Top Ten Disney Princess Who Are the Best Role Models for Girls


The Top Ten

1 Snow White Snow White Snow White is a fictional character from Disney's first ever film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves . She is Disney's first ever Disney Princess and is the only Disney Princess to have her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame .

Love snow white best Disney princess ever! She is beautiful, sassy and perfect

Snow White teaches tidyness, true love, helping others out, being kind and friendly, and a smile and a song with cheer up your day!

Teaches disguises shouldn't be followed by evil. - Princesssmooth

I've learned from her lots of things. She's the best Disney princess ever!

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2 Rapunzel Rapunzel Rapunzel is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Animation Studios' 50th animated feature film Tangled, and its short sequel Tangled Ever After. She is the tenth Disney Princess, the first Disney Princess to be CGI-animated, and the first Disney Princess to have freckles or green eyes.

Teaches your gifts and what makes you different makes you special. She also teaches don't be afraid to venture out, don't be afraid of adventure, and don't be afraid to stand up for yourself. Don't let anyone make you feel like your not good enough. There's a lot more as well.

3 Cinderella Cinderella Princess Cinderella is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 12th animated feature film Cinderella and its sequels Cinderella II: Dreams Come True and Cinderella III: A Twist in Time.

Teaches dreams do come true. - Princesssmooth

Love how her strength does not lie in being able to fight or trying to be like a man. Instead, her strong personality shines through as she treats her stepmother and sisters with kindness.

If you hate Cinderella for being "weak", you should watch this video: v=huLSdm6IH0g
Cinderella teaches kindness, compassion, resourcefulness, and selflessness. She endured through years of abuse She is perhaps the classiest Disney princess with the bigget. Sadly enough, many of the newer Disney princesses(cough, Anna).

4 Mulan Mulan Fa Mulan, a character inspired by an actual historic figure is a character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 36th animated feature film Mulan, as well as its sequel Mulan II.

What I've learned from Mulan;

1. Everyone is not meant to be the same, and it's okay to be different, since we do meet amazing people who are a little different from us.
2. Women can be strong and independent as men.
3. There's no shame in being a late bloomer.
4. Everyone has the right to choose their path, instead of it being planned out for them.

As Juan-Luis said Mulan teaches young children (of both genders) that all people are equal. and we can all be strong and we are beautiful no matter what we choose to do whether its help on a farm, be a teacher, a student at school/university or a person a war for the country xxx

She teaches kids that woman are just as equal as men. And better than them, in some things. And I carry that ideal today. - Juan-Luis

You can't find any better role model, she learned us all that family is important and to take tough decisions. She fought for herself and for her father.

5 Ariel Ariel Princess Ariel is a fictional character and the title character of Walt Disney Pictures' 28th animated film The Little Mermaid.

Ariel teaches to focus on what's important, drumming to your own heart beat( or following the beat of your own drum.) Having the courage to follow your dreams, facing your fears, and listening to your heart.

Also teaches you to run away from home and give up everything for someone you don't know. - pengpaw4

Teaches you can be whatever you wan to be in life

6 Tiana Tiana Princess Tiana of Maldonia is a fictional main character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 49th animated feature film The Princess and the Frog.

I'm kind of surprised Tiana isn't in the top ten. She's not my favourite princess, but she achieves her goals through hard work as well as magic and never gives up. The fact that she doesn't get along with Naveen at the start but eventually falls in love with him seems to be a much more realistic and better love story than other Disney love stories. There's also the fact that the movie takes place in Southern America, in the 1920's or 30's, and there would have been segregation and the Jim Crow laws going on, so in a more realistic environment people would have been prejudiced against Tiana simply because of her skin tone. With that in mind, she would have had to work a lot harder. - PadfootWave16

Tiana teaches a little wishing and hard work goes a long way. She also teaches to keep what's important close to your heart. Another thing she teaches is to put others before yourself.

7 Merida Merida Princess Merida is a fictional character from Pixar's first ever Disney Princess film, Brave. She is a talented archer who wishes that she were not destined to become the Elegant Queen of Dun Broch. She is forced into a marriage betrothal by her mother, with whom she has a very negative relationship. more.

Girls don't need a love interest, don't need to be wooed or won, and don't need to be weak morons. I like it. - keycha1n

I like her because she shows that you can walk your own path and make your own decisions because it's a right you have.

Teaches whatever is your personality like boyish or girly. - Princesssmooth

8 Belle Belle Belle is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 30th animated feature film Beauty and the Beast (1991) and in the live action remake Beauty and the Beast (2017). Belle is the intelligent and selfless young daughter of an inventor who does not conform to the normal ways of her small more.

Don't judge a book by its cover!

She is definitely one of my role models ❤ - AngelOfTheSkyStarsMoon

Belle teaches don't judge a book by it's cover.

She teaches that don't judge someone on the outside, (ex. Justin Bieber) Judge someone on the inside (ex.Jesus) - Princesssmooth

9 Aurora Aurora Aurora is a fictional character from the popular Disney Film, Sleeping Beauty and the 2015 Live Action Release, Maleficent. She is commonly known as Sleeping Beauty and is one of the group Disney Princesses. She is a unique Disney Princess as in her film, Sleeping Beauty, she has a total of 18 minutes more.

Aurora teaches to believe in your dreams, because they have meaning. She also teaches to be cautious, especially around strangers. She also teaches everything happens for a reason, good or bad.

Seriously, people, Aurora is stupid. She is not a good role model at all. She is meak and helpless and all she does is sleep and wait for a strong prince to come wake the weak princess.

Just like it teaches “the only sun rises is love.” You must praise, not show off.

10 Moana Moana Moana is the protagonist of Disney's 2016 animated feature film of the same name. Born on the island village of Motunui, Moana is the daughter of Chief Tui and Sina, with an inherited love for the seas and voyaging. When her island becomes endangered, Moana is chosen by the ocean to journey across the more.

What Moana teaches
1. Never be afraid to follow your heart
2. Do what’s right
3. Do what makes you happy
4. These are your people, protect them.

The Contenders

11 Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas is a title character in Disney's 33rd animated feature film Pocahontas, and its direct-to-video sequel Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World.

She also teaches even though we are all different on the outside, we are the same on the inside. She also teaches to love and take care of nature, as well as stand up for what you believe in.

Teaches you that you are equal to any people. - Princesssmooth

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Top Remixes

1. Rapunzel
2. Cinderella
3. Ariel
1. Merida
2. Snow White
3. Cinderella


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