Which Disney Princess Are You?

Khadija Leon

What’s your favorite Disney movie?

What’s the number one thing you look for in a prince?

What’s your dream wedding location?

Which prince would you date?

Which princess gets on your nerves the most?

Which Disney sidekick would you pick to join you on your adventures?

Every princess has a special dress. What color would yours be?

Which Disney saying would you use as your life’s motto?

What do you want more than anything in this world?

Which of these animals has to be in your royal parade?

Which forest critter would make an amazing pet?

Which of these places is the best for singing?

Which season is your favorite?

How do you usually wake up feeling?

What kind of music do you usually listen to?

In which of these places would you rather live?

How would you describe your style?

What is your greatest strength?

How would your friends describe you?

What physical feature of yours stands out the most?

What’s the one thing you dislike in other people?

Which hairstyle is your go-to?

Which profession best suits your personality?

Work is over. What are you about to do?

Which of these do you look forward to the most on a weekend?

What do you usually eat for breakfast?

Which of these desserts is your favorite?

What do you value most in others?

What’s the most important thing to you?

Which of these quotes would you live by?

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About This Quiz

Starting with the release of "Snow White" back in 1937, Disney princesses have become a cultural phenomenon. Some are drawn (no pun intended) from earlier tales, such as "The Snow Queen" (Elsa and Anna), and some hail from eponymous tales, such as "Rapunzel," "Beauty and the Beast," "Sleeping Beauty," "The Princess and the Frog" and "The Little Mermaid." While the earliest princesses were a little light on the self-reliance and very white bread, they did embody some good traits, like kindness and compassion.

Later princesses grew stronger, smarter, more capable and more diverse. They spoke up for themselves and drove their own plots (not to mention, their own boats). Nowadays, little girls can look up to heroes like Tiana, Moana and Anna, who take no prisoners and make no apologies.

Maybe you love the princesses or maybe you try to ignore them. Of course, once you get to know them, you'll probably discover that you have more in common with them — or at least, with a specific one or two of them — than you realized. So tell us a little about yourself, and we'll see which of these resilient princesses most resembles you!

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