Top 10 Best Disney Princesses

The Top Ten
1 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.

Mulan is a great relatable character and she's smart as hell. Belle is supposed to be a similar archetype of "smart but awkward" but the only time we see this is at the beginning of the movie when she...reads a book and people call her weird for it. Mulan gets into real scrapes. No "shes beautiful but a little odd", people tell her to her face that she'll never amount to anything. But shes so so smart, and not only that but she puts her smarts to good use in every corner of this movie, from a one-off gag where she turns a chess match on its head to the climax of the movie where she explodes her enemies with well-aimed fireworks. She is the godess of lateral thinking and spatial reasoning. But even though shes smart as hell, she still reacts to situations in a believable way; she trips up when she's caught off guard, she feels shame when people put her down, she has that little panicky moment before she pulls it all together. She is the realest and coolest disney princess. Plus also, her merchandise animal is a cricket, which automatically puts her way above every other mammal-hugging princess. BUGS 4 LIFE!

2 Belle - Beauty and the Beast 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 minded village.

Belle herself is like considered and meant to be called a "deep" type of person for how she likes and loves books and solving problems and is also even introverted and a creature of habit, and she is also including even not easily swayed, and also even analyzes what she experiences in life like asks for something more and better than this and her "provincial life".

Belle is amazing. She stayed positive and didn't originally dream of a man. Yes, she fell in love, but only because she found someone who accepted her for who she was. She sacrificed herself for her Father, which I might add is actually braver than Mulan's sacrifice. Why? Because wars happen all the time. Mulan literally knew what was coming. She knew a lot about wars. But Belle? Belle had a Beast. And she's never seen one before. She doesn't know a thing about it. You don't see it everyday. But she still did it. That is way braver. She doesn't judge by looks, and doesn't immediately fall in love with someone due to how handsome they are. For the first time in Disney history, it was the Princess who saved the Prince, and who made it possible? Belle. But best of all, she doesn't care what other people think about her. She had it bad. A whole town of people mocking her and gossiping about her. Calling her strange and funny for reading. But she kept reading. She didn't care what other people thought. That's what we should all aspire to be. We should never care about other people mocking you, because they're just words. Belle was so kind hearted, she was able to make the Beast kind and friendly. She was willing to help the Beast when he was hurt. She's selfless, and almost never puts her needs before someone else's. Belle is hands down, the greatest Disney Princess. Who cares about appearance? Who cares about what other people say? For beauty is found within.

3 Snow White - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 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 .

Snow White is definitely the best Disney princess! Now people just like the princesses such as Elsa, Belle, Mulan or Rapunzel,because they are strong, brave and independent. And they have big dream too, right? Snow White has all that things! What's wrong with you guys? One of the hardest princesses is Snow White. She has to work hard day by day, and the queen could kill her anytime! She has big dream, like any other Disney princesses. You will think that the princesses like Belle is poor 'cause she lives in a shabby house and her life is hard. But look! She still has the love of the father and she lives happily through the day. How 'bout Elsa, Anna, or Jasmine? They're too happy: living in big castle, never have to work (or at least doing some chores), and their parents love them so much ( of course, if they are still alive) But Snow White, or Cinderella have to work hard in their own house without any love, or care! They are still optimistic, and never complain about their lives. Snow White also treats the others well, her kindness is endless! What do you want more 'bout Snow White? Why she can't be in top 1? Answer me!

4 Rapunzel - Tangled 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.

1. She's way more intelligent than Belle. Reading is just one of Rapunzel's skills, while the basis of the adoration of Belle's intelligence is basically based on her reading Jack and the Beanstalk.

2. She's got crazy diplomacy skills - she'd probably charm all of Corona's criminals and enemies. Sure, Mulan's a fantastic warrior, but there's also such a thing as a fantastic peacemaker. You lose a lot less people if you don't engage in war every time a country threatens you.

3. She's kind and selfless and would have the unwavering loyalty of her people. So when she grows up, whatever decision she makes is going to be done, little to no questions asked.

4. She's got guts. If a guy tries to assassinate her while she's alone, she can whack them over the head with a frying pan.

I think Rapunzel is my second favourite Disney Princess, after Belle and Mulan.

Even though the Barbie version of Rapunzel was the first Rapunzel I've seen and it holds a special place in my heart because of that, but despot that, this Rapunzel is still my favourite version of the character. I read on a list that one girl who loves Ariel thinks that Rapunzel is a carbon copy of Ariel, she's not, she has her own personality. Sure she goes along with a guy she barely knows, but she's not running away, she just wants to explore the outside world. Plus she's the first Disney princess to walk around barefoot. Plus her and Flynn are seen as equals which is great. To those of you who think that Elsa and Anna (I still like Anna, just not as much as other people do) are the first feminist Disney princesses, you either forgot or haven't heard of Mulan, Tiana, and Rapunzel.

5 Jasmine - Aladdin

Jasmine is a perfect role model for young girls. She is fierce and won't be taken advantage of. She is kind and compassionate, lets not forget when she gave the bread to the children. Jasmine is also smart, remember when she tricked Jafar. She has a tiger as a pet! And she doesn't want people telling her what to do, she uses her voice and stands up for herself, her song speechless (Aka the best Disney princess song) is a good example of this. She teaches everyone to stand up for themselves, which is important especially for young girls. Like Jasmine sings in her song, she won't be silenced. No one should be silenced! This is what Jasmine teaches everyone. People have to know how important they are and how important their voice is! Jasmine is a role model for everyone. She teaches people they have to stand up, speak, and make change in the world.

Jasmine is hot. She's definitely one of the hottest female Disney characters. Her looks aren't the only thing that makes her a great Disney princess. She also has a great personality. She's tired of living life as a princess and wants to explore what's outside the palace. Kind of sounds like Ariel. The reason why it works here is because they actually show us how unhappy she is being in the palace. She also doesn't do anything stupid to explore the outside world. Also, Ariel pretty much goes off to be with a prince anyway whereas Jasmine wants to get away from the royalty life. She wants to be a normal girl. That's something we rarely see from Disney princesses. While she isn't the main character of the movie, she still gets a lot of development. She's easily one of the greatest Disney princesses.

6 Tiana - The Princess and the Frog 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 kissed a frog and I liked it. This is one of the rare times in which the woman saved the man and not the other way around. Despite getting together with a prince at the end of the film, she's shown to not need a man. She's willing to work very hard to achieve her dreams. She's also very tough in certain situations. Tiana was the last 2D animated princess Disney has created. I wish Princess and the Frog got more attention. It's only been 9 years, but I already consider it a classic. Tiana is the best character in the movie.

Seriously, how is SNOW WHITE higher than her? She saved herself, unlike Snow White who literally just got kissed and everything suddenly went right. Also, she's not an idiot who lets strangers into her house after being told not to. She is a hard worker, and she actually loves her prince for who he is.

She is awesome. One thing she is diverse. Another thing she actually has a realistic dream. She also works for it. She works her booty off! She didn't even want a prince but got one. Why? Because she deserved to live in riches after working all her life. Hands down one of the best!

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

Ariel will always be my favorite, and contrary to what people who clearly haven't seen the film in years think, she is a fantastic role model and Disney Princess. She tries to explain her curiosity and interest to her father but is constantly shut down by him and not ever given a chance to express herself, surviving a male dominated ocean she breaks the mold her sisters are happy to abide by, as Ariel goes out there and explores her passion. Ariel does not let herself be confined to her fathers prejudices which I think speaks volumes about her character and is very much relatable today. Also she doesn't throw everything away for a man, Eric was her extra push to finally going out there and achieving her dreams to be on land, also not forgetting Ariel is only 16 and during the films time period it was normal for girls younger than her to be married, Ariel wants to find to true love like all Disney Princesses and most women so don't think she should be condemned for doing so. Triton was very horrible in dealing with Ariels desire to explore the shore and destroys years worth of her collections, constantly screams down his opinion without giving her the chance to express herself yet again! So understandably Ariel is definitely going to want to find out if he grass is greener when she isn't getting it back home. Ariel is not a greedy character she did not ask for her father to sacrifice himself, she made her decision and just like in real life we deal with the consequences for those decisions, she is driven, hardworking, optimistic and knows what she wants thus making her the perfect Disney Princess!

8 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.

Screw those people who hating on her, I think she's one of mature disney princess that ever made! I like the third movie it gives her a development of her character

Cinderella is a kind, loving, gentle princess who always tries to see the good in everyone. So let's have her break a glass slipper like a bottle and use it to cut someone. Cinderella is such a nice character that I care about what happens to her in the movie. She lives with two evil stepsisters and an evil stepmother. Kind of a pretty bad life to be living. She has to put up with so much torment. Kind of like how Kelly Marie Tran had to deal with extremely mean Star Wars fans. Which caused her to leave social media. She's such a nice lady. I don't know why people felt the need to harass her. Anyway, Cinderella managed to accomplish her goal of going to the ball, meeting a prince, and living a happy life. She totally deserved it since she is such a kind girl with good morals. The live action version of her is also very kind hearted, but the problem is she's TOO happy. The animated character at least gets upset when she needs to be. Which makes her a more relatable character.

9 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 sea to save both her people and the world.

Oh, Moana, she's so fearless, has a connection with water, which is really cool, and she's determined, loyal, and smart. That's all I have to say because everyone knows she's awesome.

How is she not in the top 3? She saved her people. She's better than Anna, Aurora, Cinderella, Snow White, and Ariel- all those people and more! This is ridiculous!

She is so brave and willing to help her people.

10 Merida - Brave 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. Merida is known as the first Disney Princess to be against the typical standards set for Princesses... read more

Why do people hate Merida? She acts like a cranky teen at first, but she makes up for it. Despite not always agreeing with her mother's decisions, she still very much loves her. She even tries to protect her after she turned into a bear. Merida is better than people give her credit for. She's very adventurous and she's not afraid of anything. Her skills provide for some excellent action scenes that are just so entertaining to watch. Her archery skills are top notch. Her sword fighting skills aren't bad either. Also, her hair is amazing. And yes, she is an official Disney princess even though she's from Pixar. Speaking of Pixar, I've been hearing really good things about Incredibles 2.

I am tired of those dumb classic princess movies like snow white, and cinderella. BORING! Marisa is one of my favorites, because she stood up for what she believed in, and and is strong, unlike classic princesses dancing in their point dresses with princes! Merida MUST be on the top three!

The Contenders
11 Aurora - Sleeping Beauty

Despite considering her the second worst Disney princess, I don't actually hate her. She's a lovely character with a beautiful singing voice and a very kind attitude. The problem is we don't see her a lot in the movie. We don't get to know a lot about her. I feel like she will have more screen time in Wreck-it Ralph 2 than she does here. When people discuss Disney princesses, she's rarely ever brought up. She's so forgettable. She's the princess with practically no personality. Then again, it's better than having a straight up terrible personality like Ariel.

Aurora is a very kindhearted princess. I love her character but I think Tiana deserves the second place.

I honestly don't think she should be this high. I mean come on, she was asleep for almost the entire movie!

12 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.

Pocahontas is pretty cool. I'll admit that. The movie she's in, however, is kind of boring. She made the movie "slightly" more interesting since she knows quite a lot about nature. She can even talk to trees. Somehow. Of all the Disney princesses, she has the best singing voice. The songs she sings are so powerful because of her voice. She's very adventurous and very brave. She even ends up saving John Smith. Unfortunately, she doesn't really have a lot of memorable moments. Not even any memorable lines of dialogue. Which is a shame because she could've been such a great character. By the way, I do not like the way she looks in Wreck-it Ralph 2. Also, I found it weird that we actually see her hair flowing in THE WIND! Or in this case, THE LACK OF WIND!

Pocahontas in a nature me! She cares about her family and her home. 'Colors of the Wind' really touched me. She's pretty, smart, and fearless, and that makes her truly unique.