Ariel appears as an adult in Return to the Sea and gives birth to a daughter named Melody, becoming the first, and currently, only, Disney princess to become a mother. Ariel is protective of her daughter, as Triton was of Ariel in the first film.
Yes, they did. The only Disney Princess to have a child within their movie franchise is Ariel, who becomes a mom to daughter Melody in “The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea”. The other Disney Princesses only have children in the “Descendants” series of TV Movies, including: Cinderella's son Chad Charming.
You may not have realized the missing mom factor though, because the latest Disney princesses—Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, and Merida—all have mothers. Sure, Mr. Disney isn't around to see them, but we're sure he would have been proud! Did you notice the missing moms in the early Disney movies?
Aurora, also known as Sleeping Beauty or Briar Rose, is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Productions' 16th animated feature film Sleeping Beauty (1959). Originally voiced by singer Mary Costa, Aurora is the only child of King Stefan and Queen Leah.
Cinderella & her step-sisters, Anastasia and Drizella
It's possible that after many years pass, the three sisters could be each other's bridesmaids and doting aunts to each other's children. Ariel & all her sisters (Can you remember all of their names? Answers below!)
As such, Elsa's position as Disney's first disabled princess becomes even more important since her film is garnering more attention than any Disney film ever made including golden-age classics like The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast.
So far, only four of the Disney Princesses aren't born into royalty: Cinderella, Belle, Mulan and Tiana. Mulan's the only one of the who doesn't become a princess by marriage either, as Cinderella, Belle and Tiana all end up marrying princes.
Ariel from The Little Mermaid, Jasmine from Aladdin, Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and even Elsa and Anna from Frozen all have one thing common: They are motherless.
In the past, Rapunzel had two daughters, Anastasia and Drizella, and made a deal with Mother Gothel to be locked in a tower in exchange for the safety of her family. Six years later, Rapunzel frees herself and when she returns to her family, she discovers she has gained a stepdaughter named Ella.
Pocahontas was the first Disney Princess to have a visible tattoo!
She is often rebellious, and in the first film, she 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.
Though Princess Ariel may be the most famous, The Little Mermaid's King Triton has seven daughters – one for each of the seven seas, of course! In Disney's 1989 animated The Little Mermaid starring Jodi Benson, King Triton and Queen Athena had seven daughters with names all starting with the letter A.
Snow White is only 14 years old, making her the youngest. Jasmine, who is supposed to be 15, is the second youngest. Cinderella and Tiana are the oldest, both 19 years old.
Being a descendant of both King Triton and Ariel, Arabella has the following abilities: Sea Magic: Being a mermaid, Arabella has slight wave manipulation and can breathe underwater. Mermaid Transformation: Arabella can transform into a green-tailed mermaid when underwater.
Snow White is the typical, beautiful, gentle and innocent princess. The only thing she does in the movie is clean the house for seven guys and get saved by another one.
In Disney's nearly 100-year history, there has been only one Black Disney princess — Princess Tiana in “The Princess and the Frog,” a 2009 animated feature starring Anika Noni Rose. The singer Brandy starred in a 1997 made-for-TV film version of “Cinderella,” a remake of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
Snow White is the pioneer of the Disney Princess, and she is probably the most memorable. She embodies everything you think of when you think of a princess: pure innocence, beauty, kindness and grace. This is why she is number one on our list.
Anna's parents rush her to the sacred realm, where discussions with the trolls reveal that Elsa was born with her powers/ depigmentation and deafness, rather than them being due to illness or accident. Grand Pabbie troll heals Anna but removes her memories of Elsa's magic.
Snow White can be classified as having Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The Princess meets all eight of the criteria listed in the DSM-V to diagnose PTSD (See Appendix A). First, she directly experiences a traumatic event relating to a near death experience (Criterion A1).
Merida, a princess of the mystical Scottish highlands, has not only the archery skills of Katniss Everdeen in "The Hunger Games" but the parent-stopping pout of Bella Swan in "Twilight." She sulks with a brogue -- "Ach, Mom!" -- but her eye-rolling and tantrum-throwing are universal.
Pocahontas is the prettiest princess in Disney. Her dark complexion, long black hair, goddess-like figure, and irresistible dark brown eyes truly depict natural beauty.
Merida Crowned as the Eleventh Disney Princess at Magic Kingdom Park. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new official Disney Princess!
Raya is the titular protagonist of the full length animated feature film Raya and the Last Dragon produced by Walt Disney Pictures. She is the thirteenth official Disney Princess.