Everyone has their favorite Disney princess, whether it's Ariel, Jasmine, Cinderella, Mulan, or any of the other heroines from our favorite childhood movies. A lot of work goes into making these films, and these behind the scenes facts about these lovely ladies makes them all a bit more magical.
Snow White is the youngest Disney princess, she is 14-years-old
Mulan and Tiana are the only left-handed princesses
Aurora only has 18 lines in all of 'Sleeping Beauty'
Pocahontas is the only princess based on a real person
Belle is the only person in town who wears blue which represents that she is an 'outsider'
Cinderella's shoe size is 4 1/2
Beyoncé was almost cast as the voice of Tiana but she refused to audition, thinking they would give her the part anyway
Merida is the only princess without an American accent
Jasmine is the only princess to kiss a villain
Aurora was the last princess to come out before Walt Disney died in 1966
If you straightened Merida's curls they would be four feet long
Anna is the only princess to sing with a villain
Ariel's face was drawn to look like Alyssa Milano
Cinderella was Walt Disney's favorite princess
The Cinderella dress transformation was his favorite piece of animation
Mulan and Jasmine have the same singing voice, done by Lea Salonga
Snow White is the only princess with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Rapunzel's hair may be the longest, but Elsa has more individual strands
Before 'Frozen', Belle and Mulan were the only princesses to encounter snow
'Part of Your World' was almost cut from the movie because a kid spilled his popcorn at the screening
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