Disney Princess Types That Have Not Happened So Far

We all know the who the official Disney princesses are as of now. Some of us may know about the forgotten Disney princesses. But that’s another topic.

Anyway, I’ve noticed these details that have never happened to any of the Disney princesses – neither the official or forgotten ones. Read below:

1: A princess who wears glasses

Not one Disney princess wears glasses (Mirabel from “Encanto” doesn’t count since she isn’t a princess at all – neither by birth nor marriage). In fact, not long after I noticed that, a little girl who wears glasses wrote to Disney and stated that it would be nice to have a Disney princess who wears glasses. Hey, glasses are NOT nerdy at all.

2: A princess with braces

Like glasses, braces are not geeky, either. Yes, many princess movies are set in historical time periods. But, hey, unchronological stuff happens in Disney movies all the time (like several times in “Aladdin,” especially with the genie). A princess with braces would be nice.

3: An LGBTQ+ princess

In a time of people accepting others’ sexual orientations and gender identities, it would be appropriate to have a transgender princess. There’s already been pressure toward Disney to give Elsa a girlfriend.

However, regardless of the numerous requests, Elsa did not fall in love with another woman in “Frozen 2.” In fact, she gained no love interest at all. But it would be great if there were a lesbian or transgender princess someday.

Aside from Elsa, Merida, Moana, and Raya don’t fall in love, either. But Disney has not revealed if they are asexual and/or aromantic, which is also part of the LGBTQ+ community.

4: A disabled princess

There was a petition for a Disney princess with Downs Syndrome. But not one princess has been blind, deaf, physically handicapped, or anything else.

Well, Ariel becomes mute for a good chunk of “The Little Mermaid.” But her voice is physically removed.

5: A tomboyish princess

Who says princesses need to be girly? Lots of girls are tomboys, meaning they like to look more like boys, whether it’s with their hair, clothing, or tastes in hobbies.

A princess who’s a tomboy could have some appeal—especially since children can come out at trans, where those born girls identify themselves as boys, and vice versa.

But among all the other girly princesses, the tomboy princess might be out of place, even if she is popular. So, she’d unlikely become an official Disney princess.

6: A princess with a dietary restriction

“Disney Princess” movies are far from over. And although dietary restrictions were not given as much attention in 20th century, they get a lot of attention now.

Not just peanut allergies, but those with other forms of food allergies or intolerances, like gluten and dairy. Some people choose their dietary restrictions, like being Kosher, vegetarian, vegan, and so forth.

It would be great to have a princess like this since she would make those with dietary restrictions relate to her.

7: A princess too old to be official

I was surprised when I first discovered that Elsa is supposed to be 21 in the main events of “Frozen” (the first one in 2013). That makes her the oldest official Disney princess in age and the only one not a teenager.

Some of the forgotten Disney princesses might be older than teens too (Wikipedia said that Megara from “Hercules” was 20) and some are definitely younger, like Vanellope from “Wreck-it-Ralph”. In fact, part of the reason Vanellope is not official is because she was considered too young.

However, no princess has been deemed too old. Disney rarely made human protagonists older than teens before the turn of the century.

But even now, a 30-year-old princess would likely be too old to appeal to young girls.


Have you noticed any missing details among the Disney princesses? Feel free to share them in the comments.

Published by Sunayna Prasad

I enjoy writing stories, creating artwork, watching movies and TV shows, cooking, and traveling. These are the topics of my posts. I also publish books, where you can learn about them on my website, www.sunaynaprasadbooks.com. Be sure to copy and paste the link and subscribe to my newsletter on the email list button on the homepage.

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