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Can You Match Up the Disney Couples?
by Jouviane Alexandre
Walt Disney Productions

It's a "tale as old as time!" In the world of Disney, we're falling in love with love! While we're busy following the storyline or adventure, we can't turn away from the always present love stories. From all the romance blossoming in the animated Disney world, can you match up the Disney couples?

Walt Disney Pictures released their very first film in 1937 with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Snow White would become Disney's first princess and the list would continue from there. It grew to include Cinderella, Belle, Pocahontas, Jasmine, and more. With these leading ladies, who could forget the loves of their lives? What about Eric, Aladdin, and Prince Naveen? You obviously can't forget the classic, Prince Charming.

While everyone loves the Disney princesses, we also have to remember Disney's other characters! What about the OG cast of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck? We can't forget their girlfriends! When it comes to Tarzan, who was he swinging around the jungle with? Quasimoto might not have ended up with Esmeralda, but who did?

If you're a Disney fanatic, these questions should be a breeze for you! Along with that breeze, love is in the air with these Disney couples! Can you match them all up? Is love in the cards for you or will you be left heartbroken? Let's find out!

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