Top 10 Most Underrated Disney Princesses

The Top Ten
1 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 .

My mom used to read to me about her as a child. By the way, she literally started the whole Disney princess franchise! Without her, none of the other Disney princesses would even exist!

She's the best Disney princess ever, and she's terribly underrated. What has happened to people nowadays?

Snow White is terribly underrated! I don't understand why. She's so perfect!

2 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 of screen time and 18 lines (excluding the song she sings, Once Upon a Dream), unlike the other Disney... read more

She's more than a convenient narcolepsy joke, which even Disney themselves seem to not realize.

She is underrated. I love her. My favorite Disney princess is Aurora.

She only speaks 18 lines of dialogue.

3 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.

I feel like Cinderella is underrated in comparison to other, newer princesses, most notably Belle, Jasmine, and Mulan, who actively show that they are strong and independent in one way or another.

But with Cinderella, on the other hand, I feel she does not get the attention she deserves, as she is often considered weak. In reality, she is a very strong woman - she endured her evil stepfamily for at most nine years (from age 10 to 19), and despite all of the chores she had to do, she always hoped that her dreams would come true. Also, she only broke down when her dress was ruined, and even then, her faith brought her Fairy Godmother, who helped her earn her happily ever after. She doesn't have to actively show that she is strong in order to be a strong Disney Princess. Even her subtle signs are enough for me.

Also, her voice actress, Ilene Woods, did an amazing job voicing her.

4 Jasmine She is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Animation Studios' 31st animated feature film Aladdin (1992).

I never see her on any Disney Princess franchise.

Hey, she never made it to the top of any TheTopTens.

I'd say Jasmine is the best Disney Princess.

5 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 think it's the fact that she's black.

6 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.

Not enough credit!!

7 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. Merida is known as the first Disney Princess to be against the typical standards set for Princesses.

You hear so little about her, and she truly is an amazing princess! She's brave, independent, and knows what she wants and what she doesn't want. She is everything and more that girls now want to be. She is one of my so-called role models. She didn't marry a guy that her parents wanted her to marry. Moreover, she won them over and stayed unmarried. I think she's a great character that deserves so much more attention than she's given.

Horribly heavy Scottish accents.

8 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.

In my opinion, I think that Tiana, Mulan, Snow White, Aurora, Eilonwy, Kida, Nala, and Maid Marian are the best princesses. But to be honest, I don't think that Giselle is underrated or overrated because she is just a ripoff of the classic princesses.

She is the coolest princess ever. She is perfect for tomboys!

She'd never had a sequel apart from her live action film!

9 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's definitely the most underrated.

10 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.

Instead of getting a proper sequel, they gave her an ugly animated cartoon. Tangled 2 deserves a proper sequel. Come on, guys, this is not funny.

Not given enough credit!! You rock girl!!

The Contenders
11 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 minded village.

Belle is truly underrated. She's kind, she's beautiful, and she has better hobbies than waiting for her prince to come. Did Belle expect to get married? No, she said she wanted adventure in the great wide somewhere, not to be married. But if she's happy, I'm happy too. The point is that Belle is really underrated.

She is my hero! Sorry, that was weird. I was an outcast in my childhood, but then, at age 12, this film was released. After that, I didn't feel bad about being smart. The next time I was picked on, I said, "Why are you doing this? Can you please knock it off?"

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