The Disney Princess franchise is comprised of fourteen Official Princesses and a number of associated heroines. This page lists and classifies both official and unofficial princesses and heroines.
Each of the following twelve women has been certified as an "Official Disney Princess." These princesses fall into the requirements listed above. Regardless of any actual title(s) possessed, each official Disney Princess is properly addressed (within the franchise) with the title of "Princess" preceding their name.
|Snow White||Snow White, the 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||Cinderella is the titular 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. It is based on the French version. 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||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, giving her a British accent. The original story is much darker than the Disney version. It is Italian and involves her falling under a spell after getting a splinter, and the rest is too grim to put on here. Disney based theirs off the French version, which was based on the Italian 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) and also presumably marries Prince Phillip, the firstborn son, and heir of a king (King Hubert).|
|Ariel||Ariel is the protagonist of the films The Little Mermaid, 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 Television Series, based off of the Danish fairytale by Hans Christian Anderson. Jodi Benson provides 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||Belle is the fifth Disney princess and the 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 a confirmed country in the movie (France) while most princesses have hints of their home countries. 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||Jasmine is the deuteragonist 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.|
|Pocahontas||Pocahontas is the 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||Fa Mulan is the titular 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||Tiana is the 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.|
|Rapunzel||Rapunzel is the protagonist in the film Tangled and the short film Tangled Ever After, based on the Brothers Grimm story Rapunzel. 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 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||Merida is the 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 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.|
|Anna||Anna is the Norwegian heroine protagonist of the 53rd Disney Animated Film Frozen. She was originally planned along with Elsa to join the Disney Princess lineup, but until there box office success they were successful enough to spawn their own franchise, despite not actually being part of the lineup, they're both considered official among fans since Ralph Breaks the Internet, their franchise strongly affiliates with the princesses.|
|Elsa||Queen Elsa (also known as The Snow Queen) is the deuteragonist of Disney's 2013 animated feature film Frozen and protagonist of Frozen II. She is the older sister of Princess (later Queen) Anna and was next in line for Arendelle's throne, until her powers over ice and snow led her to become the famous Snow Queen.
She was originally planned along with Anna to join the Disney Princess lineup, but until there box office success they were successful enough to spawn their own franchise, despite not actually being part of the lineup, they're both considered official among fans since Ralph Breaks the Internet, their franchise strongly affiliates with the princesses.
|Moana||Moana is the titular protagonist of the Disney film of the same name. The daughter of Motunui's village chief, Moana was chosen by the Ocean to restore the Heart of Te Fiti and save her island from life-killing darkness.
The fourth Princess to come from the minds of John Musker and Ron Clements, Moana is one of the few Disney Princesses not to be based on a preexisting character. Rather, her story (save for Maui and his exploits) is almost wholly original. Furthermore, unlike her most recent predecessors, Moana was not inducted with a coronation event. Instead, she was slowly integrated into official Disney Princess merchandise such as books, social media posts, and toylines following the release of her film, before being added to the franchise's official website as an official member in 2019. She is the first princess since Mulan, and the ninth princess overall to be officially inducted into the franchise without a coronation. However, she is the first princess to be lately inducted when the franchise was already in function. She is also the second princess, after Merida who doesn't have a love interest and the third CGI Princess after Rapunzel and Merida.
Former Disney Princesses
The former Disney Princesses are princesses who were part of the official Disney Princess lineup then were eventually removed and all but forgotten.
|Tinker Bell||Tinker Bell (also nicknamed Tink or Miss Bell) is the tritagonist of Disney's 1953 animated feature film, Peter Pan. She is a sassy fairy, who is the sidekick of the title character and regularly joins him on his exploits throughout the magical isle of Neverland.
In the many years since her inception, Tinker Bell has become one of the main spokes-characters for The Walt Disney Company (along with Mickey Mouse and Jiminy Cricket) and one of its most iconic characters (mostly known for flying toward the screen with a thin wand in her hand, waving it and causing fairy dust to fly out to the screen). From the release of the original Peter Pan in 1953, Tinker Bell was known for being a silent character up until the release of her very own film, Tinker Bell in 2008, and all of its sequels. She has been removed from the franchise because of her lead role in the Disney Fairies franchise.
|Esmeralda||Esmeralda is the deuteragonist of Disney's 1996 animated feature film The Hunchback of Notre Dame and a secondary character of its 2002 sequel.
When the Disney Princesses franchise was formed, Esmeralda was part, possibly along with Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Bela, Jasmine, Pocahontas and Mulan. She was still in the franchise until 2004, appearing on various products, and also at some princess events. However, as of 2005, she was no longer seen with other princesses in any product, or event related to the franchise. She was removed because her sales were financially disappointing. Along with it, Disney found it difficult to market her to younger children, due to the fact that she is represented with more mature themes in comparison to the other princesses.
|Jane Porter||Jane Porter is the deuteragonist of the movies Tarzan and Tarzan and Jane, and the TV series The Legend of Tarzan. She is the first Disney Princess (official or unofficial) not to appear in one of her franchise's sequels- Tarzan II, which technically is a midquel, as the events take place in the first movie, when Tarzan is a child. She and Tarzan begin a relationship at the end of the first movie, and are married by the next movie, 'Tarzan and Jane', which takes place a year after their wedding.
Jane Porter at one point was considered to be part of the Disney Princess franchise, but she was later removed because her dress color scheme was likely too similar to Belle's. Also, the qualifications for being a Disney Princess changed over time, and Jane wasn't on the list. She technically is a queen, as Tarzan is the leader of the gorillas. While Kerchak wasn't considered a king, he was still the leader.
|Aurora||Aurora was the first live-action princess and featured in the 2014 Sleeping Beauty spin-off movie, Maleficent (film). In the film, she was cursed by an evil fairy called Maleficent and she was raised by the three fairies until she was 16 years old. On her 16th birthday, she met a young prince, called Prince Phillip, and she was also going to tell her 'aunties' that she was going to live in the Moors with Maleficent, as they developed a mother-daughter like a relationship. However, the fairies told her about the curse and that it was Maleficent who cursed her. She rode a horseback to the castle, where she was hypnotized to prick her finger and die. Prince Phillip attempted to wake her up with true-loves kiss but it did not work. Maleficent was devastated about what happened and she kissed Aurora on the head and this woke her. In the sequel, Maleficent 2, Phillip had proposed to Aurora and his parents wanted to have a meal with Aurora, Maleficent and Diaval. However, Phillip's mother, Queen Ingrith, wanted Maleficent dead so that she could kill all of the fairies at Aurora and Phillip's wedding but Maleficent was saved by other fairies like her, the Dark Fey. Maleficent and Aurora saved the day and Aurora and Phillip finally married and the Queen was turned into a goat. In this version, it's Flittle and Knotgrass who argue over the dress colour, and Aurora ends up in blue after the deceased fairy changes it to blue and the other fairies agree it is a good colour.|
|Cinderella||Cinderella was the second live-action Disney Princess. She featured in the 2015 movie, Cinderella (2015 film). The story of Cinderella follows the fortunes of young Ella, whose merchant father remarries after the tragic death of her mother. Keen to support her loving father, Ella welcomes her new stepmother Lady Tremaine and her daughters Anastasia and Drizella into the family home. But when Ella's father suddenly and unexpectedly passes away, she finds herself at the mercy of a jealous and cruel new family. Finally relegated to nothing more than a servant girl covered in ashes, and spitefully renamed Cinderella, Ella could easily begin to lose hope. Yet, despite the cruelty inflicted upon her, Ella is determined to honor her mother's dying words and to "have courage and be kind." She will not give in to despair nor despise those who abuse her. And then there is the dashing stranger she meets in the woods. Unaware that he is really a prince, not merely an employee at the Palace, Ella finally feels she has met a kindred soul. It appears as if her fortunes may be about to change when the Palace sends out an open invitation for all maidens to attend a ball, raising Ella's hopes of once again encountering the charming "Kit". Alas, her stepmother forbids her to attend and callously rips apart her dress. But, as in all good fairy tales, help is at hand as her fairy godmother, disguised as a kindly beggar woman, steps forward and, armed with a pumpkin and a few mice, changes Cinderella's life forever.|
|Belle||Belle is the third live-action Disney Princess to be introduced. She featured in the 2017 live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast, Beauty and the Beast (2017 film). A young bookworm and inventor named Belle is extremely bored with her village life and seeks excitement and adventure, contrary to the villagers who are very simple-minded and are quite happy where they are. They regard Belle as a very odd and "funny" girl. Belle lives with her father Maurice, a tinkerer and a music box maker. When Maurice goes on his travels, he nearly gets eaten by wolves and he seeks shelter in the Beast's castle and the Beast locks him away. The horse goes back to Belle and she knows that something is wrong and she goes looking for him. She sacrifices herself for her father. She asks for her to be locked away rather than her father and Maurice goes back to the village to get help but no one believes him. Meanwhile, Belle gets given her own bedroom and is stunned to see furniture move and talk. She and the Beast eventually get a strong relationship and fall in love. They dance in the ballroom and Belle sees that her father is in trouble as everyone has turned on him and is sending him to a mental asylum. The Beast lets her go and save her father, where Belle tells everyone that her father isn't lying and Gaston locks Belle in too and the village goes to attack the Beast. Belle manages to escape to save the Beast. Gaston shot the Beast several times before the bridge he is standing on collapses and he dies. Belle cries over the Beast's lifeless body and the enchantress that cursed the Beast sees that he has found love as she told him to in order for the curse to resolve. The Beast is transformed back into his human self, Prince Adam, and he and Belle eventually get married and live happily ever after.|
|Jasmine||Jasmine became the fourth live-action Disney Princess when she featured in the 2019 movie, Aladdin (2019 film). She resembles her animated self with a few major improvements, for example she got her own song, Speechless. Aladdin is a lovable street urchin who meets Princess Jasmine, the beautiful daughter of the sultan of Agrabah. While visiting her exotic palace, Aladdin stumbles upon a magic oil lamp that unleashes a powerful, wisecracking, larger-than-life genie. As Aladdin and the genie start to become friends, they must soon embark on a dangerous mission to stop the evil sorcerer Jafar from overthrowing young Jasmine's kingdom. Foiled and trapped by his own greed, Jafar's magic over Agrabah is undone. As for Jafar's Lamp, Genie sends it flying to the Cave of Wonders, where the bickering Jafar and Iago would be forced to remain, as prisoners, for many years. Aladdin apologizes to Jasmine and the Sultan for deceiving them and is just about to leave until Genie reminds him that he has one wish left to make himself a prince again or erase the law of a prince marrying a princess. However, Aladdin decides to use the last wish to set Genie free. Genie decides to spend his freedom seeing the world with Dalia, who he has fallen in love with, and have 2 children together. The Sultan has decided to pass his crown onto Jasmine, making her the Sultan of Agrabah. Meanwhile, Aladdin sneaks away unnoticed, still thinking he is not right for Jasmine. However, she catches up with him and the two embrace and later marries.|
|Mulan||Mulan will be the fifth live-action Disney princess when her feature film, Mulan (2020 film), is released in theatres. However, her movie has been delayed because of the Coronavirus. It is unknown whether or not Mulan will get a theatrical release or if it will be released on Disney's streaming service, Disney+.
When The Emperor of China issues a decree that one man per family must serve in the Imperial Army to defend the country from Northern invaders, Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honored warrior, steps in to take the place of her ailing father. Masquerading as a man, Hua Jun, she is tested every step of the way and must harness her inner-strength and embrace her true potential. It is an epic journey that will transform her into an honored warrior and earn her the respect of a grateful nation...and a proud father.
This category includes characters who meet the qualifications for Disney Princess and/or have been included in Disney Princess products and promotions but are not included in the official lineup. These characters may have official affiliations with the Disney Princesses and could join the line-up in the future depending on public interest in them. They also are verified as Disney Heroines.
- Maid Marian from Robin Hood.
- Nala from The Lion King
- Kiara from The Lion King II: Simba's Pride.
- Megara from Hercules.
- Atta and Dot from A Bug's Life.
- Eilonwy from The Black Cauldron.
- Jane Porter from Tarzan.
- Melody from The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea.
- Daughters of Triton from The Little Mermaid.
- Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
- Ting-Ting, Su, and Mei from Mulan II.
- Kilala Reno from Kilala Princess.
- Giselle from Enchanted.
- Nancy Tremaine from Enchanted.
- Vanellope von Schweetz from Wreck-It Ralph.
- Sofia and Amber from Sofia the First.
- Elena from Elena of Avalor.
- Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck from Mickey Mouse.
- Miss Piggy from The Muppets.
- Faline from Bambi.
- Alice from Alice in Wonderland.
- Tinker Bell, Wendy Darling and Tiger Lily from Peter Pan.
- Shanti from The Jungle Book.
- Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
- Jessie from Toy Story.
- Jane Darling from Peter Pan II: Return to Neverland.
- Shuri from Black Panther.
- Leia Organa from Star Wars.
Some female protagonists, even those that hold the "princess" title, may not be included in the official line-up for the following reasons:
- They are not human or humanlike. This includes Nala from The Lion King, or puppets such as Miss Piggy, Janice and, Charlene Sinclair.
- Their films were a critical or commercial failure. This includes Eilonwy from The Black Cauldron and Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
- Their films were so successful that it warranted a separate franchise.
- Tinker Bell has been removed from the franchise because of her lead role in the Disney Fairies franchise.
- Anna and Elsa were both originally planned to be part of the lineup until Frozen's success spawned its own franchise. However, they have official affiliations with the Disney Princesses and the Frozen franchise is considered one of the largest affiliations on par with the Disney Princess franchise.
- They are foreign creations, including characters from European Disney comics (eg. Dickie Duck, Neptunia, Eurasia Toft, Will Vandom, and Agent Uma)
- They are from a Disney television series (e.g. Kim Possible, Star Butterfly from Star vs. the Forces of Evil) thus they do not affiliate with the Disney Princess Franchise.
- Their inclusion introduced a problem for the other members of the line-up.
- Esmeralda was an official Disney Princess in 2004, she was removed because she wasn’t 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 likely 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.
- They are from a company Disney acquired. For instance, despite Disney's acquisition of 20th Century Fox, pre-purchase Fox characters are not recognized as Disney princesses. This also applies to Leia, Gamora, Shuri, and Carol at the moment.
- Giselle at that point was 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.
- They are live action, such as Mary Poppins, Clara Stahlbaum and Giselle.
Products that included them
Other Disney characters have guest-starred alongside the fourteen 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.
- 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.
- Ariel is the only Disney Princess who isn't born a human, but she eventually becomes a human. Because of this, she is often seen in her mermaid tail or wearing a bouffant gown as a human.
- Merida is unique among the Disney Princesses for not only being from a Pixar film, but also isn't from real-life or literature (as Moana), doesn't have any onscreen singing moment in her film and doesn't have a love interest (the latter also shared with Moana). However, it should be noted that Young MacGuffin was intended to be Merida's Prince during production, before it was ultimately decided she would remain single.
- Merida and Tiana are the only Princesses to display an actual accent in line with their voice actresses. All other princesses have American accents that are inaccurate to their respective ethnicity, with the exceptions of Mulan, Pocahontas and Moana whose voice actresses have the correct nationalities (Chinese American, Native American, and Polynesian respectively).
- Aurora has a British accent, although it was done by an American voice actress.
- Despite having an American accent, Belle occasionally speaks in French.
- In the remakes of the movies, the Princesses (Cinderella, Belle) have all been played by British actresses. The only remake exception currently is Jasmine in the Aladdin remake, where she was played by Naomi Scott, who is British of Arabian descent.
- Pocahontas is the first Disney Princess with two love interests with John Smith and John Rolfe. She is the only Disney Princess to not end up with her original prince however and falls in love with John Rolfe (who she married in real life) in the sequel. Despite that, she's commonly marketed with John Smith.
- Each Princess is represented by one or more objects:
- Snow White – red apple
- Cinderella – glass slipper, pumpkin
- Aurora – golden tiara, spindle, spinning wheel, pink rose
- Ariel – dinglehopper, seashell, trident
- Belle – book, red rose, mirror
- Jasmine – the magic lamp, flying carpet
- Pocahontas – her mother's necklace, feather, compass
- Mulan – peach blossom, oil-paper umbrella, fan, sword
- Tiana – lily pad flower, gumbo pot
- Rapunzel – sun insignia, lantern, paintbrush, the golden flower
- Merida – bow/arrow, will o' the wisp, bear pendant
- Moana - Heart of Te Fiti, seashell, necklace, oar
- Except for Merida, each Princess has their own "I Want" song:
- Snow White – "I'm Wishing"
- Cinderella – "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes"
- Aurora – "I Wonder"
- Ariel – "Part of Your World"
- Belle – "Belle"
- Jasmine – "A Whole New World"
- Pocahontas – "Just Around the Riverbend"
- Mulan - "Reflection"
- Tiana – "Almost There"
- Rapunzel – "When Will My Life Begin?"
- Moana - "How Far I'll Go"
- Mulan and Tiana are the only Princesses to kill the main antagonist in their films. Mulan has actually killed more people than any other Walt Disney character, having buried an entire Hun army in a snow avalanche from which few escaped and survived.
- Moana is the only princess to redeem her primary antagonist: before transforming as Te Kā, Te Fiti was a source of goodness to the islands, until Maui stole her heart, which ultimately caused her to become a destructive entity. She is also the only princess so far to encounter two antagonists in one film, and the only one to encounter both a male and female antagonist in one film.
- 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, the former name of iodine
- Pocahontas: P - phosphorus
- Mulan: Ml - fictional
- Rapunzel was the first princess in the franchise to be computer-animated, rather than traditionally hand-drawn. However, she (as well as the other computer-animated Princesses, Merida and Moana) has hand-drawn redesigns when appearing with the other Princesses in merchandise or pictures.
- Pocahontas, Mulan, Merida, and Moana are currently the only Princesses to not originate from the traditional 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"; and Rapunzel).
- Several of the Disney Princesses are animated by the same person. Marc Davis animated Snow White, Cinderella, and Aurora, Glen Keane animated Ariel, Pocahontas, and Rapunzel, and Mark Henn animated Belle, Jasmine, Mulan, and Tiana.
- Tiana, Rapunzel, and Merida are the only Princesses to have a change of title in their film from their intended titles. Tiana's was original The Frog Princess, Rapunzel's was simply called Rapunzel, and Merida's was The Bear and the Bow.
- The first six Princesses have home releases in the form of "Disney Vault" limited time only editions.
- There are seven Caucasian princesses: Snow White and Rapunzel (German); Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle (French); Ariel (Danish); and Merida (Scottish). The five non-white Disney Princesses are Jasmine (Arabian), Pocahontas (Native American), Mulan (Chinese), Tiana (African-American), Moana (Polynesian).
- Tiana is the only princess to have her ethnicity changed from the original story; in the Frog Prince fairy tale, the princess was German.
- Ariel is going to be African in the upcoming remake.
- Tiana is the only princess to have her ethnicity changed from the original story; in the Frog Prince fairy tale, the princess was German.
- Tiana is the first Disney Princess to have a public coronation as all of the Princesses up to Mulan were already in the line-up when the franchise first launched in the early 2000s.
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the only film in the franchise which won an honorary Oscar. Brave won an Oscar as Best Animated Feature Film of the Year. The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and Pocahontas won two Oscars (Best Soundtrack, Best Original Song). Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Mulan, The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, and Moana were just nominated for an award.
- Merida and Mulan are the only Princesses to wield a real weapon in her merchandising form. Rapunzel's frying pan is also shown in merchandise but doesn't count as a 'real' weapon.
- Cinderella, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, and Moana are shown as children in their original films. Ariel is shown as a child in her prequel movie, The Little Mermaid III: Ariel's Beginning.
- Out of the twelve Princesses in the line-up, only five are actually seen getting married on screen: Cinderella, Ariel, Jasmine, Tiana, and Rapunzel. Jasmine got married in the sequel Aladdin and the King of Thieves, and Rapunzel got married in the short Tangled Ever After. Mulan almost gets married in the sequel [[[Mulan II]] to a prince of a neighboring kingdom for political reasons, but Mushu interferes and stops the marriage.
- Aurora is the only true blonde Princess. Rapunzel's a blonde by way of the sun's magic, but is a natural brunette by genetics, while Cinderella is a strawberry-blonde.
- Out of all twelve Princesses, Snow White and Cinderella are the only orphaned Princesses, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, and Pocahontas are the only ones who have only their fathers alive, and Tiana is the only one who has only her mother alive and the first to have only her father die.
- Although a lot of the Princesses have had a damsel-in-distress or abuse moments, Ariel is the first Disney Princess to be in more of an obvious heroine role — saving Eric from drowning.
- Fa Mulan is the only Disney Princess to have a known last name. Moana's proposed surname, Waikliki, was present in an early draft but her film's screenwriter stated it may no longer apply.
- Cinderella's surname is either "Tremaine" or "Charming".
- Aurora and Mulan are the only Disney Princesses to go by aliases (Aurora as "Briar Rose" and Mulan as "Ping"). Although in Aurora's case, she thought Briar Rose was her real name until she was informed of her true identity.