Small Details Fans Noticed About Underrated Disney Princesses

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From classic princesses like Aurora and Snow White to more modern additions like Anna and Elsa (though technically they are Queens now), Disney has delivered beloved and memorable royalty to the big screen for decades. Not every princess gets quite the same treatment, though. Some of the more underappreciated regal figures have a lot to offer, and fans online have pointed out some of the details to prove it. In The Princess and the Frog, for example, Tiana dreams of opening a restaurant called 'Tiana's Place' at the beginning of the movie, but by the end, she winds up opening 'Tiana's Palace.' In Brave, Merida impresses us with her bow and arrow skills. Unfortunately for her, though, one of her shots leaves a small cut on her cheek. Sometimes these princesses even crossover into over movies! While Rapunzel is best known for her starring role in Tangled, if you keep an eye out you can see her visiting Arendelle in Frozen!

Check out this list of small details fans spotted about underrated Disney princesses, and don't forget to vote up your favorites!

  • 1
    106 VOTES

    Mulan 'Strikes A Good Match' A Couple Times In 'Mulan'

    From Redditor u/Thrillegitimate:

    In Disney's Mulan, Mulan is told 'A girl can bring her family great honor in one striking a good match.' Both of Mulan's victories over the Huns involved lighting explosives.

    106 votes
  • 2
    106 VOTES

    Mulan Loses Her Eyelashes In 'Mulan'

    From Redditor u/jradio610:

    In Mulan, at the beginning of the movie, Mulan has long eyelashes (a common technique cartoonists use to show femininity). When she’s pretending to be a man her long eyelashes disappear, but when she’s discovered as a woman, she suddenly has long eyelashes again.

    106 votes
  • 3
    95 VOTES

    Jasmine Gets Proposed To Early On In 'Aladdin'

    From Redditor u/moon_man1:

    In Aladdin, during 'A Whole New World,' while flying through Greece, Aladdin throws an apple at Jasmine. In Ancient Greece, throwing an apple at someone was a way to propose to someone.

    95 votes
  • 4
    84 VOTES

    Merida Has A Kind Translation In 'Ralph Breaks The Internet'

    From Redditor u/luciancahil:

    In Wreck-It Ralph 2, Merida says 'Ack! Lang may yer lum reek, and may a moose ne'er leave your girnal with a teardrop in his eye! Haste Ye Back, Me Lassie' when saying goodbye to Vanellope, which roughly translates to 'I wish you a long and prosperous life, and I hope you come back soon!'

    84 votes
  • 5
    90 VOTES

    Rapunzel's Mobile Has Characters She'll Meet In 'Tangled'

    From Redditor u/slyveonstarr:

    In Disney’s Tangled, Rapunzel’s crib mobile shown in the beginning of the movie foreshadows scenes and characters we see throughout the rest of the film.

    90 votes
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    84 VOTES

    Rapunzel Reflects In Flynn's Eyes In 'Tangled'

    From Redditor u/HellotoHorse:

    In Tangled, during Flynn's interrogation Rapunzel's reflection can be seen in the whites of his eyes.

    84 votes