Who is the Best Disney Princess - Top 10 Disney Princesses List

Who is the Best Disney Princess - List of Top 10 Disney Princesses

Disney Princess, or also called Princess Line, is a franchise of The Walt Disney Company made up of heroines from various films, commonly princesses or who become princesses in the development of their respective films. This franchise does not completely include all the royal princesses from the entire Disney film, but only certain characters, especially from animated films. The franchise has released dolls, books, singing videos, clothing, beauty products, home decor, toys, and a variety of other products.

Below is the list of official canon of Disney Princesses, which princess is the best from all perspectives. Vote your favorite Disney Princess.

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1. Belle


Bella is a girl who lives in the French countryside with her father, an inventor. She is a beautiful country girl who likes to read and follow the adventures of her own imagination. She is not shy and is not afraid to speak her mind, especially in difficult situations, although she can be a bit hesitant when nervous. She is very compassionate, and takes care of those in need. She can be stubborn and always tries to protect the people she truly loves. She is also very patient with others. A dreamer and a true lover of fantasy and adventure, Bella is a crafty maverick for her time in many ways. The most pronounced is her love of books, enthusiasm and knowledge, which the townspeople see strange for a woman. Gastón tells her at one point, "It is not good for the woman to read. That will make her ... think ...". Bella also doesn't care about appearances, whether they belong to herself or anyone else. This is very ironic, considering that she is seen as the most beautiful woman in her village. In the song Bella, a woman sings: "She is as beautiful as the name implies, from head to toe."

2. Mulan


Mulan is a beautiful, brave, self-sufficient young woman, and is not focused on marriage. It also does not meet the expectations of a Chinese girl of the time: elegant, discreet, and quiet. Instead, she is clumsy, outspoken, and independent. At the beginning of the first movie, she has a hard time adjusting, thinking that she will never bring honor to her family. As the story continues, she begins to gain more confidence in herself, and after saving China, she finally sees herself as the person she always wanted to be and the honor she has brought to her family. Her courage, intelligence, determination, and extraordinary resourcefulness help her through her adventures, while maintaining her respect for others.

3. Ariel


Ariel is a beautiful young mermaid and one of the seven daughters of King Triton and Queen Athena. She lives in Atlantica, her parents' sea kingdom. Ariel is adventurous and curious and has an obsession with people and their belongings that she secretly collects in a cave. Her father cannot appreciate this because he sees people as dangerous. He therefore assigns his court musician, Sebastian the crab, to keep an eye on her. Ariel's best friend is the fish Botje. Ariel has long red hair, a fair skin tone, big blue eyes, a purple shell-shaped bra and a green mermaid tail. Ariel is sometimes called a princess or "little mermaid". During the movie The Little Mermaid, Ariel saves Prince Eric's life and falls in love with him. After a heated argument with her father, she visits the sea witch, Ursula, and trades her voice for human legs for three days to get the chance to win Eric's heart. Ursula stops this. When the three days are over, Ariel turns into a siren. Her father, King Triton, must hand over his crown and trident to Ursula to save his daughter. A fight ensues and Erik kills Ursula and steals back the crown and trident. At the end, Ariel permanently transforms into human and becomes Eric's wife.

4. Moana


3000 years ago, the almighty goddess Te Fiti created life. After that she fell into a deep sleep, turning into an island. Her heart was transformed into a small pounamu carving. The demigod Maui stole the heart of the goddess. Maui was not the only one who wanted it, since the sea monsters also coveted the heart, and one of them, named Te Ka, managed to take it from her. After the disappearance of the heart of the goddess that kept life in balance, all the islands began to be affected by death as time passed. 1000 years later, during the expansion of the Polynesians in the Pacific, Moana, a 16-year-old girl, the only daughter and successor of an important chief, begins to notice signs that the island where lives can disappear. She wants to recover the ancient customs of her people, especially their explorations across the ocean, but her father objects. Thanks to the advice and instructions of her grandmother Tala, an old woman from the tribe, she manages to start her journey to the side of Maui in order to recover the heart of the goddess to save her island and her people from disappearance.

5. Jasmine


Jasmine is a beautiful fifteen-year-old princess daughter of the Sultan of Agrabah. Unwilling to marry any of the princes her father suggests, she runs away from home, but because she has never been outside the palace before, she accidentally gets into trouble when she gives an apple to a child without paying for it. Before the merchant can punish her by amputation of her hand, a street boy named Aladdin quickly appears and saves her by stating that Jasmine is his sister with mental illness. Aladdin is arrested by guards led by Razoul. Jasmine rebels against them and demands that they let Aladdin go, but Razoul apologizes and explains that he is doing it on Jafar's orders. Jasmine confronts Jafar and demands Aladdin's release, but Jafar tells her that Aladdin has already been executed. Jasmine is shocked and takes all the blame. After Aladdin wishes to become a prince, his wish is granted by the Genie, he visits Jasmine in the guise of Prince Ali Ababwa. She at first thinks he's just another arrogant suitor, but later accepts his proposal after falling in love with him on a magic carpet trip. During this moment, Jasmine sees through Aladdin's disguise, but Aladdin convinces her that she sometimes dresses as a commoner to "escape the pressures of palace life", which she relates.

6. Tiana


Tiana is one of the main Disney princesses. She has black hair with dark eyes and dark skin. She is wearing a light yellow and light green draped dress. Tiana's character is based on two princesses: Princess Emma from the book The Frog Princess and the princess from the fairy tale The Frog Prince. Tiana is an enterprising waitress who dreams of one day opening her own restaurant. By kissing Prince Naveen, an enchanted frog, she also turns into a frog. Together they look for a way to undo the curse. In the end, she falls for the handsome prince Naveen, and by marrying him, she becomes a princess. Their love breaks the magic spell and they both become human again. Tiana is the first Disney princess of African descent. She is also the first princess whose story is inspired by a fairy tale, a novel and a real person.

7. Rapunzel


Rapunzel has very long blond hair and green eyes. She is wearing a purple dress. When Rapunzel's hair is cut, it changes from blonde to brown. Rapunzel is kidnapped from the castle as a baby by the evil Mother Gothel and locked up in a high tower. Rapunzel's very long hair has healing powers and this keeps Gothel young. Rapunzel has only had one wish for years, she would like to see the 'floating lights' that appear in the sky every year on her birthday. Mother Gothel forbids her. One day Flynn Ryder, a freebooter, passes the tower and climbs up to hide from his attackers. Rapunzel overpowers him and makes a deal. Flynn is later ambushed by Gothel and taken prisoner. He manages to escape and returns to Rapunzel's tower. When Flynn cuts Rapunzel's hair to break Mother Gothel's curse, he falls. Rapunzel heals him with her tears. Rapunzel has long (more than 21 meters) golden hair and large emerald green eyes. She wears a purple and pink dress. She walks exclusively barefoot. Rapunzel is the tenth official Disney princess, and also the first Disney princess to receive a PG rating (parental presence is recommended), and the first Disney princess from a 3D cartoon.

8. Pocahontas


Pocahontas's name means "Silent Little One". She is based on a real historical figure, and was born into a highly sophisticated Amerindian culture that had some knowledge of Europeans. Pocahontas is a beautiful, free-spirited, noble, and highly spiritual young woman. Being the eldest daughter of the chief of the tribe carries great weight, which is why she is always related as a symbol of strength. She also expresses wisdom beyond her years and offers kindness and guidance to those around her. She loves adventure and nature. She appears to have shamanic powers, as she is able to communion with nature, speak with spirits, empathize with animals, and understand unknown languages. In the sequel, Pocahontas seems to have matured after thinking that John Smith has died. She maintains her independent and cheerful spirit, but is much more mature and self-confident than she was in the first movie. During her stay in England, she almost gets lost in the hustle and bustle of this new world and becomes someone she is not. But in the end she bravely intends to sacrifice herself for the safety of her people and returns to her homeland, finding herself, and love, once again.

9. Aurora


Princess Aurora, is the only daughter of King Stefan and Queen Leah. Princess Aurora is portrayed as a kind, playful, shy, gentle, and quite naive girl who loves animals. Her most prominent personality trait is her passion for love and she is seen as a hopeless romantic. The good fairies of the kingdom have blessed her with the beauty and gift of singing. She is lonely most of the film, as she is isolated from her father's castle where she was born in a cabin in the forest called the Lumberjack's Hut with her three good fairies and godmothers Flora, Fauna and Primavera. A lover of the simple things in life, Aurora often wonders why her aunts treat her like a child. She wants to meet new people, see new places and make her own decisions. But even so, since she is young and naive about the world around her, she feels that her aunts know what is best for her and is very obedient towards them. For example, she escapes from Prince Philip when she realizes that she is talking to a stranger, something that the fairies had told her not to do. Also when she is under the spell of the evil witch Maleficent and is about to touch the shaft, she hesitates when she hears the fairies tell her not to touch anything, only to be overwhelmed by the evil power of Maleficent.

10. Cinderella


Cinderella is initially a maid at home and is constantly mocked by her evil stepmother Lady Tremaine and her two step-sisters. Although she is mistreated and humiliated she maintains hope through her dreams. She is true to the idea that one day her desires for happiness will come true. When her evil stepmother and two evil step-sisters prevent her from going to the prom, her heart is shattered and she is lonely. However, her fairy godmother appears and gives her hope back. Cinderella is of a strong and determined character, when the invitation to the royal dance arrives, she does everything she can to persuade her stepmother that she has every right to attend. She presents herself in the film as a nice, well-meaning, very hard-working, and positive heroine. In Cinderella III, her determination is tested when she goes through all the difficulties in proving to her prince that she is her true love. In this film she is seen in a very foody role and finally learns that if you want a dream come true, you have to help make it come true.

11. Merida


Merida is brave, daring, adventurous and independent. She is talented with the bow and arrow as well as the sword, and enjoys riding her horse Angus through the woods. Taking into account the role of women at the time, Mérida is seen as a rebel, who defies the traditions of her people and faces the title of Princess that is imposed on her. Opposing the ancient and sacred family custom, the protagonist struggles to go her own way, refusing to marry any of the suitors who compete for her hand. Mérida draws attention with its characteristic dark orange, curly, long and unruly hair. Her skin is fair and her eyes are blue. Dress in long, cotton suits, but at the same time comfortable to facilitate movement. On the other hand, her figure is athletic and slender, typical of an athlete. The Pixar team, it took more than 3 years to achieve the unruly curls that characterize Mérida, there was such despair with this situation that Pixar considered changing the protagonist's hair for straight hair, since the fall that the curls of this one had was not the expected. After discussing it, the creators agreed that changing this part with her would change Merida's personality, so they decided to keep looking until they could achieve it. Merida's body was not the typical princess, well proportioned and stylized. Pixar wanted to show her an athletic body, with strong legs and arms, without much bust.

12. Snow White

Snow White

Snow White is a princess of noble birth who is forced into servitude by her evil stepmother, Queen Grimhilde. She is innocent and a little naive, but never loses faith in her longing that true love will one day come looking for her. She remains cheerful and kind, no matter how badly her evil stepmother, Queen Grimhilde, treats her. She's an optimistic cream, who's always going to see the bottle half full, no matter how bleak things look. A silent dreamer, she loves to help the less fortunate than her and never judges people. With a kind, gentle and feminine nature, she follows her heart and does what she feels is right even if that can bring her problems. She sees the good side of everything and everyone, almost to exaggeration, but through everything she is a good person with a great heart and a maternal soul who can enchant anyone, even Grumpy. Snow White was never disrespectful and even though her evil stepmother, Queen Grimhilde, was mean to her she never disrespected her and that is why she was envious of her purity and innocence.