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Can You Match the Princess to the Movie?
by J.P. Naomi
Walt Disney Pictures

Tiaras, glass slippers, and tulle, oh my!!

Did you know there are dozens of films that feature a princess? While Jasmine, Ariel, and Belle quickly come to mind, don’t forget, we’ve got Leia, Giselle, and Mia too! Thanks to film-makers such as Disney and DreamWorks, each decade has seen a new wave of both animated and live action princesses. They hail from all lands and galaxies, all cultures and eras, each leaving her mark on the world. As viewers, we are touched by their beauty, passion, and strength. We see them fight for what’s right. We see them fight for love and justice. Can we ever forget how Jasmine refused to marry Jafar for the chance at true love? Or the way that Princess Mia never forgot where she came from? What about the prowess of Diana Prince!

Each princess has not just entertained us, she has taught us. They have inspired us and though they are … well, royalty … they have enlightened us and given us a sense of humility. As young girls, we aspired not just to look like them, but to act like them. And boys? Well, we know you fell in love with them too!

So let’s see your best curtsy and your best power stance! It’s time to put your royal skills to the test and see if you have what it takes to correctly identify the movie from where each magical princess comes!

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