Tell Us Your Disney Princess Preferences and We'll Reveal Which Real-Life Princess You're Most Like

By: Zoe Samuel

What sort of castle would you live in?

What sort of surroundings would you like for your castle?

How many people live in your castle?

Do you have many poor subjects?

Who is the fairest of them all?

What sort of slippers would you like to wear?

What is your sartorial style?

What would be your animal companion?

What would be your magical sidekick?

What would your origins be?

What is your relationship like with your ancestors?

What sort of villain are you facing?

Are the origins of the villain very different from yours?

Can you relate to your antagonist?

In the end, will you defeat your antagonist or make them change?

Where will you have to go to confront your villain?

What environment will you have to cross to get to the setting of your final confrontation?

Who bars the way to you leaving home on your adventure?

What group of intelligent beings will you encounter on your journey?

What new skill will you learn on your journey?

What special equipment will you pick up on your way?

Where will you be abandoned by all your friends?

How will your allies return to help you out?

What personal item will you sacrifice on your quest?

What kind of shape will you be in when you confront your final antagonist?

What kind of precipice will your final confrontation take place on or near?

What tool will you use to turn or defeat your antagonist?

Will you marry before or after you defeat your enemy?

Who will sing the lead on the musical number at your wedding?

Will you get a sequel?

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About This Quiz

America may be a proud democracy, but that doesn't mean it doesn't appreciate a little fictional monarchy now and then - especially when it comes with a bright-colored cartoon image and a cute animal sidekick. Disney princesses have filled this need in the American imagination for eight decades now, bringing us great songs, tales of coming of age, and a host of Oscar nominations and wins. Heroes like Pocahontas, Ariel, Moana, Anna, and Tiana have taken on villains and destroyed them with the power of love, integrity, and always standing up for what you believe in no matter what the cost.

However, alongside these fictional princesses, we've also enjoyed some pretty great real-life role models who happen to be princesses. This used to be a rather limited role in which a woman would marry into a royal family or inherit a position within one, and then make it her purpose in life to produce the so-called "an heir and a spare." There might be a little light philanthropy and a lot of attending the right parties, but that was it. Now, princesses are philanthropic leaders, businesswomen, and equals to their husbands who nearly always have top-of-the-line educations.

What do your preferences about the first group tell us about which of the second group you might be emulating, wittingly or not, in real life? Let's find out!

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