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15 Interesting Things About Disney Princesses You Never Noticed

Sunday, Jun 5, 2016, 1:36 pm


So, how much do you know about your favorite Disney princess? Other than what you see in the movies or read in the books, there is so much you need to know about the Disney princesses. Disney officially recognized the following eleven characters as Disney princesses. The list includes Cinderella, Belle, Rapunzel, Snow White, Ariel, Mulan, Aurora, Jasmine, Tiana, Merida, and Pocahontas. Check out these fifteen fascinating and little-known Disney Princess facts.
1.Snow White is the Youngest Disney Princess

Snow White is the youngest of all Disney princesses, being a 14 year old girl. Surprisingly, she is the oldest Disney princess in terms of movie appearances. Also, Snow White is the shortest of all the princesses. She is the only 'white princess' in the franchise to have black hair. 


Snow White is the Youngest Disney Princess-15 Interesting Things About Disney Princesses You Never Noticed


2.Mulan is the First Disney Princess, Who is not Actually a Princess

Mulan is the only Disney princess who is not actually a princess. She wasn't born or married into royalty. The character is based on an ancient Chinese legend 'Hua Mulan', a powerful female warrior. 


Mulan is the First Disney Princess, Who is not Actually a Princess-15 Interesting Things About Disney Princesses You Never Noticed


3.Cinderella is Considered Head of all the Disney Princesses

Cinderella is the most popular Disney princess. Disney gives great importance to Cinderella and always keeps her in the middle of all the franchise's publicity photos or videos. Many people feel Snow White deserves to be the leader of all the princesses because she is the first ever Disney princess. Cinderella is the second Disney princess, and thirteen years younger to Snow White in terms of movie debut. 


Cinderella is Considered Head of all the Disney Princesses-15 Interesting Things About Disney Princesses You Never Noticed





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