40 Things You NEVER Knew About Your Favorite Disney Princesses

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You most likely grew up watching the classic Disney movies with princesses you would pretend to be while wearing a costume from Toys’R Us as you danced around the house. Maybe that was last week for you no judgement…you do you but most likely it’s a cherished childhood memory.

But did you know those girls were holding out on you? How old is Snow White really? And what size shoe did Cinderella wear? Exactly.

You don’t know all their secrets, until now…


Belle is the only person in her town who wears blue.

This was done to show that she was an outsider among the townspeople.

But if you pay attention, you’ll see that The Beast is later wearing blue, and he has blue eyes, soit was basically meant to be if you’re into hairy guys.

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Beyonc almost voiced Princess Tiana.

Apparently she wasn’t Irreplaceable though, because herDreamgirls castmate Anika Noni Rose got the gig after Queen B didn’t think she should have to audition.

Hey, fair is fair.

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Sleeping Beauty‘s Aurora is the only princess who has violet eyes.

Nope, definitely not hazel.

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Cinderella loses her shoe not once, not twice, but three different times throughout the film.

First, when she is delivering breakfast to her stepsisters and stepmother, second, when she is fleeing the prince’s castle at midnight, and finally, as she runs down the stairs at her wedding.

Crazy thought: Maybe get shoes that aren’t slip-ons.

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But Snow White? She was only 14 years old.

via: FanPop

Nope, nothing weird about a girl shacking up with seven strange men. Nothing weird at all…

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Mulan is based on a legendary Chinese female warrior.

In the original story of Hua Mulan, she fools the troops until the end of the war and doesn’t reveal she is a woman until after it is over.

But, unlike Pocahontas, there isn’t solid proof of her actual existence.

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