List of fictional princesses

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This is a list of fictional princesses that have appeared in various works of fiction. This list is organized by medium and limited to well-referenced, notable examples of fictional princesses.

Literature[edit]

This section contains examples of both classic and more modern writing.

Princess Work Notes Author
Euna "Princess Who Never Smiled, TheThe Princess Who Never Smiled" Also called "The Unsmiling Tsarevna", collected by Alexander Afanasyev in Narodnye russkie skazki. Alexander Afanasyev
Princess Eilonwy Chronicles of Prydain, TheThe Chronicles of Prydain Lloyd Alexander
Mickle/Princess Augusta Westmark trilogy Long-lost daughter of King Augustine IV and Queen Caroline of Westmark. Lloyd Alexander
Princess "Flying Trunk, TheThe Flying Trunk" The Sultan's daughter. Hans Christian Andersen
Little Mermaid, TheThe Little Mermaid "Little Mermaid, TheThe Little Mermaid" The youngest daughter of the Sea King. Hans Christian Andersen
Princess "Little Mermaid, TheThe Little Mermaid" She happens to appear on the scene when the prince begins to wake, and thus receives the credit for saving him. Hans Christian Andersen
The Princess "Most Incredible Thing, TheThe Most Incredible Thing" Hans Christian Andersen
The Princess "Princess and the Pea, TheThe Princess and the Pea" Hans Christian Andersen
The Princess "Shadow, TheThe Shadow" Hans Christian Andersen
The Princess "Snow Queen, TheThe Snow Queen" Hans Christian Andersen
The Princess "Swineherd, TheThe Swineherd" Hans Christian Andersen
The Princess "Wild Swans, TheThe Wild Swans" Danish fairy tap about a princess who saves her eleven brothers from a curse cast by an evil queen. Hans Christian Andersen
Thumbelina "Thumbelina" Hans Christian Andersen
Queen Irene Xanth Formerly Princess Irene. Sorceress of Plants; daughter of King Trent and Queen Iris. She is the wife of Dor and the mother of Ivy, Ida, and Dolph. She appears in Centaur Aisle. Piers Anthony
Princess Ivy Xanth Sorceress of Enhancement; daughter of Queen Irene and Dor, and the twin sister of Ida. She appears in Dragon on a Pedestal, Crewel Lye: A Caustic Yarn, and Man from Mundania. Piers Anthony
Princess Ida Xanth Sorceress of the idea; daughter of Queen Irene and Dor, and the lost twin sister of Ivy. She first appears in The Color of Her Panties. Piers Anthony
Princesses Melody, Harmony, and Rhythm Xanth Triplet Sorceresses; the daughters of Princess Ivy and Grey. Piers Anthony
Princess "Boots Who Made the Princess Say, 'That's A Story'" Also called "The Ash Lad Who Made the Princess Say, 'You're A Liar'". Norwegian fairy tale collected by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe in Norske Folkeeventyr. Also collected by Andrew Lang in The Red Fairy Book. Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe
Princess "Princess on the Glass Hill, TheThe Princess on the Glass Hill" Norwegian fairy tale collected by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe in Norske Folkeeventyr. Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe
The three princesses "Three Princesses of Whiteland, TheThe Three Princesses of Whiteland" Norwegian fairy tale collected by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe in Norske Folkeeventyr. Also collected by Andrew Lang in The Yellow Fairy Book. Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe
Paulina Princess and the Pizza, TheThe Princess and the Pizza[1] Mary Jane Auch
Emeralda (Emma) Frog Princess, TheThe Frog Princess A young witch learning to control her magic and the Princess of Greater Greensward. She also appears in the sequels Dragon's Breath, Once Upon a Curse, and No Place for Magic, and the series prequel, The Salamander Spell. E. D. Baker
Millie Dragon Princess, TheThe Dragon Princess The daughter of Princess Emeralda and Prince Eadric, and the protagonist of the epilogue series to The Frog Princess novels. She appears in The Dragon Princess, Dragon Kiss, and A Prince Among Frogs. E. D. Baker
Princess Annie Wide-Awake Princess, TheThe Wide-Awake Princess[2][3] A fairy-tale novel based on the story of Sleeping Beauty. E. D. Baker
Princess Gwen Wide-Awake Princess, TheThe Wide-Awake Princess[2][3] E. D. Baker
Beauty (Belle) Beauty and the Beast While the first published version was published by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve, the most well-known version is the one recorded by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont. Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve
Tiger Lily Peter and Wendy J. M. Barrie
The twelve princesses Princesses Have a Ball, TheThe Princesses Have a Ball[4] Illustrated by Lynne Cravath. Teresa Bateman
Betsy Bobbin Oz books According to Ruth Plumly Thompson, becomes a Princess of Oz. Appears as the "Princess of Stones" is referred to as the "Lady Betsy Bobbin" in David Sexton's Tarot of Oz. L. Frank Baum
Dorothy Gale Oz books Created a Princess of Oz by Princess Ozma. L.Frank Baum
Princess Ozma Oz books Ozma of Oz, called "princess", but really functions as the Queen of Oz. L.Frank Baum
Peg Amy Oz books Trot's doll, who, in Kabumpo in Oz, is discovered to be the enchanted form of the Princess of Sun-Top Mountain. She marries Prince Pompadore of Pumperdink, with whom she has a daughter, Princess Pajonia of Pumperdink. L.Frank Baum
Trot Oz books Becomes a princess of the Ozure Isles. L.Frank Baum
Princess Langwidere[5] Ozma of Oz L.Frank Baum
Princess Pajonia of Pumperdink Oz books The daughter of Peg Amy and Prince Pompadore of Pumperdink. She first appears in The Purple Prince of Oz. Ruth Plumly Thompson
Planetty Oz books Appears in Ruth Plumly Thompson's 1938 novel The Silver Princess in Oz. She also appears in Jeff Freedman's The Magic Dishpan of Oz (1994). Ruth Plumly Thompson
Princess Princess and the Lord of Night, TheThe Princess and the Lord of Night[6] Illustrated by Susan Gaber. Emma Bull
Sara Crewe Little Princess, AA Little Princess Frances Hodgson Burnett
Jane Porter Clayton, Countess of Greystoke Tarzan series Simultaneously the Countess of Greystoke and the tribal queen of the Waziri people due to her marriage to Tarzan. Although she isn't an official princess, each of the titles that she does hold would arguably cause her to qualify. Edgar Rice Burroughs
Meriem, wife of Korak Tarzan series The daughter-in-law of Tarzan, who is both an English peer and an African tribal chief, Meriem is also a princess in her own right. Edgar Rice Burroughs
Mia Thermopolis Princess Diaries, TheThe Princess Diaries Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo, Crown Princess of Genovia, commonly known as "Mia Thermopolis". Meg Cabot
Princess Peepers Princess Peepers Picks a Pet[7] Illustrated by Tuesday Mourning. Pam Calvert
Elisa Girl of Fire and Thorns, TheThe Girl of Fire and Thorns[8] The younger of two princesses. Rae Carson
Princess Noelle Timelight Stone: The Pirate and the Princess, TheThe Timelight Stone: The Pirate and the Princess[9] Mio Chizuru
Princess Smartypants Princess Smartypants[10] Written and illustrated by Babette Cole. Babette Cole
Princess Margaret ("Meg") Runaway Princess, TheThe Runaway Princess,[11] The Runaway Dragon[12] Princess of the Kingdom of Greeve. Kate Coombs
The three princesses Three Daughters of King O'Hara, TheThe Three Daughters of King O'Hara Irish fairy tale collected by Jeremiah Curtin in Myths and Folk-lore of Ireland. Jeremiah Curtin
Princess Belle-Etoile "Princess Belle-Etoile" French fairy tale inspired by Giovanni Francesco Straparola's Ancilotto, King of Provino. Madame d'Aulnoy
The twelve princesses Princess of the Midnight Ball 2009 adult fantasy novel based on the fairy tale "The Twelve Dancing Princesses".

The novel features twelve princesses, the daughters of King Gregor and the late Queen Maude of Westfalin.

  • Princess Rose, the eldest daughter, one of the main protagonists of the novel.
  • Princess Lily
  • Princess Jonquil
  • Princess Hyacinth
  • Princess Violet
  • Princess Poppy, outspoken twin of Daisy; heroine of the novel's sequel, Princess of Glass.
  • Princess Daisy, well-behaved and easily frightened twin of Poppy. The twins are sixth and seventh eldest in their family.
  • Princess Lilac
  • Princess Iris
  • Princess Orchid
  • Princess Pansy
  • Princess Petunia, youngest daughter and heroine of the third book in the series, Princess of the Silver Woods.
Jessica Day George
Princess Celie Tuesdays at the Castle,[13] Also appears in the sequel, Wednesdays in the Tower.[14] Jessica Day George
Princess Pea Tale of Despereaux, TheThe Tale of Despereaux Princess of Dor, only child of the king and queen. Kate DiCamillo
The Wentworth princesses Entwined Based on "The Twelve Dancing Princesses".
  • Azaela Kathryn Wentworth, Princess Royale
  • Bramble Wentworth
  • Clover Wentworth
  • Delphinium Wentworth
  • Evening Primrose (Eve) Wentworth
  • Flora Wentworth
  • Goldenrod Wentworth
  • Hollyhock (Holli) Wentworth
  • Ivy Wentworth
  • Jessamine Wentworth
  • Kale Wentworth
  • Lily Wentworth
Heather Dixon
Fallon Princess of Fire A Saxon princess, daughter of King Harold of England. Shannon Drake
Princess Amelia Extra-Ordinary Princess, TheThe Extra-Ordinary Princess[15] Princess Amelia of Gossling; youngest of four sisters. Carolyn Q. Ebbitt
Ce'Nedra Belgariad, TheThe Belgariad series Imperial Princess of Tolnedra, Queen of Riva. She first appears in Queen of Sorcery. David Eddings
Eliza Wild Swans, TheThe Wild Swans[16] Illustrated by Susan Jeffers. Amy Ehrlich
Princess Mabelrose Courageous Princess, TheThe Courageous Princess[17] Rod Espinosa
Sadie Sadie: The Paper Crown Princess[18] Illustrated by Mandy Newham. Amanda N. Evans
Violet/Violetta Princess Knight, TheThe Princess Knight[19] Illustrated by Kerstin Meyer. Cornelia Funke
Princess Isabella Princess Pigsty[20] Cornelia Funke
Princess Badroulbadour "Story of Aladdin; or, the Wonderful Lamp, TheThe Story of Aladdin; or, the Wonderful Lamp" A Middle Eastern folktale; one of a collection of tales from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights). Translated and added by Antoine Galland
Princess Buttercup Princess Bride, TheThe Princess Bride William Goldman
Queen Cyrilla of Galea Sword of Truth series Cyrilla Amnell. Formerly Princess Cyrilla. Daughter of Queen Bernadine and King Wyborn Amnell of Galea; sister of Prince Harold of Galea. Older half-sister of the Mother Confessor Kahlan Amnell. Terry Goodkind
Princess Violet of Tamarang Sword of Truth series Spoilt daughter of Queen Milena of Tamarang. Later succeeds her mother as Queen of Tamarang. Terry Goodkind
Princess Rose Ugly Princess and the Wise Fool, TheThe Ugly Princess and the Wise Fool[21] Illustrated by Randy Cecil. Margaret Gray
Allerleirauh "Allerleirauh" Brothers Grimm
Princess "Frog Prince; or, Iron Henry, TheThe Frog Prince; or, Iron Henry" Brothers Grimm
Princess "King Thrushbeard" Brothers Grimm
Rapunzel "Rapunzel" Brothers Grimm
The twelve princesses "Twelve Dancing Princesses, TheThe Twelve Dancing Princesses" Brothers Grimm
Princess "Water of Life, TheThe Water of Life" Brothers Grimm
Ani Goose Girl, TheThe Goose Girl[22] Anidori-Kiladra Talianna Isilee, Crown Princess of Kildenree. Shannon Hale
Miri Princess Academy Shannon Hale
Princess Irulan Dune Eldest daughter of the 81st Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV and Anirul. Frank Herbert
Princess Chalice Dune A daughter of the 81st Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV and Anirul. Frank Herbert
Princess Wensicia Dune The third daughter of the 81st Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV and Anirul. Frank Herbert
Princess Josifa Dune A daughter of the 81st Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV and Anirul. Frank Herbert
Princess Rugi Dune A daughter of the 81st Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV and Anirul. Frank Herbert
Grace Princess Grace Illustrated by Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-Hwa Hu. Mary Hoffman
Princess Nausicaa Odyssey, TheThe Odyssey Homer
Princess Princess Furball[23] Illustrated by Anita Lobel. Charlotte Huck
Princess Loralyn Beyond the Greenest Hill: A Fairy Tale[24] Patricia McCune Irvine
Cinder Edna Cinder Edna Illustrated by Kevin O'Malley.[25] Ellen Jackson
Kaguya-hime Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, TheThe Tale of the Bamboo Cutter Kaguya-hime (かぐや姫, Princess Kaguya). A 10th century Japanese folktale. This story is the basis for the science fiction manga series, Kaguyahime.
The princess "Toothpick Warriors, TheThe Toothpick Warriors" Japanese folk tale
Cinderella Cinderella's Magical Wheelchair: An Empowering Fairy Tale[26] Illustrated by Richa Kinra. Jewel Kats
Princess Amy Ordinary Princess, TheThe Ordinary Princess[27] Princess Amy of Phantasmorania. One of seven sisters. Written and illustrated by M. M. Kaye. M. M. Kaye
Princess Golden Locks "Greek Princess and the Young Gardener, TheThe Greek Princess and the Young Gardener" Irish fairy tale collected Kennedy's in Fireside Stories of Ireland. Included by Joseph Jacobs in More Celtic Fairy Tales. Collected by Patrick Kennedy
Princess "Glass Mountain, TheThe Glass Mountain" Polish fairy tale collected by Hermann Kletke. Also collected by Andrew Lang in The Yellow Fairy Book. Hermann Kletke
Dotterine Child who came from an Egg, TheThe Child who came from an Egg Estonian fairy tale, also known as The Egg-Born Princess (Estonian: Munast sündinud kuningatütar). Collected by Dr. Friedrich Kreutzwald in Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud. Dr. Friedrich Kreutzwald
Princess "Grateful Prince, TheThe Grateful Prince" Estonian fairy tale; collected by Kreutzwald in Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud. Included by W. F. Kirby in The Hero of Esthonia, and by Andrew Lang The Violet Fairy Book. Dr. Friedrich Kreutzwald
Princess Daisy Valenski Princess Daisy Judith Krantz
Dani Valenski Princess Daisy Daisy's twin sister, not accepted by their father because she was born brain-damaged. Judith Krantz
Princess "Three Princes and their Beasts, TheThe Three Princes and their Beasts" The three princes' stepsister. Collected by Andrew Lang
Princess "Princess Who Was Hidden Underground, TheThe Princess Who Was Hidden Underground" German fairy tale included by Andrew Lang in The Violet Fairy Book. Collected by Andrew Lang
Vera Princess Ligovskaya Character based on Varvara Lopukhina, the woman with whom the author Lermontov was in love. Lopukhina's husband, Nikolai Bakhmetyev, was the prototype for the character of Prince Ligovskoy. Mikhail Lermontov
Ella of Frell Ella Enchanted Gail Carson Levine
Aza Fairest[28] Gail Carson Levine
Princess Sonora Princess Sonora and the Long Sleep[29] Illustrated by Mark Elliott. Gail Carson Levine
Princess Adelina (Addie) Two Princesses of Bamarre, TheThe Two Princesses of Bamarre Gail Carson Levine
Princess Meryl Two Princesses of Bamarre, TheThe Two Princesses of Bamarre Gail Carson Levine
Ye Gongzhu Aurora[citation needed] Guardians of Cosmos, TheThe Guardians of Cosmos Princess of the whole universe with special powers over energy. She was also the patron of Cosmos, the good part of the world, and used to be in a relationship with Alexander as well as being in a relationship with Kim Joomyun (Suho) in the sequel. Often described as an incredibly beautiful teenage girl with long black hair and eyes. She was an Asian and together with her fellow Guardians, fight against the evil Chaos. Noelle
Aravis Chronicles of Narnia, TheThe Chronicles of Narnia Marries Crown Prince Cor of Archenland. Appears as a main character in The Horse and His Boy and a minor character in The Last Battle. C. S. Lewis
Pippi Longstocking Pippi Longstocking series Daughter of Captain Ephraim Longstocking, the king of an island in the South Seas.[30] Astrid Lindgren
Princess Irene Princess and the Goblin, TheThe Princess and the Goblin Princess Irene also appears, a few years older, in the book's sequel, The Princess and Curdie. George MacDonald
The light princess "Light Princess, TheThe Light Princess" Scottish fairy tale. George MacDonald
Princess Makemnoit "Light Princess, TheThe Light Princess" Scottish fairy tale. George MacDonald
Myrcella Baratheon Song of Ice and Fire, AA Song of Ice and Fire George R. R. Martin
Arianne Martell Song of Ice and Fire, AA Song of Ice and Fire George R. R. Martin
Elia Martell Song of Ice and Fire, AA Song of Ice and Fire George R. R. Martin
Rhaenys Targaryen Song of Ice and Fire, AA Song of Ice and Fire George R. R. Martin
Daenerys Targaryen Song of Ice and Fire, AA Song of Ice and Fire George R. R. Martin
Princess Storytelling Princess, TheThe Storytelling Princess[31] Illustrated by Kimberly Bulcken Root. Rafe Martin
Princess Deerskin An adaptation of the fairy tale "Allerleirauh". Robin McKinley
Aerin Hero and the Crown, TheThe Hero and the Crown[32] Only child of the King of Damar. Robin McKinley
Princess Corenice of Atlantis Merlin's Ring H. Warner Munn
Princess Elizabeth Paper Bag Princess, TheThe Paper Bag Princess[33] Art by Michael Martchenko. Robert Munsch
Princess Ben Princess Ben Princess Benevolence. Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Katya Magic Nesting Doll, TheThe Magic Nesting Doll[34] Illustrated by Laurel Long. Jacqueline K. Ogburn
Princess Sleeping Bobby[35] A twist on the classic fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty". Illustrated by Giselle Potter. Mary Pope Osborne and Will Osborne
Rosamund King's Equal, TheThe King's Equal[36] Illustrated by Curtis Woodbridge. Katherine Paterson
Princess "Last Giant, TheThe Last Giant" Short fairy tale from Thompson's collection The Princess of Cozytown.[37] Ruth Plumly Thompson
Princess Poppsy "Princess of Cozytown" Short fairy tale from Thompson's collection The Princess of Cozytown.[37] Ruth Plumly Thompson
Princess Dianidra "Princess Who Could Not Dance, TheThe Princess Who Could Not Dance" Short fairy tale from Thompson's collection The Princess of Cozytown.[37] Ruth Plumly Thompson
The Princess Princess and the Admiral, TheThe Princess and the Admiral[38] Drawings by Tony Chen. Charlotte Pomerantz
Princess-Swan "Tale of Tsar Saltan, TheThe Tale of Tsar Saltan" 1831 Russian poem written after the fairy tale edited by Vladimir Dahl. Aleksandr Pushkin
Black Bee Bright (B. B.) Diary of B. B. Bright, Possible Princess, TheThe Diary of B. B. Bright, Possible Princess[39] Alice Randall and Caroline Randall Williams
Serenity Apple-Pip Princess, TheThe Apple-Pip Princess[40] The youngest of three princesses. Jane Ray
The Invisible Princess Invisible Princess, TheThe Invisible Princess[41] Faith Ringgold
Jenna Heap Septimus Heap series A primary character in the Septimus Heap series. She is a descendant of Princess Esmeralda. Angie Sage
Margaret Brave Margaret: An Irish Adventure[42] Robert D. San Souci and Sally Wern Comport
Princess Rosamond Well at the End of the World, TheThe Well at the End of the World[43] Illustrated by Rebecca Walsh. Robert D. San Souci
Guinevere Young Guinevere[44] Illustrated by Jamichael Henterly. Robert D. San Souci
Daughter of Antiochus Pericles, Prince of Tyre The unnamed daughter of Antiochus, King of Antioch. William Shakespeare
Marina Pericles, Prince of Tyre The daughter of Thaisa and Pericles, Prince of Tyre. William Shakespeare
Thaisa Pericles, Prince of Tyre The daughter of Simonides, King of Pentapolis, and wife of Pericles, Prince of Tyre. William Shakespeare
The Duchess of Gloucester Richard II Wife of Richard II's uncle, Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester; based on the historical figure of Lady Eleanor de Bohun. William Shakespeare
The Duchess of York Richard II Widow of Richard II's uncle, the Duke of York (who is based on the historical figure, Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York). Though unnamed, the Duchess is reportedly a composite of Langley's first and second wives, Infanta Isabella of Castile and Joan Holland, respectively. William Shakespeare
Miranda Tempest, TheThe Tempest Daughter of Prospero, the rightful Duke of Milan, and wife of Prince Ferdinand. William Shakespeare
Roselupin Red Wolf, TheThe Red Wolf[45] Margaret Shannon
Princess Amanita Dangerously Ever After[46] A fairy tale about a plucky, independent young princess. Illustrated by Valeria Docampo. Dashka Slater
Serena "Ancilotto, King of Provino" Italian fairy tale included in The Facetious Nights of Straparola. Giovanni Francesco Straparola
Princess "Princess and the Glass Mountain, TheThe Princess and the Glass Mountain"[47] Swedish folktale
Princess of Arabia "Prince and the Princess in the Forest, TheThe Prince and the Princess in the Forest" Danish fairy tale collected in Tang Kristensen's Æventyr far Jylland ("Tales from Jutland"). Andrew Lang included it in The Olive Fairy Book. Evald Tang Kristensen
Princess Ida "Princess, TheThe Princess" 1847 serio-comic blank verse narrative poem. Alfred Tennyson
Eärwen Unfinished Tales,
The Silmarillion
Daughter of Olwë of Alqualondë, king of the Telerin Elves of Aman. She is the wife of Finarfin, Prince of the Noldor, the mother of Galadriel, and Queen of Eldamar. J. R. R. Tolkien
Éowyn Lord of the Rings Though she never actually held the title of "princess", she is the niece of King Théoden of Rohan, the sister of King Éomer of Rohan, the wife of Faramir, a Prince of Gondor. J. R. R. Tolkien
Finduilas Children of Húrin, TheThe Children of Húrin,
The Silmarillion
Daughter of Orodreth, the ruler of Nargothrond. She was a high princess of the Noldor. J. R. R. Tolkien
Galadriel Lord of the Rings,
The Silmarillion
Youngest child and only daughter of Finarfin, Prince and later High King of the Noldor, and Eärwen. J. R. R. Tolkien
Idril Silmarillion, TheThe Silmarillion, The Book of Lost Tales (The Fall of Gondolin) Daughter of Turgon, Elven king of the Noldor. J. R. R. Tolkien
Princess Lothíriel of Dol Amroth Lord of the Rings Wife of Éomer. J. R. R. Tolkien
Lúthien Tinúviel Silmarillion, TheThe Silmarillion A Telerin (Sindarin) princess, daughter of Elu Thingol, King of Dorian, and Melian the Maia. J. R. R. Tolkien
Princess Maria Bolkonskaya War and Peace Princess Maria Nikolayevna Bolkonskaya.[48][49] Daughter of Prince Nikolai Andreyevich Bolkonsky (Prince Bolkonsky).[50] Leo Tolstoy
Sylvie Great Good Thing, TheThe Great Good Thing[51] Roderick Townley
Petronella Petronella[52] Illustrated by Margaret Organ-Kean. Jay Williams
Aouda Around the World in Eighty Days Jules Verne
Princess Rosamund Tough Princess, TheThe Tough Princess[53] Martin Waddell
Raina Glass Mountain, TheThe Glass Mountain[54] Diane Wolkstein
Holly Crescent Princess at Midnight[55] By night Princess of Castle Waxing. Andi Watson
Princess Princess and the Dragon, TheThe Princess and the Dragon[56] Audrey Wood
Cimorene Dealing with Dragons[57] Princess of Linderwall. Patricia C. Wrede
Princess Alianora Enchanted Forest Chronicles Princess of the duchy of Toure-on-Marsh. Patricia C. Wrede
Princess Cimorene Enchanted Forest Chronicles The rebellious princess of the kingdom of Linderwall.[58] Patricia C. Wrede
Princess Andria Rosemarie The Princess and the Guardian Dazzling yet defiant princess of the Golden Realm. Runs away from her engagement to Prince Edmund. Elizabeth Ybarra, Hannah Nikka Bryan
Princess Rya Erebose The Princess and the Guardian Prized princess of the Shadowed Domain; wife to Prince Marek. Elizabeth Ybarra, Hannah Nikka Bryan
Princess Djeow Seow Emperor and the Kite, TheThe Emperor and the Kite[59] Jane Yolen
Zhao Min Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber, TheThe Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber Princess Shaomin, born Minmin Temür. Daughter of Chaghan Temür, the Prince of Ruyang of the Yuan Dynasty, younger sister of Köke Temür, and wife of Zhang Wuji. Jin Yong
Zita Thirteenth Princess, TheThe Thirteenth Princess[60] The youngest of thirteen sisters. A retelling of "The Twelve Dancing Princesses". Diane Zahler

Theatre[edit]

Princess Title Notes
Sara Crewe Little Princess, AA Little Princess A 2004 musical based on the novel of the same name. Music by Andrew Lippa and book and lyrics by Brian Crawley.
Amneris Aida An opera by Giuseppe Verdi. Later adapted into a rock opera and 2000 Broadway show. 2000 songs by Tim Rice and Elton John.
Princess Badroulbadour Aladdin The traditional pantomime was originally dramatized by John O'Keeffe in 1788 for the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Different versions of the pantomime story have been performed for over 200 years. The "Aladdin" story was also adapted into other theatrical productions. Notable adaptations include:
Princess Stephanie of Balaria Balkan Princess, TheThe Balkan Princess A British musical written by Frederick Lonsdale and Frank Curzon; lyrics by Paul Rubens and Arthur Wimperis; music by Paul Rubens.
Cinderella Into the Woods
Rapunzel Into the Woods
Princess Marie King of Cadonia An English musical written by Frederick Lonsdale; lyrics by Adrian Ross and Arthur Wimperis; music by Sidney Jones and Frederick Rosse (the short-lived Broadway production featured additional music by Jerome Kern).
Princess Althea Light Princess, TheThe Light Princess Adapted from the Scottish fairy tale by George MacDonald.
Princess Olga Maid of Pskov Princess Olga Yuryevna Tokmakova. Adoptive daughter of Prince Tokmakov, biological daughter of Vera Sheloga (Tokmakov's sister-in-law) and Tsar Ivan Vasilevich the Terrible. 1872 opera composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov; based on the drama of the same name by Lev Mei.
Princess Winnifred Once Upon a Mattress A musical comedy based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Princess and the Pea.
Tiger Lily Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up A play based on the novel by J. M. Barrie.
Princess Ida Princess, TheThe Princess A blank verse farcical play by W. S. Gilbert, parodying Alfred Tennyson's poem, "The Princess: A Medley".
Princess Ida Princess Ida A comic opera; music by Arthur Sullivan, libretto by W. S. Gilbert. Based on the poem "The Princess" by Alfred Tennyson.
Princess Snow Queen, TheThe Snow Queen A chamber opera in six scenes based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the same name; prologue by Matthew King, libretto by Andrew McKinnon.
Disney Princesses Various A number of Disney Princesses have gotten their own musicals.
Princess Maria Bolkonskaya War and Peace Princess Maria Nikolayevna Bolkonskaya.[48][49] Opera based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy.
Zémire Zémire et Azor Operatic version of the fairy-tale Beauty and the Beast, written by Jean-François Marmontel and composed by André Grétry.

Film[edit]

Live Action[edit]

Princess Film Notes
Sara Crewe Little Princess, AA Little Princess Multiple film adaptations of Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel have been made. Some notable examples include:
Princess Aoura Around the World in 80 Days 1956 film based on the famous novel by Jules Verne. Portrayed by Shirley MacLaine.
Neytiri of the Omaticaya Na'vi Avatar Portrayed by Zoe Saldana, the character of Neytiri may well be considered a princess. Although she is never actually called by this title in the film, her status as both the daughter of a tribal chieftain and the heir to a high priestly office that is usually held by the women of her family means that she is commonly referred to as one by both real-world commentators and fans alike.
Belle Belle et la Bête, LaLa Belle et la Bête (Beauty and the Beast) French film adaptation of the fairy-tale of the same name, known in English as Beauty and the Beast. Belle is portrayed in the film by Josette Day.
Empress Phoenix Curse of the Golden Flower Portrayed by Li Gong.
Princess Kyra Dragons: Fire and Ice
Ella of Frell Ella Enchanted Portrayed by Anne Hathaway.
Giselle Enchanted Giselle, portrayed by Amy Adams, is a princess-to-be. Although technically not a princess, as she never marries Prince Edward, the character was created in the image of the archetypal Disney Princess. In a respectful nod to the Disney classics, many of Giselle's character traits are a combination of those of past Disney princesses. Many references, from the subtle to the prominent, are made throughout the film to past and future Disney films; and a number of actresses who have played Disney characters in the past make cameo appearances in the film, including Paige O'Hara (Belle, Beauty and the Beast), Jodi Benson (Ariel, The Little Mermaid), and Judy Kuhn (Pocahontas, Pocahontas). Julie Andrews, who has starred in a number of Disney films, perhaps most famously as the title character in Mary Poppins and as Queen Clarisse Renaldi in The Princess Diaries and The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement.

While Giselle never officially becomes a princess, Nancy, Robert's former fiancée, does when she marries Prince Edward.

Nancy Tremaine Enchanted Marries Prince Edward, Giselle's former fiancée. Portrayed by Idina Menzel.
Danielle de Barbarac Ever After: A Cinderella Story Becomes the wife of Prince Henry. 1998 film adaptation of "Cinderella" set in Renaissance France. Portrayed by Drew Barrymore.
Princess Diana Hercules and the Princess of Troy The Princess of Troy, portrayed by Diana Hyland.
Princess Yuki Akizuki Hidden Fortress, TheThe Hidden Fortress Portrayed by Misa Uehara.
Princess Aneta It Is Hell With the Princess 2009 Czech film. Portrayed by Tereza Voříšková.
Jodhaa Bai Jodhaa Akbar A Rajput princess portrayed by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
Dejah Thoris John Carter Princess of Helium. Portrayed by Lynn Collins.
Princess Anna of Finland King Ralph Portrayed by Joely Richardson.
Lyssa Krull Portrayed by Lisette Anthony (Lindsay Crouse, dub).
Princess Lily Legend Portrayed by Mia Sara.
Éowyn Lord of the Rings Though she never actually held the title of "princess", she is the niece of King Théoden of Rohan, the sister of King Éomer of Rohan, the wife of Faramir, a Prince of Gondor. Portrayed by Miranda Otto.
Galadriel Lord of the Rings Youngest child and only daughter of Finarfin, Prince of the Noldor, and Eärwen. Portrayed by Cate Blanchett.
Princess Lauranna Men in Black II Zarthon ambassador to Earth, and keeper of the Light of Zartha. Love interest of Agent Kay. Mother of Laura Vasquez. The actual Princess Lauranna, as the ambassador of her people, is portrayed by Linda Kim. In the “Mysteries in History” video shown within the film, she is portrayed by Paige Brooks.
Laura Vasquez Men in Black II Princess and the Light of Zartha. Daughter of Princess Lauranna and love interest of Agent Jay. Portrayed by Rosario Dawson.
Princess Tamina Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Princess of Alamut. Portrayed by Gemma Arterton.
Princess Calliope Princess 2008 ABC Family Original Movie. Portrayed by Nicole Gale Anderson.
Princess Ithaca Princess Portrayed by Nora Zehetner.
Princess Evelyn Princess and the Pony Portrayed by Fiona Perry.
Princess Buttercup Princess Bride, TheThe Princess Bride Portrayed by Robin Wright. Based on the 1973 novel of the same name by William Goldman.
Princess Caraboo/Mary Baker Princess Caraboo Portrayed by Phoebe Cates.
Princess Daisy Valenski Princess Daisy Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Judith Krantz. Portrayed by Merete Van Kamp as an adult and by Rachel Dennis as a child.
Dani Valenski Princess Daisy Daisy's twin sister, not accepted by their father because she was born brain-damaged. Portrayed by Merete Van Kamp as an adult and by Melissa Dennis as a child.
Mia Thermopolis Princess Diaries, TheThe Princess Diaries Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldo, Crown Princess of Genovia, commonly known as "Mia Thermopolis". Portrayed by Anne Hathaway.
Princess Maria Princess O'Rourke 1943 romantic comedy starring Olivia de Havilland, Robert Cummings, and Charles Coburn. It is similar to the later Roman Holiday (1953), which starred Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck.
Princess Rosalinda Montoya Princess Protection Program "Rosie Gonzalez". Princess of Costa Luna. Portrayed by Demi Lovato.
Princess Ann ('Anya Smith') Roman Holiday 1953 romantic comedy starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. Hepburn won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of Princess Ann. The film was remade for television in 1987, starring Tom Conti and Catherine Oxenberg, daughter of Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia.
Summer Princess Snow Queen 2002 made-for-television made by Hallmark Entertainment. Based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Snow Queen". Portrayed by Kira Clavell.
Princess Snow Queen, TheThe Snow Queen 2005 BBC television movie based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Snow Queen". Portrayed by Leah Cudmore.
Lilli Hoffman Snow White: A Tale of Terror 1997 film based on Snow White. Portrayed by Monica Keena.
Snow White Numerous adaptations of the Snow White story have been made over the years, starring several different actresses. Some of these include:
Vespa Spaceballs Daughter of King Roland of Druidia, portrayed by Daphne Zuniga.
Padmé Amidala Star Wars Elected Queen of Naboo at the young age of 14. Later went on to serve her people as a senator for Naboo.

Portrayed by Natalie Portman: Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

Leia Organa Star Wars Secretly adopted daughter of Bail Prestor Organa (formally styled as His Serene Highness Prince Bail Organa, First Chairman and Viceroy of Alderaan). Portrayed in the original trilogy films by Carrie Fisher:

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

The Princess Thief of Bagdad, TheThe Thief of Bagdad 1940 silent film based on a loose adaptation of the story of "Aladdin". Portrayed by June Duprez.
Anna Valerious Van Helsing Princess of the Gypsies. Portrayed by Kate Beckinsale.

Animated[edit]

Disney[edit]

Princess Film Notes
Princess Atta Bug's Life, AA Bug's Life In the film, Atta is voiced by Julia Louis-Dreyfus. She is voiced by Jodi Benson in the PlayStation video game.
Princess Dot Bug's Life, AA Bug's Life Voiced by Hayden Panettiere.
Princess Jasmine Aladdin Based on Princess Badroulbadour from the tale of "The Story of Aladdin; or, the Wonderful Lamp" from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights).
Princess Kidagakash (Kida) Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Atlantis: Milo's Return
Voiced by Cree Summer.
Belle Beauty and the Beast Marries Prince Adam, formally "Beast". Voiced by Paige O'Hara.
Princess Eilonwy Black Cauldron, TheThe Black Cauldron Based on the character from Lloyd Alexander's The Chronicles of Prydain. Voiced by Susan Sheridan.
Merida Brave Daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor of Dunbroch. Voiced by Peigi Barker as a child, and by Kelly Macdonald as a young woman. Mérida joined the official Disney Princess Lineup in July 2013.[64]
Cinderella Cinderella Marries Prince Charming. Originally voiced by Ilene Woods.
Anna Frozen Princess Anna of Arendelle. The main protagonist of Disney's Frozen. Anna is inspired by the character of Gerda from "The Snow Queen", a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. Anna and Elsa both joined the official Disney Princess Lineup in November 2013.[64] Voiced by Kristen Bell.
Queen Elsa of Arendelle Frozen Formerly Princess Elsa of Arendelle. She possesses an ancient power over ice and snow, and is the elder sister of the film's main protagonist, Anna. The character of Elsa is inspired by the Snow Queen from Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale of the same name. Elsa and Anna are both scheduled to join the official Disney Princess Lineup later in 2014. Voiced by Idina Menzel.
Kiara Lion King II: Simba's Pride, TheThe Lion King II: Simba's Pride The feisty daughter of Simba and Nala. Voiced by Neve Campbell as an adult and Michelle Horn as a cub. Liz Callaway provides Adult Kiara's singing voice, while Young Kiara's singing voice is provided by Charity Sanoy.
Ariel Little Mermaid, TheThe Little Mermaid Ariel has a very distinctive appearance, with her long, flowing red hair, blue eyes, green tail and a lavender seashell bikini top. In the films and television series, she is the youngest daughter of King Triton and Queen Athena.[65][66] Ariel has six older sisters:

Ariel is often rebellious, and in the first film longs to be a part of the human world. She marries Prince Eric, whom she rescued from a shipwreck, and together they have a daughter, Melody.[67] Ariel is voiced by Jodi Benson.

Melody Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, TheThe Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea The protagonist of Disney's The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, the sequel to The Little Mermaid. Melody is voiced by Tara Strong (credited as "Tara Charendoff").
Mulan Mulan,
Mulan II
While in actuality she is neither a princess by birth nor by marriage, Mulan holds an honorary Disney Princess status. She is a member of the official Disney Princess lineup, the only one who is not actually a princess. Speaking voice by Ming-Na, singing voice by Lea Salonga.
Princess Mei Mulan II Voiced by Lucy Liu.
Princess Su Mulan II Voiced by Lauren Tom.
Princess Ting-Ting Mulan II Speaking voice by Sandra Oh, singing voice by Judy Kuhn.
Tiger Lily Peter Pan Based on the 1904 play, Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, and the 1911 novel, Peter and Wendy, both by J. M. Barrie. Tiger Lily's only line is delivered by Canadian actress Corinne Orr (uncredited).
Pocahontas Pocahontas Based loosely on the real-life Pocahontas, she is considered a Princess to the English. Speaking voice by Irene Bedard, singing voice by Judy Kuhn.
Tiana Princess and the Frog, TheThe Princess and the Frog Voiced by Anika Noni Rose.
Princess Aurora Sleeping Beauty A princess in her own right, marries Prince Phillip.
Snow White Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs The central character of Walt Disney's first animated feature film, and the first Disney Princess. Voiced by Adriana Caselotti in the original film, other voice actresses since the film include: Mary Kay Bergman (1989-1999), Carolyn Gardner (2000-2010), Katherine Von Till (2011–present).
Princess Amber Sofia the First Sofia's elder stepsister, the Princess of Enchancia. Voiced by Darcy Rose Byrnes.
Princess Arsinoe Sofia the First
Princess Clio Sofia the First Princess of the Kingdom of Corinthia and a friend of Princesses Amber, Hildegard, and Sofia. Voiced by Harley Graham.
Princess Hildegard Sofia the First Princess of the Kingdom of Friezenburg and friend of Sofia's stepsister, Amber. Voiced by Coco Grayson.
Princess Jun Sofia the First Princess of the Kingdom of Weiling Voiced by Michaela Zee.
Princess Leena Sofia the First Voiced by Sarah Mitchell.
Princess Mae Sofia the First Princess of the Kingdom of Athens
Princess Matilda/Margaret Sofia the First
Princess Maya Sofia the First Voiced by Olivia Grace.
Princess Millicent Sofia the First
Princess Octavia/Penelope Sofia the First
Princess Sofia
("Sofia the First")[68][69]
Sofia the First Disney's first Latina princess,[70][71][72] to be released as a TV movie in Fall 2012, and a TV series in Spring 2013. Voiced by Ariel Winter.
Princess Vivian Sofia the First Sofia's shy, musically gifted best friend; she is one of Sofia's classmates at Royal Prep. Voiced by Sabrina Carpenter.
Princess Oona Sofia the First: The Floating Palace Sofia's mermaid friend who is kidnapped but is saved by Sofia and her sister Cora. Voiced by Kiernan "Kiki" Shipka.
Princess Cora Sofia the First: The Floating Palace Oona's mermaid older sister who aids Sofia in Oona's rescue. Voiced by Sarah Mitchell.
Rapunzel Tangled Voiced by Mandy Moore.
Vanellope von Schweetz Wreck-It Ralph Voiced by Sarah Silverman.

Other/ Non-Disney[edit]

Princess Film Notes
Princess Peri Banu Adventures of Prince Achmed, TheThe Adventures of Prince Achmed 1926 German film based on a combination of the stories of "The Story of Prince Ahmed and the Fairy Paribanou" and "Aladdin" from One Thousand and One Nights. The oldest surviving animated feature film.
Anya Anastasia Loosely based on the story of Anastasia Romanov, youngest daughter of Nicholas II, the last Russian Tsar, and the rumors surrounding her supposed escape from the massacre that killed her family. Speaking voice: Meg Ryan Singing voice: Liz Callaway.
Princess Bala Antz Voiced by Sharon Stone.
Princess Katrina Barbie as Rapunzel Voiced by Chantal Strand.
Rapunzel Barbie as Rapunzel Voiced by Kelly Sheridan.
Princess Anneliese Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper Speaking voice by Kelly Sheridan, singing voice by Melissa Lyons.
The twelve princesses Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses
Sugar Plum Princess Barbie in the Nutcracker
The Princesses Barbie: The Princess & the Popstar
  • Princess Tori (Victoria Bethany Evangeline Renee "Tori"), Princess of Meribella. Voiced by Kelly Sheridan, singing voice by Jennifer Waris.
  • Princess Meredith, voiced by Lauren Lavoie
  • Princess Trevi, voiced by Ashlynn Drummond
Sheeta Castle in the Sky Princess Lusheeta Toel Ul Laputa, otherwise known as "Sheeta". Voiced by Keiko Yokozawa in the original Japanese, by Lara Cody in the 1989 JAL/Streamline English release, and by Anna Paquin, with Debi Derryberry as the Young Sheeta, in the 2003 Disney distribution.
Queen Lire Doraemon: Nobita and the Legend of the Green Giant Voiced by Maki Horikita.
Princess Oriana Felix the Cat: The Movie Voiced by Maureen O'Connell.
Princess Milisande Flight of Dragons, TheThe Flight of Dragons Voiced by Alexandra Stoddart.
Princess Glory Gulliver's Travels Voiced by Jessica Dragonette.
Tuptim King and I, TheThe King and I Speaking voice by Armi Arabe, singing voice by Tracy Venner.
Princess Dayzie Little Insects" Voiced by Mia Sara.
Princess Camille Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland Voiced by Laura Mooney.
Nausicaä Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind A 1984 animated film by Hayao Miyazaki, based on his manga of the same name. Other princesses who appear in the film:
  • Princess Lastelle of Pejite
  • Princess Kushana of Tolmekia
Princess Arîte Princess Arete 2001 Japanese animated film. Voiced by Houko Kuwashima.
Princess Daria Princess and the Pea, TheThe Princess and the Pea Voiced by Amanda Waring.
Sara Rhubarb Penniless Princess, TheThe Penniless Princess 2012 VeggieTales retelling of A Little Princess.
Princess Irene Princess and the Goblin, TheThe Princess and the Goblin Voiced by Sally Ann Marsh.
San Princess Mononoke A girl raised by wolves. If not a princess in actuality, a princess by name (she is called "Princess Mononoke" by the neighboring village people). Voiced by Yuriko Ishida in the original Japanese and by Claire Danes in the English version.
Princess Lillifee Prinzessin Lillifee The titular character in the 2009 German animated film. Princess Lillifee is the fairy Princess who rules the kingdom of Pinkovia. Lillifee also appears in the 2011 sequel, Prinzessin Lillifee und das kleine Einhorn. Voiced by Maresa Sedlmeier.
Kayley Quest for Camelot While in actuality she is neither a princess by birth nor by marriage, Kayley holds an honorary title as a Knight of the Round Table. Speaking voice by Jessalyn Gilsig, singing voice by Andrea Corr.
Princess Zeila Rosa di Bagdad, LaLa Rosa di Bagdad Voiced by Julie Andrews.
Princess Malta Sea Prince and the Fire Child, TheThe Sea Prince and the Fire Child Voiced by Mami Koyama.
Princess Fiona Shrek Princess Fiona is initially portrayed as the archetypal princess from fairy tales, speaking formally in matters of courtship and presenting high expectations of how she is to be rescued, who is to rescue her, and so forth. She seems to give off an air of prissiness and even snobbery to a degree (however this is shown to be purely out of her concern for breaking her curse, which she is ashamed of). Later, Princess Fiona's true self emerges, as she is really a very down-to-earth and independent woman who is a match or even better than Shrek when it comes to farting, belching, and other bad habits. She is a loyal friend, and unlike princesses of fairy tales, an expert in hand-to-hand combat with knowledge of Japanese martial arts. She also has very bad manners (just like Shrek), since she is, for part of the time at first, an ogre. However, she is much more well-mannered when in front of her parents. Princess Fiona is voiced by Cameron Diaz.
Princess Snow Kaguya Sailor Moon S: The Movie 1994 Japanese animated film adapted from a side story of the Sailor Moon manga series, The Lover of Princess Kaguya, which is based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale "The Snow Queen". The name "Princess Kaguya" comes from the Japanese legend The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. Voiced by Eiko Masuyama in the Japanese version and by Linda Ballantyne in the English version.
The Princess Snow Queen, TheThe Snow Queen 1957 Soviet film based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the same name. Voiced by Tatiana Linnik.
Princess Snow Queen, TheThe Snow Queen 1995 British film based loosely on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the same name. Voiced by Scarlett Strallen.
The Princess Snow Queen, TheThe Snow Queen 2012 Russian 3D-animated film based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the same name.
Princess Mindy SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, TheThe SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Voiced by Scarlett Johansson.
Princess Odette Swan Princess, TheThe Swan Princess Speaking voice by Michelle Nicastro, singing voice by Liz Callaway.
Princess Pea Tale of Despereaux, TheThe Tale of Despereaux Film based on Kate DiCamillo's 2004 Newbery Medal-winning novel of the same name. Voiced by Emma Watson.
Princess Yum-Yum Thief and the Cobbler, TheThe Thief and the Cobbler
(The Princess and the Cobbler)
Voiced, in the original version, by Hilary Pritchard. In the Miramax version, she is voiced by Jennifer Beals, in the Majestic Films version by Bobbi Page, and, in re-edited versions, Andrea Robinson provides Yum-Yum's singing voice.
Thumbelina Thumbelina Based on the classic fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen, perhaps one of the most well-known adaptations of Thumbelina is the 1994 animated film starring Jodi Benson as the voice of title character. Other adaptations include:
Marina Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas Voiced by Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Wealhþeow Beowulf Voiced by Robin Wright.
Asenath Joseph: King of Dreams Voiced by Jodi Benson.

Television[edit]

Live Action[edit]

Princess Series Title Notes
Princess Aouda Around the World in 80 Days 1989 NBC miniseries based on Jules Verne's novel of the same name. Portrayed by Julia Nickson.
Princess Multiwa/Archerina Chōriki Sentai Ohranger/Power Rangers Zeo Voiced by Miho Yamada.
Alexandra "Alex" Wilson Elephant Princess, TheThe Elephant Princess Princess of Manjipoor. Portrayed by Emily Robins.
"Prince" Igam Hikari Sentai Maskman Prince (Princess) Igam, Princess Ial. Major villain revealed to be a woman. Portrayed by Mina Asami.
Princess Jarmin Kousoku Sentai Turboranger Demon Princess. Portrayed by Kanako Kishi.
Mei Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger Princess of the Risha tribe. Portrayed by Reiko Chiba.
Princess Corah of Caddock Legend of the Seeker Season 1, Episode 19: "Cursed"

Corah is first introduced as the daughter of King Gregor of Caddock. She later becomes Queen of Caddock. Portrayed by Beatrice Joblin.

Princess Loralyn of Thryce Legend of the Seeker Season 2, Episode 13: "Princess"
Queen Milena of Tamarang Legend of the Seeker Previously Princess Milena of Tamarang. Character in the TV series adaptation of Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series. Portrayed by Geraldine Brophy; 1 Episode (1.9): "Puppeteer".[73]
Princess Violet of Tamarang Legend of the Seeker Character in the TV series adaptation of Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series. Portrayed by Maisy McLeod-Riera, daughter of New Zealand actress Sarah McLeod; 1 Episode (1.9): "Puppeteer".
Sara Crewe Little Princess, AA Little Princess Multiple television adaptations of Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel have been made. Some notable examples include:
Princess Elena Merlin The daughter of Lord Godwyn. Portrayed by Georgia King; 1 Episode: "The Changeling" (2010).
Princess Mithian Merlin Princess of Nemeth and daughter of King Rodor. Portrayed by Janet Montgomery; 2 Episodes: "The Hunter's Heart" (2011) and "Another's Sorrow" (2012).
Lady Morgana Pendragon Merlin Lady Morgana is introduced as the ward of Uther Pendragon, and is later revealed to be Uther's daughter through a tryst with Morgana's mother while her father, Gorlois, was away.

While in Arthurian legend the character of Morgan LeFay, on whom Lady Morgana is based, is commonly depicted as the half-sister of Arthur through their mother, Igraine, in the Merlin television series they are related through Uther.

She is portrayed by Katie McGrath.

Lady Vivian Merlin Daughter of King Olaf. Portrayed by Georgia Moffett; 1 Episode (2.10): "Sweet Dreams" (2010).
Princess Deirdre Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog Mystic Knight of Air. Portrayed by Lisa Dwan.
Princess Abigail/Kathryn Nolan Once Upon A Time Daughter of King Midas in the fairy tale world. Portrayed by Anastasia Griffith.
Princess Aurora Once Upon A Time Portrayed by Sarah Bolger.
Cora Mills Once Upon A Time The Queen of Hearts and the mother of Regina Mills and Zelena/The Wicked Witch of the West. Born a miller's daughter, she becomes a princess when she marries Prince Henry, the son of King Xavier. The older Cora is portrayed by Barbara Hershey, the younger by Rose McGowan.
Queen Eva Once Upon A Time Previously Princess Eva. First wife of King Leopold and Snow White's mother. Portrayed by Eva Bourne (credited as Eva Allan) as a young princess and by Rena Sofer as an adult.
Rapunzel Once Upon a Time Portrayed by Alexandra Metz.[74]
Regina Mills Once Upon A Time Also known as The Evil Queen, she is daughter of Cora and Prince Henry. She later becomes Queen as the second wife of King Leopold; step-mother of Snow White. Portrayed by Lana Parrilla.
Snow White/Mary Margaret Blanchard Once Upon A Time Daughter of King Leopold and Queen Eva, wife of Prince "Charming" David in the fairy tale world. Mother of Emma Swan. Portrayed by Ginnifer Goodwin as an adult, and by Bailee Madison as a child.
  • Her daughter Emma should be a princess, but since she was brought up in our world, she is technically not.
Evil Spirit Princess Venus Rescue Sentai GoGoFive Portrayed by Kaya Hirasawa.
Zhao Jiayi Weaver on the Horizon, AA Weaver on the Horizon Orphaned daughter of the late Emperor Lizong of Song, niece and ward of Wang Gang, Emperor Duzong of Song. Known as Princess Jiayi. Portrayed by Cecilia Liu.
Xena Xena: Warrior Princess Xena is the protagonist of the story, and the series depicts her quest to seek redemption for her past sins as a ruthless warlord by using her formidable fighting skills to help people. Xena was raised as the daughter of Cyrene and Atrius in Amphipolis.

Animated and Anime[edit]

Princess Series Title Notes
Princess Bubblegum Adventure Time While Princess Bubblegum is the most prominent princess in the princess laden Adventure Time comics and television show, there are many others:
  • Breakfast Princess
  • Cotton Candy Princess
  • Dr. Princess
  • Emerald Princess
  • Engagement Ring Princess
  • Flame Princess
  • Ghost Princess
  • Hot Dog Princess
  • Lumpy Space Princess
  • Purple Princess
  • Raggedy Princess
  • Slime Princess
  • Turtle Princess
  • Wildberry Princess
Marceline the Vampire Queen Adventure Time Princess Marceline is the self-proclaimed "Vampire Queen", however she is also the daughter of the still living Ruler of Nightosphere.
Dot Warner Animaniacs "Princess Angelina Contessa Louisa Francesca Banana Fanna Bo Besca the Third".
Princess Romy Around the World with Willy Fog Spanish cartoon adaptation of Jules Verne's novel Around the World in Eighty Days.
Princess Yue Avatar: The Last Airbender She was the Princess of the Northern Water Tribe who was given life by the moon spirit, only to give it back when the moon spirit was killed in its fish form.
Princess Azula Avatar: The Last Airbender She was the Princess of the Fire Nation. Also of note is her mother, Princess Ursa, who appears in several flashbacks.
Forever Princess Judith Ben 10 A female knight and a princess works for the Forever Knights. Voiced by Jodi Benson.
Princess Loretta Big Knights, TheThe Big Knights Voiced by Scarlett Strallen.
Princess Lucy Big Knights, TheThe Big Knights Voiced by Summer Strallen.
Mira Nova Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Star Command Space Ranger. Princess and heir to the throne of the planet Tangea. Voiced by Nicole Sullivan.
Princess Lana Captain N: The Game Master Regent of Videoland; daughter of the banished King George and sister of Prince Lyle. Voiced by Venus Terzo.

Both Princess Zelda and Link from The Legend of Zelda series make appearances in the game.

Princess Eri Chinpui Voiced by Megumi Hayashibara.
Nunnally vi Britannia Code Geass
Cornelia li Britannia Code Geass Second Princess of the Holy Britannian Empire and Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Army. Voiced by: Junko Minagawa (Japanese), Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (English).
Euphemia li Britannia Code Geass Third Princess of the Holy Britannian Empire. Voiced by: Omi Minami (Japanese), Michelle Ruff (English).
Jiang Lihua (Tianzi) Code Geass Young Empress of the Chinese Federation, though she is sometimes referred to as a "puppet princess". Voiced by: Tamaki Matsumoto (Japanese), Jessica Straus (English).
Lafiel Crest of the Stars
Anelle Fantastic Four,
The Super Hero Squad Show
A Skrull princess; the animated version of the Marvel Comics character.
Fine Fushigiboshi no Futagohime She is one of the twin princesses of The Sunny Kingdom.
Rein Fushigiboshi no Futagohime She is one of the twin princesses of The Sunny Kingdom.
Princess Elena Gargoyles
Princess Katharine Gargoyles Granddaughter of Malcolm I of Scotland by his son, Prince Malcolm, and the Norman Princess Elena.
Kaguya InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass Kaguya, Princess of the Heavens. Moon Princess character in this second film of the InuYasha film series.
The Pirate Princess Jake and the Never Land Pirates Speaking voice by Tori Spelling, singing voice by Laura Dickinson.
Aleta Legend of Prince Valiant, TheThe Legend of Prince Valiant Princess, and later Queen, of the Misty Isles; daughter of King Hugo. Voiced by Paige O'Hara.
Snow White Legend of Snow White, TheThe Legend of Snow White Daughter of King Conrad and Queen Isabelle of the Emerald Valley. Italian-Japanese anime series. Voiced by Yuri Amano.
Ariel Little Mermaid, TheThe Little Mermaid Ariel has a very distinctive appearance, with her long, flowing red hair, blue eyes, green tail and a lavender seashell bikini top. In the films and television series, she is the youngest daughter of King Triton and Queen Athena.[65][66] She is often rebellious, and in the first film longs to be a part of the human world. She marries Prince Eric, whom she rescued from a shipwreck, and together they have a daughter, Melody.[67]

Some of her sisters appear occasionally throughout the television series, most notably Arista, whom Ariel often quarrels with.

  • Attina
  • Alana
  • Adella
  • Aquata
  • Arista
  • Andrina
Kaolla Su Love Hina She is the Princess of Molmol.
Princess Emeraude Magic Knight Rayearth She is the current pillar and the Princess of Cephiro; elder sister of Prince Ferio. There is also a video game based on the anime.
Minky Momo Mahou Princess Minky Momo Voiced by Koyama Mami, Rebecca Forstadt, Megumi Hayashibara.
Ruri Hoshino Martian Successor Nadesico Voiced by Omi Minami
Cagalli Yula Athha Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Voiced by Naomi Shindo
Princess Celestia My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic She is the Princess of the Day. She raises the Sun every morning in the land of Equestria.
Princess Luna My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic She is the Princess of the Night. She raises the Moon every evening in the land of Equestria.
Princess Twilight Sparkle My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic She is the Princess of Friendship. She conjured up the first "new" magic in the history of Equestria.
Princess Cadance My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic She is the Princess of Love and is Princess Celestia's adopted niece. She was originally a pegasus.
Boa Hancock One Piece Known to her subjects as the "Snake Princess".
Nefertari Vivi One Piece Princess of the Alabasta Kingdom. Also known as "Princess Vivi" in the English version.
Princess Gwenevere Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders
Princess Sisi Princess Sisi Voiced by Terri Hawkes.
Princess Adora She-Ra: Princess of Power She is the princess of Eternia and the twin sister of He-Man.
Saori Athena Saint Seiya Voiced by Keiko Han, Fumiko Orikasa, Ayan Hirano, Allison Sumrall.
Shurei Hong Story of Saiunkoku, TheThe Story of Saiunkoku She is the daughter of the Hong clan.
Amelia Slayers She is the Princess of Seyruun and the youngest daughter of Prince Philionel.
Naga the White Serpant Slayers She is the older sister of Amelia and the oldest daughter of Prince Philionel.
Ayeka Masaki Jurai Tenchi Muyo She is the First Princess of Jurai.
Sasami Masaki Jurai Tenchi Muyo She is the Second Princess of Jurai and Ayeka's younger sister.
Sakura Tsubasa Chronicle the Movie: The Princess of the Country of Birdcages Voiced by Yui Makino.
Princess Tomoyo Tsubasa Chronicle the Movie: The Princess of the Country of Birdcages Voiced by Maaya Sakamoto.
Princess Shalala Time Travel Tondekeman Voiced by Rei Sakuma.
Lum Invader Urusei Yatsura Voiced by Fumi Hirano.
Miyu Vampire Princess Miyu
Members of the Winx Club Winx Club
  • Aisha, the Princess of Andros and the fairy of waves.
  • Amentia, the Princess of Downland.
  • Bloom, the Princess of Sparks who is a fairy with the power of 'the dragon flame'.
  • Daphne, the Nymph of Sparks and Bloom's older sister.
  • Diaspro, a princess from Eraklyon and Prince Skye's former fiancée
  • Galatea, the Princess of Melody.
  • Krystal, the Princess of Linphea.
  • Roxy, the Princess of the Earth fairies and the fairy of animals
  • Stella, the Princess of Solaria and the fairy of the sun and the moon.
  • Tressa, the mermaid princess of the Oceans of Andros and Aisha's cousin
Princess Allura (Princess Fala) Voltron Voiced by B.J. Ward in the '80s and '90s series, Ashleigh Ball in the 2011 series

Radio[edit]

Princess Series Title Notes
Princess Theresa of Liechtenstein Cabin Pressure Eldest sister of the King of Liechtenstein (a title which does not exist in real life), and love interest of pilot Martin Crieff.

Comics and Manga[edit]

Princess Comic Title Notes
Princess Diana of Themyscira ("Wonder Woman") DC Comics Wonder Woman is a warrior Princess of the Amazons. Known in her homeland as "Diana of Themyscira", her powers include superhuman strength, flight, super-speed, super-stamina, and super-agility. She is highly proficient in hand-to-hand combat and in the art of tactical warfare. She also possesses animal-like cunning skills and a natural rapport with animals, which has been presented as an actual ability to communicate with the animal kingdom. She uses her Lasso of Truth, which forces those bound by it to tell the truth, a pair of indestructible bracelets, a tiara which serves as a projectile, and, in some stories, an invisible airplane.
Ororo Munroe ("Storm") Marvel Comics The daughter of an African tribal princess, N'Dare, and American photojournalist David Munroe. After she is recruited by Charles Xavier (Professor X) to join the X-Men, she receives the codename Storm.
Starfire DC Comics Princess Koriand'r of Tamaran, a planet in the fictional Vegan system.
Blackfire DC Comics Komand'r, or "Blackfire", Starfire's villainous older sister.
Princess Amethyst DC Comics She is the princess of Gemworld.
Makina Hoshimura Corpse Princess
Nefertari Vivi One Piece
Nausicaä (Shimamoto) Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind Princess of the Valley of the Wind. Named for the Princess Nausicaa in Homer's Odyssey, the daughter of King Alcinous and Queen Arete of Phaeacia, who helps Odysseus when he becomes shipwrecked on the island of Scheria.
Sailor Princesses Sailor Moon Sailor Princesses:
  • Usagi Tsukino (Tsukino Usagi, "Serena") - Princess Serenity/Serena
    • Chibiusa (Tsukino Chibiusa, "Rini"), Sailor Chibi Moon - Princess Usagi "Small Lady" Serenity
  • Ami Mizuno (Mizuno Ami, "Amy"), Sailor Mercury
  • Rei Hino (Hino Rei, "Raye"), Sailor Mars
  • Makoto Kino (Kino Makoto, "Lita"), Sailor Jupiter
  • Minako Aino (Aino Minako, "Mina), Sailor Venus
  • Setsuna Meioh (Meiō Setsuna, "Trista), Sailor Pluto
  • Haruka Tenoh (Ten'ō Haruka, "Amara), Sailor Uranus
  • Michiru Kaioh (Kaiō Michiru, "Michelle), Sailor Neptune
  • Hotaru Tomoe (Tomoe Hotaru, "Hotaru"), Sailor Saturn

There is also the princess of a fictional planet outside the solar system, Kinmoku, Princess Kakyuu.

Princess Kaguya Sailor Moon Character from a side story of the Sailor Moon manga series, The Lover of Princess Kaguya, which is based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale "The Snow Queen". The name "Princess Kaguya" comes from the Japanese legend The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter.
Princess Aura Flash Gordon
Anelle Marvel Comics A Skrull princess, daughter of Emperor Dorrek VII and Empress R´Klll.
Sakura Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle
Kilala Reno Kilala Princess
Princess Adrienne PrinceLess[75] Written by Shawn Gabborin, Jeremy Whitley, M. Goodwin, Jung-Ha Kim, and D.E. Belton.

Video Games[edit]

Princess Game System(s) Note
Princess Lana Castlevania series Various
Princess Daphne Dragon's Lair games Arcade
Morrigan Aensland Darkstalkers
Tsarevna Alena of Zamoksva Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen
Princess Gutrune Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City Nintendo DS The Deep Princess.
The Princess (The Heroine) Fable III The player my choose to control either a female character (The Princess/The Heroine), voiced by Mischa Goodman, or a male character (The Prince/The Hero), voiced by Louis Tamone.
Princess Aire Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light Nintendo DS
Princess Ashe Final Fantasy XII PS2 Princess of Dalmasca.
Yuffie Kisaragi Final Fantasy VII PS2 Female ninja princess and daughter of the Lord of Wutai.[76]
Guinivere Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade GBA Princess of Bern, daughter of King Desmond and Queen Hellene; younger sister of King Zephiel.
Sue Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade GBA Princess of the Kutolah.
Hellene Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade GBA A princess from Etruria. Later Queen of Bern as the wife of King Desmond and the mother of King Zephiel and Princess Guinivere.
Princesses of Heart Kingdom Hearts
Princess Zelda Legend of Zelda, TheThe Legend of Zelda series In most of the games, Zelda has blonde hair, dark blue eyes, and a slight frame, and wears a pink and white kirtle with pink dress shoes, but in Twilight Princess she is a tall and pale girl with auburn hair, blue-gray eyes, and has a more womanly figure, and wears a purple and white kirtle with brown knee-high boots. She is associated with the goddess Nayru and the Triforce of Wisdom.
Princess Hilda Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, TheThe Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 3DS Ruler of Lorule.
Princess Ruto Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, TheThe Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Princess of the Zoras and only child of King Zora. Voiced by Jun Mizusawa. Also appears in Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D.
Princess Midna Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, TheThe Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Appearing in Twilight Princess, she has two forms: one human like, and the other imp-like. Some theorize a romance between Link and Midna.
Kitana Mortal Kombat Arcade She is the Princess of Edenia.
Princess Farah Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Various Also appears in Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones. She is the daughter of the Maharajah of India. Voiced by Joanna Wasick and Helen King.
Princess Tomato Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom
Princess Elise Sonic the Hedgehog Voiced by Lacey Chabert.
Princess Blaze the Cat There is some controversy over her back story, as it changes depending on the video game.
Hildegard von Krone Soulcalibur IV PS3
Xbox 360
Better known as "Hilde". She is voiced by Julie Ann Taylor (English version) and Yūko Kaida (Japanese version).
Princess Peach Super Mario Bros. NES Also known as the duchess of video game princesses, Princess Peach is the most well-known of all video game princesses and has the most notable appearance of the bunch. In most games, the Princess sports long thick blonde locks, a golden crown dazzled by rubies and sapphires, upper-elbow length gloves, pink lipstick, blue eyes and of course her most notable long pink dress finished with two deep pink panniers at her waist, used to accent the dress' frame and of course her hot pink pumps.
Rosalina Super Mario Galaxy Wii
Princess Daisy Super Mario Land Nintendo GB Ruler of Sarasaland.
Natalia Luzu Kimlasca-Lanvaldear Tales of the Abyss Princess of Kimlasca-Lanvaldear, though not by birth. Natalia was taken to replace the stillborn Kimlascan princess. She is the biological daughter of Largo the Black Lion and Sylvia, the midwife's daughter. Fiancée of Luke fon Fabre, the game's main protagonist.
Kaguya Houraisan Touhou Project Windows Essentially Kaguya-hime from The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. However, in this version of events it explains that she never returned to the moon, instead going into hiding on earth.
Yuyuko Saigyouji Touhou Project Windows The ghost princess of Hakugyokurou, part of the Netherworld
Kotohime Touhou Project Windows
Princess Sakuya Ōkami Wood sprite and guardian of Kamiki Village.

Web[edit]

Princess Origin Notes
Princess Ai No Miko AQWorlds Princess of Yokai Island. Also known as "Princess Miko".
Princess Brittany AQWorlds Princess Royal of Swordhaven, eldest daughter of King Alteon and heir to the throne of Swordhaven. Wife of Lord Brentan, Guardian of the Neverglades.
Princess Victoria AQWorlds Rebellious second daughter of King Alteon. Better known (though unbeknownst to her overprotective father) as "Robina the Hood".
Princess Tara AQWorlds Youngest daughter of King Alteon.
Princess Nemi[77] Glorianna Fantasy/sci-fi webcomic created by J. Kevin Carrier.

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