Just How Many Disney Princesses Can You Even Meet at Disney?
First off, let me start by saying me and my family love all things Disney. Each and every trip we go, we are just in awe and amazed as we were the first time. It truly is one of the most fun and happiest places on Earth and we love every moment that we get to spend there. One of the biggest reasons that we love Disney if because of the princesses.
Disney does an AMAZING job at casting their princess roles. Each one seems to be perfectly selected for the role, and do a great job at staying in character. Not only are they trained to act and have the same mannerisms that the characters from the movie do, but they do an awesome job at it as well! Sometimes seeing them in real life seems like they literally did just step out of the movie!
My count shows that there are currently 14 different Disney princesses. And while the “final” number is not quite determined on exactly how many princesses one will see at Disney, I do know that there are ones that you will be able to see there on a consistent basis.
And of course, don’t miss out on Cinderella! She’s a huge star of the Disney World show!
Other fan favorites include Snow White, Tiana, Ariel, and Belle. They are all so magical and beautiful that it’s hard to pick just one! But in all reality, who says that you have to?
The beautiful part about tracking down and seeing all the Princesses that you can when visiting Disney is that they are fun to try to find! Think of it as a real-world hide and seek. And you and your family can even take it up a notch and make a game out of it. See who can spot the princesses first and mark them off the family “must-see” list. Sounds like a super fun way to spot as many of them as you can!
The next time that you are planning a trip to Disney, make a list of all the Princesses and really zone in on the ones that you and your family want to see. If that answer is “all” of them, then you know that you’re going to have your work cut out for you! It may take a while to see them all, but it’s possible!