Hot Takes On Who Should Be Added To The Disney Princess Lineup

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Vote up who you think should be an official Disney princess.

The Disney Princesses have worldwide fame, with the current lineup consisting of Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, and Moana. 

However, as powerful and inspiring as these women can be, fans have agreed that there are some leading ladies in Disney movies that deserve to be in the lineup as well. Vote up the choices you agree with!

  • Kida/Kidagakesh 
    Photo: Atlantis: The Lost Empire / Buena Vista Pictures

    From Redditor u/KieraOokami:

    She's born royal and was the first Disney [leading lady] to become a queen in her movie. She would've been the first POC princess too. 

    From Redditor u/Tabbiecat5:

    She's a bad*ss warrior woman, [as well as] a scholar and a linguist. Her relationship with Milo is one of the most developed [in Disney] and she's a caring, hands-on ruler. 

    207 votes
  • Princess Eilonwy
    Photo: The Black Cauldron / Buena Vista Distribution

    From Redditor u/KieraOokami:

    [She's a] princess who was captured but didn't need rescuing. In fact, she rescues the male protagonist, AND can do magic. 

    164 votes
  • 3
    127 VOTES
    Photo: Raya and the Last Dragon / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

    From Redditor u/professor-okay:

    Raya shows different sides to being a princess - things like politics, diplomacy, knowledge of tactics and warfare. She's dynamic and realistic.

    127 votes
  • Anastasia Romanov
    Photo: Anastasia / 20th Century Fox

    From Redditor u/requiemofchaos:

    Now that 20th Century Fox is owned by Disney, Anastasia actually IS [in the running to be] a Disney princess now.

    From Redditor u/KatyaRomici00:

    She has the best personality and is so underrated [it should be] a crime. 

    182 votes
  • 5
    137 VOTES

    Anna & Elsa

    From Redditor u/ItsADeparture:

    Given that Frozen is the most popular animated film of all time, why haven't [Elsa and Anna] been inducted into the Disney Princess line? What makes this even stranger is that despite the fact they aren't officially "Disney Princess" status, they still appear with the other Princesses in Ralph Breaks The Internet

    From Redditor u/Pharahnheit:

    Elsa and Anna started a new trend for Disney protagonists. They have a lot of agency, are extremely active in their story and the driving force in it, and their conflict has more to do with personal growth and identity.

    137 votes
  • 6
    154 VOTES

    From Redditor u/KieraOokami:

    She married a prince [god], gave up her soul for love and had to spend her life as a servant to Hades as a result. In the end she chose to give up her very life just so Hercules could have a chance to save the day. 

    154 votes