Official Disney Princesses List: Names With Pictures

Last updated July 1st 2024

How many Disney Princesses are there, and what are their names?

This Disney Princess list includes all the official Disney Princess names with pictures, ages, character origins, name meanings, love interests, movies, theme songs, fashion styles and more! Read on for the latest Disney Princess info, and learn some fun facts about your favorites, complete with all-original images!

Disney Princesses Cinderella, Jasmine & Ariel
Cinderella, Jasmine & Ariel

In the early 2000s, the original Disney Princess lineup consisted of a total of 10 characters, including the 8 first Disney Princesses on the list below, as well as Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre-Dame) and Tinker Bell (Peter Pan).

Now the Disney Princess list in 2024 counts 13 official Disney Princesses.

Disney Princess Names

Here's the full list of official Disney Princesses in order of each Disney Princess movie release date.
Click any name to skip ahead for more info with pictures!

Not all Disney Princesses are official Disney Princesses. These princess characters have never been included in the official lineup:

  • Eilonwy (The Black Cauldron - 1985)
  • Kida (Atlantis: The Lost Empire - 2001)
  • Vanellope (Wreck-it Ralph - 2012)
  • Elsa (Frozen - 2013)
  • Anna (Frozen - 2013)

Latest Disney Princess Info

Are there any upcoming Disney Princess movies?

There are four Disney Princess movies scheduled for release in the next 2 years. Moana 2, a musical sequel to Moana, will be released in theaters on November 27th 2024. Snow White will receive the live-action treatment in 2025, followed by Moana in 2026! Frozen 3 is also slated for release in late 2026!

Who's the newest Disney Princess?

Raya (Raya and the Last Dragon - 2021) is the latest addition to the official list. In August 2022, the Disney Parks blog announced that Raya would be "making her official debut as a Disney Princess". She was finally featured alongside the other 12 on the official Disney Princess website a year later.

Will other characters be added to the Disney Princess list in 2024?

Disney's Wish movie (2023) introduces us to a smart, determined young heroine named Asha, who, though not a princess, meets the rules to qualify as a Disney princess - having an animal sidekick (in her case a pet goat) and a theme song of her own ( This Wish). Time will tell whether Asha will become an official Disney Princess...

Disney Princess FAQs

How old are the Disney Princesses?

Here are the Disney Princesses in order of age:
Snow White is the youngest at 14.
Ariel, Aurora, Jasmine, Merida, Moana and Mulan are all around 16.
Belle is 17.
Pocahontas, Rapunzel and Raya are 18.
Cinderella and Tiana are the oldest at 19.

Which Disney Princesses are actually princesses?

All but Moana, Mulan and Pocahontas were either born a princess or became one through marriage.
Mulan is the daughter of a retired soldier, whereas Moana and Pocahontas are the daughters of chiefs.

Which Disney Princess names start with the same letter?

Ariel and Aurora both start with the letter A.
Merida, Moana and Mulan all start with the letter M.
Rapunzel and Raya start with the letter R.

Which Disney Princess name means dawn?

Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) was named after the dawn because she filled her parents' lives with sunshine.

Do any Disney Princesses have kids?

Ariel is the only Disney Princess with a child. In the sequel "The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea", Ariel has a daughter named Melody with Prince Eric.

The 13 Official Disney Princesses In Order

Snow White
About Snow White

Snow White is a gentle and caring young princess (the first Disney Princess), with a romantic disposition and a motherly touch. She is very fond of animals, and they are very fond of her.

Escaping from her jealous stepmother, the Evil Queen, Snow White finds shelter in the cottage of the seven dwarfs. Her fondest wish is to reunite with her true love, the Prince.

Movie: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Age: 14
Name meaning: Snow White was so named by her mother because her skin was as white as snow.
Likes: baking, cooking, romance, singing
Friends: the seven dwarfs
Love interest: The Prince
Parents: The King and Queen (both deceased); The Evil Queen (stepmother, living)
Antagonist: The Evil Queen
Theme song: Someday My Prince Will Come
Appearance: Snow White has brown eyes and short, curled black hair, accented with a red headband with a bow.
Style: sixteenth-century Tudor
Dress: Snow White's iconic dress features a blue bodice, puffed red and blue sleeves, a flowing yellow skirt and a high white collar with a dark maroon cape.
Character origins: Snow White is based on the character Schneewittchen from the German fairytale by the brothers Grimm, published in 1812.
Snow White fun fact: Snow White is the only Disney Princess with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In fact, Snow White was the first fictional female character to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' 50th anniversary in 1987.

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About Cinderella

Cinderella is a patient dreamer with a kind heart full of hope and optimism. She can always depend on her many animal friends, in particular the mice Jaq and Gus, to cheer her lonely hours. Even as her cruel stepmother confines her to the attic and forces her to do chores all day, her spirit remains unbroken.

One night, her Fairy Godmother appears and, with a wave of her magic wand, transforms her rags into a beautiful gown and sends her off in a coach to the castle for a royal ball, where she falls in love with Prince Charming.

Movie: Cinderella (1950)
Age: 19
Name meaning: Cinderella's birth name is Ella, but her stepsisters mockingly nicknamed her Cinderella because she was often covered in cinders from curling up near the fireplace to stay warm. Ella is a shortened form of Eleanor, meaning "light".
Likes: happy dreams, singing, dancing
Friends: Gus, Jaq, other mice, birds
Parents: Father unknown (gentleman, deceased); mother unknown (deceased); Lady Tremaine (stepmother, living)
Siblings: 2 stepsisters Anastasia and Drizella
Pets: Bruno the dog; Major the horse
Love interest: Prince Charming
Antagonist: Wicked Stepmother
Theme song: A Dream Is a Wish
Appearance: Cinderella has blue eyes and shoulder-length strawberry blonde hair with bangs (bright blonde in 2012 redesign). She's the only blue-eyed blonde Disney Princess.
Style: Victorian
Dresses: Cinderella's first ballgown once belonged to her late mother. It's a pink, sleeveless gown with pink sashes and bows. The mice and birds help restore it for her to wear to the ball, but it's torn to shreds by her wicked stepsisters. The dress is later transformed by the Fairy Godmother into a sparkling silvery ballgown with high, puffed sleeves.
Character origins: Cinderella is based on the character Cendrillon from the French fairytale by Charles Perrault, published in 1697.
Cinderella fun facts: Cinderella is the first Disney Princess who isn't born into royalty. In early drafts of the movie, one of Cinderella's friends was a turtle named Clarissa.

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About Aurora

Aurora is a sweet and gentle princess. She was raised by the three Good Fairies in the woods, where she spent a great deal of her time singing and daydreaming. Her beautiful voice charmed the free-spirited prince Phillip, whom she had met before, once upon a dream. When a curse from the vengeful fairy Maleficent sends her into a deep sleep, only he can wake her with True Love's Kiss.

Also known as: Briar Rose
Movie: Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Age: 16
Name meaning: Aurora's parents, King Stefan and Queen Leah, named her after the dawn because she filled their lives with sunshine.
Likes: animals, nature, singing
Friends: forest animals, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather (adoptive aunts)
Love interest: Prince Phillip
Parents: King Stefan (living); Queen Leah (living)
Antagonist: Maleficent
Theme song: Once Upon a Dream
Appearance: Aurora has violet eyes and waist-length, wavy, golden blonde hair.
Style: medieval European
Dresses: Aurora's maiden dress, which she wears in the cottage in the forest, features a beige blouse under a black strapless bodice with front lacing, and a brown skirt. Her royal dress, sometimes pink, sometimes blue, features a fitted bodice with a white off-the-shoulder collar, long sleeves and an a-line skirt.
Character origins: Aurora is based on the character Aurore from the French fairytale The Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault, published in 1697.
Aurora fun fact: Aurora is the only Disney Princess with violet eyes.

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About Ariel

Ariel is an adventurous mermaid who loves to explore strange places and collect strange things with her best friend Flounder. Her romantic and rebellious nature inspire her with longing to be part of the human world.

After rescuing and falling in love with the handsome human prince, Eric, Ariel strikes a deal with the sea witch Ursula to trade in her fins for legs in the hope of winning his heart.

Movie: The Little Mermaid (1989)
Home: Atlantica
Age: 16
Name meaning: The name Ariel is of Hebrew origin. It means "lion of God", and can be used for a boy or girl.
Likes: collecting human objects
Friends: Flounder (a tropical reef fish), Scuttle (a seagull), Sebastian (a crab)
Love interest: Prince Eric
Parents: King Triton (living); Queen Athena (deceased)
Siblings: 6 sisters (Attina, Alana, Adella, Aquata, Arista, Andrina)
Antagonist: Ursula
Theme song: Part of Your World
Appearance: Ariel has aqua-blue eyes and flowing red hair.
Style: Victorian
Character origins: Ariel is based on the unnamed character from the Dutch fairytale The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen, published in 1837.
Ariel fun fact: Ariel is the first Disney Princess who was not born human. She's also the first red-haired Disney Princess, but originally she was meant to have blonde hair, not red.

(See what Ariel would look like as a blonde in Ariel's Makeover Game 2.)

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About Belle

Belle is a smart and independent young woman who loves to read books, which offer her an escape from her provincial life. When she finds herself imprisoned in the castle of a mysterious beast, cursed by an enchantress for his selfishness, her generous heart and open spirit help her to see the beauty that lies beyond his rough exterior.

Movie: Beauty and the Beast (1991)
Homeland: France
Age: 17
Name meaning: Belle is a French adjective that means "beautiful" as well as a noun that means "beauty". In the classic French fairytale, she is sometimes referred to as la Belle, or the Beauty.
Likes: reading
Friends: The castle's enchanted staff, including Cogsworth (the Beast's majordomo, transformed into a pendulum clock); Lumiere (the maître d', transformed into a candelabra); Mrs. Potts (the head housekeeper, transformed into a teapot); Chip (Mrs. Pott's young son, transformed into a teacup)
Pet: Philippe the horse
Love interest: the Beast / Prince Adam
Parents: Maurice (inventor, living); mother unknown (deceased)
Antagonist: Gaston
Theme song: Belle
Appearance: Belle has hazel eyes and long brown hair, usually tied in a ponytail with a ribbon. She's the only Disney Princess with hazel eyes and brown hair.
Style: 18th century French
Dress: Belle's most memorable dress is the golden yellow ballgown she wears when she shares her first dance with the Beast. It features a voluminous, floor-length skirt and off-the-shoulder sleeves, accessorized with a golden headpiece, small round gold earrings and long golden gloves.
Character origins: Belle is based on the character Belle from the French fairytale The Beauty and the Beast by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve, published in 1740.
Belle fun facts: Belle is the only one in her little town who wears the color blue, reinforcing the idea that she doesn't quite fit in. She's also the first brunette Disney Princess and the second princess who isn't royal by birth (the first being Cinderella).

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About Jasmine

Jasmine is the headstrong daughter of the Sultan of Agrabah. This bold and daring free-thinker is never afraid to speak her mind. When she ventures beyond the comfort and security of her palace walls, she meets streetrat Aladdin, who shows her a whole new world.

Nickname: Jaz
Movie: Aladdin (1992)
Home: Agrabah
Age: 15 (going on 16)
Name meaning: Jasmine's name comes from the jasmine flower, a sweet-smelling flower that represents purity and innocence, and is often associated with love.
Friend/pet: Rajah (a tiger)
Love interest: Aladdin
Parents: The Sultan (living); the Sultana (deceased)
Antagonist: Jafar
Theme song: A Whole New World
Appearance: Jasmine has brown eyes and long black hair, usually worn in a ponytail in two sections tied with teal bands, and adorned with a jeweled headband.
Style: Ottoman Empire
Outfit: For most of the movie, Jasmine wears loose turquoise pants, a matching top with off-the-shoulder straps and golden shoes that curl at the toe. Her accessories include a turquoise headband adorned with a sapphire, large gold earrings and a gold necklace.
Character origins: Jasmine is based on the character Badroulbadour from the Middle Eastern folk tale One Thousand and One Nights, first published in English in 1704 and later in Arabic in 1775.
Jasmine fun facts: Jasmine is the first non-European Disney Princess. She's also the first princess who wears pants. Singer and actress Lea Salonga played the singing voice of Jasmine as well as Mulan.

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About Pocahontas

Pocahontas enjoys all that nature offers. Always on the lookout for adventure, she loves to go swimming and canoeing with her friends Nakoma, Meeko and Flit. Her open mind and eagerness to learn more about the world around her has made her wise beyond her years.

Her chance meeting with Captain John Smith leads to an unlikely friendship that changes their lives and the lives of those around them.

Movie: Pocahontas (1995)
Age: 18
Name meaning: The name Pocahontas means "playful one" in Powhatan, an Algonquian language.
Likes: canoeing, running, swimming
Friends: Nakoma, Meeko (a racoon), Flit (a hummingbird), Percy (a pug)
Love interest: John Smith
Parents: Chief Powhatan (living); mother unknown (deceased)
Antagonist: Ratcliffe
Theme song: Colors of the Wind
Appearance: Pocahontas has dark brown eyes and long, straight raven-black hair.
Style: 17th-century Native American
Dress: Pocahontas wears a tan-colored one-shouldered fringe dress with a belted waist. For most of the movie, she also wears her mother's turquoise necklace.
Pocahontas fun facts: Pocahontas is the only Disney Princess based on a real person. Although included in the official Disney Princess lineup, she isn't technically a princess.

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About Mulan

Mulan is a brave and loyal young woman with a sturdy heart and a noble spirit. Her determination sees her through the most difficult obstacles as she takes her father's place in the army to fight the Huns under the disguise of a soldier named Ping.

Full name: Fa Mulan
Movie: Mulan (1998)
Homeland: China
Age: 16
Name meaning: The name Mulan means "wood orchid".
Friend/guardian: Mushu (a dragon)
Parents: Fa Zhou (retired soldier, living); Fa Li (living)
Pets: Little Brother the dog, Khan the horse, Cri-Kee the cricket
Love interest: Shang
Antagonist: Shan-Yu
Theme song: Reflection
Appearance: Mulan has dark brown eyes and long, straight black hair.
Style: 8th to 10th century Chinese
Character origins: Mulan is based on a Chinese legend, the first written record of which is a folk song called the Ballad of Mulan, believed to have been composed between 386 and 535 AD.
Mulan fun fact: Mulan is the first Disney Princess raised by both her parents through her childhood (all other princesses before her having lost one parent or both parents sometime during their childhood, with the exception of Aurora, who was raised by the three Good Fairies).

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About Tiana

Tiana is a patient and resilient young woman with a passion for cooking. A fateful kiss with a frog prince, who's desperate to be human again, leads her on the adventure of a lifetime through the bayous of New Orleans. In the end, through hard work, she achieves her dream of opening her own restaurant.

Nickname: Tia
Movie: The Princess and the Frog (2009)
Home: New Orleans, Louisiana
Age: 19
Name meaning: Tiana may be a short form of Christiana or Tatiana, both of which are of Latin origin. Christiana means "follower of Christ". Tatiana is the feminine derivative of the name Tatius, whose meaning is unknown.
Likes: baking, cooking
Friends: Charlotte (her childhood friend), Louis (a trumpet-playing alligator) and Ray (a Cajun firefly)
Love interest: Prince Naveen
Parents: James (soldier, deceased); Eudora (living)
Antagonist: Dr. Facilier
Theme song: Almost There
Appearance: Tiana has brown eyes and wavy, shoulder-length black hair.
Style: 1920s American
Character origins: Tiana is based on the unnamed princess from the German fairytale The Frog Prince by the Brothers Grimm, published in 1812.
Tiana fun facts: Tiana is the only Disney Princess with dimples. She's the third Disney Princess to marry into royalty after Cinderella and Belle.

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About Rapunzel

Rapunzel is the charmingly high-spirited princess of Corona. She enjoys many different activities, such as painting, baking, reading and dancing. Never too far is her trusty friend Pascal the chameleon.

With the help of the kingdom's most wanted bandit Flynn Rider, she escapes the tower where the wicked crone Mother Gothel has kept her locked away most of her life, and journeys to see the floating lights that appear in the sky every year on her birthday.

Movie: Tangled (2010)
Age: 18
Name meaning: Rapunzel was named after the edible plant rapunzel, a species of bellflower.
Likes: painting, baking, reading, sewing
Friend/pet: Pascal (a chameleon)
Parents: King Frederic (living); Queen Arianna (living)
Love interest: Flynn Rider / Eugene
Antagonist: Mother Gothel
Theme song: When Will My Life Begin
Home: Corona
Appearance: Rapunzel has green eyes and long, magical golden blonde (but naturally brown) hair. She's the only Disney Princess with green eyes.
Style: 16th century German
Dress: Rapunzel's dress features a corsetted purple bodice laced with pink ribbon, juliet sleeves (long, tight sleeves with small striped pink and purple puffs at the shoulders) and a purple skirt.
Character origins: Rapunzel is based on the character from the German fairytale Rapunzel by the Brothers Grimm, published in 1812, itself inspired by a French fairytale by Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force (1698).
Rapunzel fun facts: Rapunzel's hair is 70 feet long. Tangled is the first Disney princess film to be animated by computer imagery.

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About Merida

Merida is a skilled archer and impetuous daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor. Determined to carve her own path in life, Merida defies an age-old custom sacred to the lords of the land, causing chaos in the kingdom and a rift between her and her mother. When she consults a witch for help, she inadvertently curses her mother, but soon sets things right again.

Movie: Brave (2012)
Likes: archery, horseback riding
Home: DunBroch
Age: 16
Name meaning: The name Merida is derived from the name Mairead, the Irish form of Margaret, meaning "pearl".
Parents: King Fergus (living); Queen Elinor (living)
Siblings: 3 brothers: Hamish, Harris and Hubert
Pet: Angus the horse
Antagonist: Mor'du
Theme song: Touch the Sky
Appearance: Merida has blue eyes and long, curly red hair.
Style: medieval Scottish
Dress: Merida's primary dress is a long, dark teal dress with slit sleeves, exposing the beige garment she wears underneath.
Merida fun fact: Merida is the only official Disney Princess from a Pixar film.

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About Moana

Moana is the free-spirited daughter of the Chief of Motunui. When her island is threatened, she sets out on a daring mission to save her people with the help of the shape-shifting demigod Maui, and in so doing fulfills the ancient quest of her ancestors.

Movie: Moana (2016)
Age: 16
Name meaning: The name Moana is of Polynesian origin, meaning "sea, ocean, large lake". It's a fitting name for this wayfinding heroine, who shares a special connection with the ocean.
Likes: sailing, wayfaring, family
Home: Motunui
Friends: Maui (a demigod)
Parents: Chief Tui (living); Sina (living)
Pets: Pua (a pot-bellied pig) and Heihei (a rooster)
Antagonist(s): the Kakamora
Theme song: How Far I'll Go
Appearance: Moana has dark brown eyes and long, wavy black hair.
Style: ancient Polynesian
Dress: Moana's main outfit features a strapless red top adorned with seashells, and a red sash over a beige skirt.
Moana fun facts: An early concept for the movie featured Moana as a contemporary girl who time-travels to the old world to discover her ancient culture. Like Pocahontas and Mulan, Moana is included in the official Disney Princess lineup, even though she isn't a princess. Moana herself disputes the idea of her being a princess in a scene from her movie!

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About Raya

Raya is a fierce warrior princess, trained by her father, Chief Benja of the Heart tribe, to become a guardian of the Dragon Gem. When the gem is broken, Raya sets out to track down the legendary last dragon to restore the fractured land and unite its people.

Movie: Raya and the Last Dragon (2021)
Age: 18
Name meaning: In the Malay language, Raya means "celebration".
Likes: dragons, martial arts, adventure
Home: Heart, Kumandra
Friends: Boun, Little Noi, Tong
Parents: Chief Benja (living); mother unknown
Pet: Tuk Tuk (a pug, pill-bug and armadillo hybrid)
Antagonist(s): the Druun
Appearance: Raya has dark brown eyes and long black hair.
Style: traditional Southeast Asian
Raya fun fact: Raya's is the shortest Disney Princess name.

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There you have it: all 13 uniquely beautiful Disney Princesses!

To recap, the official Disney Princess list of names in order is:
Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida, Moana and Raya.

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Disney Princess Fun Facts
  • The only two Disney Princesses with biological siblings are Ariel and Merida, and, interestingly, their names all begin with the same letter. Ariel's sisters' names all start with the letter A, and Merida's brothers' with the letter H.
  • The majority of Disney Princesses have long hair (though Rapunzel has them all beat in terms of length). The most common hair color is black (there are 7 raven-haired princesses), and the most common eye color is brown (also 7 brown-eyed princesses).
  • Aurora has the shortest screen time (appearing on screen for a little less than 18 minutes), while Moana has the longest (appearing on screen for over an hour).
  • The last three Disney Princesses (Merida, Moana and Raya) are the only ones with no love interests.
  • Pocahontas and Tiana are the only Disney Princesses with childhood best friends who are human (Nakoma and Charlotte, respectively).
  • Two Disney Princesses are named after flowers: Jasmine and Rapunzel.
  • The longest Disney Princess names are Cinderella, Pocahontas and Snow White. The shortest Disney Princess name is Raya.
  • All the Disney Princesses have animal companions.

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