List Of amazing Facts About Disney Princesses :-
50-The Disney Princesses franchise has generated over $15 billion in retail sales globally.
49-Snow White, Cinderella, and Belle are the most popular Disney Princesses and are often referred to as the “Classic Disney Princesses.”
48-The Disney Princess franchise has expanded to include more diverse and contemporary characters, such as Tiana, Moana, and Rapunzel.
47-The Disney Princess franchise has inspired numerous knock-off franchises, including the DreamWorks Princesses and the Universal Princesses.
46-The Disney Princess franchise has been criticized for promoting gender stereotypes and reinforcing traditional gender roles.
45-The Disney Princess franchise has a strong presence in the Disney theme parks, with attractions such as Princess Fairytale Hall and Enchanted Tales with Belle.
44-The Disney Princesses franchise has also inspired live-action adaptations, including the 2015 film “Cinderella” and the 2017 film “Beauty and the Beast.”
43-Snow White’s voice actress, Adriana Caselotti, was paid only $970 for her role in the 1937 film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”
42-Mulan was the first Disney Princess to be a warrior, a trend that continued with Merida and Moana.
41-Ariel is the only Disney Princess to have had a major redesign, with her look being updated in the 2000s to reflect contemporary trends.
40-The Disney Princess franchise has a strong presence in the Disney Store, with numerous merchandise items and clothing collections available for fans.
39-The Disney Princesses franchise has inspired numerous parodies and spoofs, including the 2003 film “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement.”
38-The Disney Princess franchise has a strong presence on social media, with dedicated fan pages, memes, and artworks being shared widely.
37-Rapunzel’s hair in “Tangled” was the longest animated hair in a feature film at the time of its release.
36-Elsa is the first Disney Princess to have her own standalone film, with “Frozen” being a major box office success.
35-Cinderella is the only Disney Princess to have a sequel, with the 1950 film “Cinderella” being followed by the 2002 direct-to-video sequel “Cinderella II: Dreams Come True.”
34-The Disney Princesses franchise has been adapted for the stage, with musical adaptations of “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Little Mermaid,” and “Cinderella” being performed globally.
33-The Disney Princess franchise has a strong presence in the Disney Cruise Line, with special events, character meet-and-greets, and themed meals being offered on various sailings.
32-The Disney Princess franchise has inspired numerous merchandise collections, including jewelry, home goods, and collectibles.
31-The Disney Princess franchise continues to be a major franchise for Disney, with new merchandise and products being released regularly and a dedicated fanbase being maintained around the world.
30-The first Disney Princesses was Snow White, who made her debut in the 1937 film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”
29-Cinderella, the second Disney Princess, was introduced in the 1950 film “Cinderella.”
28-The Little Mermaid, Ariel, was the first Disney Princess to be a mermaid. She was introduced in the 1989 film “The Little Mermaid.”
27-Belle, the lead character in “Beauty and the Beast,” was the first Disney Princess to have a love interest who was not human.
26-Mulan, the only Disney Princess who is not of royal or noble birth, is a warrior and the main character in the 1998 film “Mulan.”
25-Tiana, the star of “The Princess and the Frog,” is the first Disney Princess to be of African American descent.
24-Rapunzel, the star of “Tangled,” has the longest hair of any Disney Princess.
23-Merida, the main character in “Brave,” is the first Disney Princess to be a warrior and the first to have a mother-daughter relationship as the central theme of the film.
22-Moana, the star of “Moana,” is the first Disney Princess to be of Polynesian descent.
21-Pocahontas is the first Disney Princess based on a real historical figure and is the lead character in the 1995 film “Pocahontas.”
20-Jasmine, the lead character in “Aladdin,” is the first Disney Princess to come from a Middle Eastern country.
19-Aurora, the star of “Sleeping Beauty,” has the fewest lines of dialogue of any Disney Princess.
18-Snow White has the distinction of being the first feature-length animated film ever produced.
17-Elsa, the lead character in “Frozen,” is the first Disney Princess to have ice powers.
16-Cinderella is the only Disney Princess to have a fairy godmother.
15-Princess and the Frog is the first Disney Princess film to feature an African American lead character.
14-Snow White is also the only Disney Princess to be depicted with a full face of freckles.
13-Ariel is the only Disney Princess to have a child, a daughter named Melody, who appears in the 2000 direct-to-video sequel “The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea.”
12-The Disney Princess franchise has inspired various merchandise, theme park attractions, and television shows, including the Disney Princess Palace Pets and the Disney Princess Enchanted Tales series.
11-The Disney Princesses franchise has a strong and dedicated fan base, with fans of all ages enjoying the films, merchandise, and theme park attractions.
10-Jasmine from “Aladdin” was the first Disney Princess to be of non-European descent, representing Middle Eastern culture and heritage.
9-“Tangled” was the first Disney Princess film to feature a lead male character, Flynn Rider.
8-Merida from “Brave” was the first Disney Princess to not have a love interest, instead focusing on her relationship with her mother and her own personal growth.
7-Pocahontas was the first Disney Princess to be based on a real historical figure, though the film took significant liberties with her story and character.
6-The Disney Princesses franchise has a strong presence in the Disney Channel, with numerous TV shows and specials being produced over the years.
5-Aurora from “Sleeping Beauty” was the first Disney Princess to be voiced by multiple actresses, with Mary Costa providing the speaking voice and Bill Shirley providing the singing voice.
5-The Disney Princesses franchise has inspired numerous cosplays, with fans dressing up as their favorite characters for conventions and other events.
3-“Frozen” was the first Disney Princess film to feature two lead female characters, with Anna and Elsa sharing equal screen time.
2-Belle from “Beauty and the Beast” was the first Disney Princess to have a love interest who was not a prince, with the Beast being a prince who was transformed into a beast.
1-The Disney Princesses franchise has inspired numerous fan fiction works, with fans writing their own stories, artwork, and videos based on the characters and their worlds.