Princess Moolah isn't part of the Disney lineup, but she totally should be. An accounting of the Disney Princess' wealth shows that they are all pretty darn minted. One Disney princess earns her wealth from nothing: Tiana becomes a successful entrepreneur. Generally wealthier are the inheritors, who might not earn it but surely show they're going to use it wisely: Elsa (a princess before she became queen) has an entire kingdom, and can make new palaces at the swish of a hand. Pocahontas hails from a culture that holds land in community ownership, but she is the heir to control a large swath of Virginia. Moana is going to run an entire island - plus, she has an honest to God fleet of seafaring vessels. Likewise, Rapunzel inherits a whole kingdom.
On the "marrying money" side, Ariel is the youngest daughter of the sea king, meaning her inheritance is likely modest, but she marries Prince Eric, whose kingdom by the sea appears pretty extensive and includes a huge castle. Likewise, Belle marries a man whose library alone is a palace, and to make it even better, it's in France, which is pretty darn gorgeous. Cinderella marries a man with the finest Bavarian architecture you've ever seen, and she even has an unpaid rodent workforce so that she can maximize her spending elsewhere.
Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) has all of them beat, of course, as she both inherits AND marries, meaning she has two kingdoms. The only Disney princess who has more money is Princess Jasmine. Absent any brothers, she's the heir to Agrabah, a city in Arabia; hence she's sitting on billions in oil wealth. No wonder everyone wants to marry her!
It's time to spend that princess money, and we'll see which of these wealthy ladies you're most like!