinderella’s, who is simply Prince Charming.
John Smith is not a prince and Pocahontas did not marry until the second movie where she chose John Rolf over John Smith.
We consider Mulan a princess so it’s fine to consider Shang a prince even though technically he is a general.
You should allow for just their names, without ‘prince’ in front, because the fact that they’re princes is sort of a given.
Snow White’s prince is named Charming.
Later on, during a ball, Xaldin returns and steals the rose, throwing Beast into a depression and causing him to ask Belle and Sora to leave his castle.
The missions in Beast’s Castle chronicle some of the events that occurred between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, such as Belle and Beast attempting to resume their normal lives and Beast’s first encounter with Xaldin.
A pampered prince transformed into a hideous beast as punishment for his cold-hearted and selfish ways, the Beast must, in order to return to his former self, earn the of a beautiful young woman named Belle who he imprisons in his castle.
The four heroes find Kairi, but the circumstances cause Sora, Donald, Goofy and Kairi to leave Hollow Bastion, and Beast states that he will not leave without Belle.
Belle manages to escape from Xaldin’s clutches with the rose, and Xaldin is then killed by Beast, Sora, Donald and Goofy.
But when Forte goads him into destroying the rose to end his suffering, Beast finds Belle’s book in the West Wing and reads it, coming to his senses and realizing that all Belle wants is for him to be happy.
In the fourth part, The Broken Wing, the Beast loses his temper with Belle again when she brings an injured bird into the castle, as he dislikes birds.
In the first Kingdom Hearts, during a time in which the spell had not yet broken, Beast’s home is attacked by the Heartless, led by Maleficent, who take Belle captive.
Beast then bids a grateful farewell to Sora, and returns to a normal life with Belle, until the spell is finally broken and Beast turns back into a human at the end of the game.
Manipulated and controlled, Beast is forced to allow the Heartless into the castle and lock the entire servant staff in the dungeons, with Belle too scared to intervene.
In the 2011 ABC series Once Upon a Time, the show’s version of "the Beast" is actually another fairy tale character, Rumplestiltskin (played by Robert Carlyle), who gains possession of Belle as part of a deal to save Belle’s kingdom from losing a war.
Reluctant to go against Beast’s orders that she never leave the castle, Belle leaves nonetheless in order to find the perfect tree.
He furiously banishes Webster, Crane and LePlume from the castle, but Belle brings them back from the woods, and the Beast soon learns to forgive them, as their intentions were good.
During their second search, Beast and Sora find Belle, who embraces Beast and presents Sora with the Divine Rose Keychain.
In the first part, The Perfect Word, Beast and Belle have a bitter falling out at dinner when the Beast demands that Cogsworth open the windows to cool him down, despite the fact that he is the only one hot and there is a cold wind, and angrily strikes his servant, Webster, a long-tongued dictionary.
In this film, which takes place not long after the Beast rescued Belle from the wolves, much to Beast’s frustration, Belle wants to celebrate Christmas and throw a real Christmas party.
Determined to rescue Belle, Beast goes as far as to exploit the power of darkness and risk his own life to transport himself to Hollow Bastion, where Belle is being held captive with the other six Princesses of Heart.
He is once again separated from Belle, courtesy of Maleficent, but once more, Beast defeats Maleficent with Sora’s help and rescues Belle.
Despite the actual color of his cape being a dark reddish color, the Beast’s cape is more often referenced to be purple (and in most of the Beast’s subsequent appearances after the film, such as Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas or the Kingdom Hearts games, his cape is colored purple).
The Beast agrees, believing she is the key to break the spell, but when she enters the castle’s forbidden west wing and nearly touches the rose, he frightens her into the woods (which he regrets upon realizing that he lost his temper), where he saves her from being killed by wild wolves.
Although entirely fictional, supervising animator Glen Keane felt it essential for the Beast to resemble a creature that could possibly be found on Earth as opposed to an alien.[1] Inspired by a buffalo head that he purchased from a taxidermy,[2] Keane decided to base the Beast’s appearance on a variety of wild animals, drawing inspiration from the mane of a lion, head of a buffalo, brow of a gorilla, tusks of a wild boar, legs and tail of a wolf and body of a bear.
While Beast sits most of the preparations out, a treacherous servant plots to have Belle thrown out of the castle: Forte the Pipe Organ, since he is far more appreciated by the Beast while under the spell.
Entering the castle, Beast, Sora, Donald and Goofy fight their way through until they encounter and defeat Maleficent, who transforms into her dragon form and challenges them once again, only to be defeated once more.
In the final entry of the franchise, made up of four segments from a presumably failed television series, Belle teaches the Beast a thing or two about life itself, consideration and manners.
When Cogsworth, having been ordered to retrieve Belle, explains that the household cannot find her, Beast becomes enraged.
Despite Lumiere and Cogsworth’s pleas, Beast refuses to apologise for his behaviour, until Webster, Crane and LePlume forge a letter of apology from the Beast to Belle.
Then, Belle’s love for the Beast breaks the curse, regains the Beast’s consciousness, and transforms him back into the prince.
Belle then shows up on the balcony and The Beast goes to her; however, Gaston refuses to lose, and the Beast is mortally stabbed in the back.
But when Belle shows up to stop Gaston, the Beast gets up and Fights back eventually holding Gaston and intending to drop him until the hunter begs him not to.
Allying himself with Sora, since Donald and Goofy have temporarily joined Riku, Beast fights the Heartless and protects Sora while they work their way into the Hollow Baston castle.
Beast confronts Belle in the woods and saves her in time from drowning, since she fell through thin ice.
If that happens, Beast will not only become a strong Heartless which Sora would have to destroy and feed to Kingdom Hearts, but also leave behind a powerful Nobody for Xaldin to use as he wishes (just like what happened to Xehanort).
When Belle does not arrive to see Beast’s Christmas present to her, he begins to suspect that she isn’t there at all.
Belle is able to tell the Beast that she loves him before the final petal falls.
After the Beast saves Belle from a pack of wolves, his dress-style changes, reflecting a more refined personality.
Belle gives Beast the rose but he is more relieved that she wasn’t hurt.
Belle comes to tend to the Beast’s wounds, but he succumbs to his injuries and becomes unconscious.
The bird, terrified, refuses, until Belle teaches the Beast that the bird will only sing when happy.
Releasing Belle from the dungeon, Beast prepares to join in the Christmas festivities.
Beast comes to appreciate Belle when she tends to his wounds and he strikes up a friendship with her.
Maurice’s daughter, Belle, confronts Beast and pleads with him to let her father go, offering herself as a prisoner instead.
Unknown to Beast, Belle writes him a special book which he doesn’t see until later on.
Still believing that Belle disobeyed him by leaving the grounds, Beast throws her into the dungeons.
The evil fairy was aptly named Maleficent, from the Latin maleficentia, "evil doing" (malus, "bad, wicked, evil" + ficens, past participle of facere, "to make, do").[7] Sleeping Beauty’s mother is never named in the film itself or the character reference sheets but according to Disney legend around the studio she was meant to be called Queen Leah, but is otherwise always referred to as "the queen," whereas both her father and that of the prince are given names that are used several times, both in dialogue and narration.
The Disney film retains the basics of Charles Perrault’s 17th century fairy tale about a princess cursed to sleep one hundred years, but adds three elderly fairies who protect the princess, a prince armed with a magic sword and shield, and other details.
Sleeping Beauty is a 1959 American animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney based on The Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault and Little Briar Rose by The Brothers Grimm.
Sleeping Beauty was the first animated film to be photographed in the Super Technirama 70 widescreen process, as well as the second full-length animated feature film to be filmed in anamorphic widescreen, following Disney’s own Lady and the Tramp four years earlier.
In Walt Disney Pictures’ live action film Maleficent, released on May 2014, Angelina Jolie casts as Maleficent and Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora.
In the third film, Cinderella III: A Twist in Time, while Prince Charming and Cinderella are celebrating the first anniversary of their wedding, Lady Tremaine gets possession of the Fairy Godmother’s wand and reverses time, going back to the moment of the Duke’s arrival at her manor with the glass slipper.
In Cinderella III: A Twist in Time, the third film, after Lady Tremaine reverses time with the Fairy Godmother’s wand, Lucifer resumes his role as adversary to both Cinderella and the mice.
Lady Tremaine, strangely still bent on ruining Cinderella’s life (in what she believes to be revenge) then uses the wand to reverse time to undo Cinderella’s "happily ever after"; she manipulates the glass slipper to fit Anastasia so that Cinderella never gets to try on the slipper herself, then she brainwashes the Prince into forgetting Cinderella and marrying Anastasia.
In a particularly distressing scene in the original film, as Lady Tremaine and her daughters prepare to leave for the prince’s ball, Cinderella appears wearing her beautiful homemade gown.
After Lady Tremaine reversed time and made the slipper fit Anastasia’s foot, they helped Cinderella search for the prince, (wreaking havoc in the palace kitchen in the process).
When Cinderella actually finishes her work and appears ready for the Ball in a suitable dress, Lady Tremaine (indirectly, but intentionally) mildly mentions the beads and sash that Jaq and Gus found after Anastasia and Drizella threw them out.
After Lady Tremaine casually points out to Drizella that the beads add a charming touch to the dress, Drizella flies into a rage and yanks the beads from Cinderella’s neck, and along with Anastasia, lunges upon her stepsister and tears her gown to rags, leaving Cinderella devastated.
When Cinderella, with the help of a Fairy Godmother, nevertheless attends the ball, her stepfamily does not recognize her, but Lady Tremaine notes a familiarity about her appearance as she dances with Prince Charming.
After a tense standoff with Lady Tremaine and Drizella, with Lady Tremaine prepared to rid herself of Anastasia by way of a magic spell, Anastasia acquires the wand, sets everything right and makes peace with Cinderella, who lets her stay in the castle.
Furious, Lady Tremaine tries to turn Cinderella and Anastasia into toads, but the Prince defends the two from the spell and reflects it back with his sword, turning Lady Tremaine and Drizella into toads instead.
✓ A beach house.
✓ A lake house.
✓ A country house.
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✓ A brownstone in the city.
✓ A château.
He is a bit of goofball, but also dashing and adventurous, and he won’t shy away from someone who is smart and hardworking.
✓ A penthouse.
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In Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams, Stefan, now voiced by Corey Burton, departs with the queen, Hubert and Phillip to a Royal Conference, leaving Aurora in charge of the kingdom.
In Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, the fairies appear in their homeworld, the "Enchanted Dominion", talking with Ventus about Aurora and Phillip and later assisting him in his battle against Maleficent.
As King Stefan, Queen Leah, King Hubert and Prince Phillip leave the kingdom for a Royal Conference; Aurora is left in charge of the kingdom.
While falling asleep, King Hubert tries to tell Stefan of his son being in love with a peasant girl, which makes Flora realize that Prince Phillip is the man Aurora has fallen in love with, and they fly back to the cottage for him.
Stefan organizes a celebration to present Aurora to the kingdom, and invites his best friend, King Hubert, to have his daughter betrothed to Hubert’s son, Prince Phillip.
Stefan decrees all spinning wheels in the kingdom burned, but Flora, Fauna and Merryweather know that this is not enough to stop Maleficent, so they ask for permission from Stefan and his wife to take Aurora with them and hide them until her sixteenth birthday.
Hubert wakes up at the end of the film, resuming his conversation with Stefan and is about to tell him that Phillip loves a peasant girl when Aurora and Phillip are seen coming down the hall staircase, which leaves Hubert confused but satisfied.
Just as he is falling asleep, Hubert is telling an already sleeping Stefan that Phillip is in love with a peasant girl, which makes Flora realize that it was Phillip whom Aurora met in the forest.
The three Good Fairies (Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather) are allowed by the Queen Leah and King Stefan to take Aurora into hiding and raise her until the time of the curse has passed.
The goons later appear to capture Prince Phillip in the cottage where the three fairies were hiding Aurora, and again attempting to thwart his escape by pushing boulders (Flora turns them into bubbles), shooting arrows (Flora turns them into flowers), and pouring boiling oil (Flora turns it into a rainbow).
How could Belle have gotten by if the Beast hadn’t first imprisoned her and then saved her and then married her? How could Cinderella be so famous if Prince Charming hadn’t danced with her and then had one of his servants save her so that he could marry her? How could Ariel have gotten legs if she hadn’t sold her soul to the devil so that Eric could save her and then marry her? How would Jasmine be happy if Aladdin hadn’t lied to her, resulting in her getting captured so then he could save her and then marry her? Sleeping Beauty and Snow White were already dead from a medical perspective, their princes had to drag them back from death’s door with their lips alone, an arduous task.
In this portrait the prince is certainly not 11…in fact it seems as if he hasn’t aged a day from the time the portrait was painted to the day he becomes human again.
There is one more question that haunts me, if its only been 10 years why has the village completely forgotten the Prince that lived near by.
This may be because the prince wished it (which would give him even more reason for ripping it; he thought he would never be able to live up to the expectations he created for himself when he ordered the portraitist to depict him in such a handsome, noble, striking way) or simply because the portraitist was not perfect in his craft and had a hard time depicting age.
If you are looking to the likeness of the prince in his torn portrait, I do see cause for confusion because he looks to be nearly the same age in the portrait as he does when he becomes human again (but maybe also slightly younger.
I think the likeness of the prince, seen in the stained glass, is more of a symbol of his societal standing (although, for obvious reasons, we can speculate that the prince is loosely referred to as a prince and is not of royal blood; he is more likely the son of a lord or other governing noble) than of his actual appearance.
I always took it the curse would last for 21 years, but the prince and staff didn't age in that time.
In Beauty and the Beast (1994 Disney version) we can deduce the age of Prince Adam (the Beast) when he was first transformed, to be 11.
And in those days in France, his mother and father may well have been at the King’s court in Paris (or wherever it was in those days), leaving the young prince with a governess and servants to look after him.
Besides, the attire worn by the prince in the stained glass seems to be more reflective of Medieval times rather than 18th century France (when the events of the film take place).
In "Enchanted Christmas" Adam and Belle present Chip with a storybook, much like the one Lumiere presented Adam when he was only a year older than Chip.
How exactly would the Beast collect taxes? His tax collectors are probably pens in his office, and it's not like he can go do it himself >.> Maybe they assume the young prince died and they're now free.
Perhaps that's part of the curse also? To show the prince that he was not only incapable of love himself but that he wasn't loved by others either, to show him how quickly he would be completely forgotten.
So yes, I am the same age as Prince Adam when he is broken free from his curse.
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I find it interesting to see the role differences the princes have in films like “Cinderella” and “Aladdin.” It’s really interesting to me that the film is named after Aladdin, not Princess Jasmine.
Apart from the fact that this Disney prince had his film named after him, Aladdin is a pretty cool #guy.
In his younger days, he tended to subtly manipulate people — his parents, girls, teachers — to get his way, and played the Cute Heterosexual Male card whenever it could possibly make his life easier.
He’s all about camping and eating healthy flax cereal and going for "brisk morning jogs" (what are these words? I do not understand) and sleeping on the pavement overnight just to score the first tickets to the latest blockbuster franchise movie on opening day.
(Whether this means "14-hour days at the hedge fund," "overnight shifts at the pharmacy" or "sells hot DVD players off the back of a truck.") Family values are important to him, and he prioritizes supporting his loved ones above all else.
Your boyfriend is the one who holds court at parties, beer in hand, telling hilarious stories and making new friends.
Which Disney Prince Is Your Boyfriend?Does he bail in a crisis? Total Simba.
Meg is`nt a princess in the movie though…I guess she is kinda like a princess since goes with Hercules who is a god….but where is Kida,Eilonwy,Tiger Lilly,Melody..but I guess these are only the ones in the franchise,since you had Mulan in there.
just pointing out Meg is not a princess neither is Mulan sorry and you could argue that Pocahontas isn’t either since she was actually the daughter of the tribe’s cheif and is never called the princess at any time during the movie.
Mia from the Princess Diaries, didn’t really have a prince role, friends that you just realized are more than that, do not count.
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