Disney Princess Firsts

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February 12, 2021

Written by: Jim Smith

Disney’s portrayal of the storybook princess inspires girls of all ages around the world to dream big, be strong, and work hard. The Disney princess figure has evolved quite a bit since Snow White first graced the big screen in 1937. Today’s modern princess uses much more than beauty to succeed – she uses brains, wits, inner strength, and a steady resolve to succeed.

It’s time to give these Disney Princesses a little bit of love, so today’s trivia is a trio of Disney Princess questions.

Question One: Who was the first princess of color?

Question Two: Which princess was the first to be set in a contemporary environment?

Question Three: Can you name all the princesses who were not born as royal heirs, or of inherited governance (in other words, they were not born a princess)?

How many of these do you know? Take your guesses, then click the crown below to check your answers!

I was inspired to present these questions after listening to the Book of the Mouse Club podcast episode #51 “The Disney Princess: A Celebration of Art and Creativity” released on Jan. 15, 2021. Podcast hosts Courtney (@greatguthsby on Instagram) and Emily (@emily_mickde on Instagram) discussed the evolution of the Disney princess from Snow White up through the current day. It was a fascinating listen, and I recommend it for any Disney Princess fan!

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