Every girl grows up watching the Disney Classic movies and fantasising about them. Many of them even wore the costumes of their favourite princesses on their birthday bash and danced all around the house. Some even do so as adults, keeping judgements aside. However, the memories are worth cherishing forever.
Although, did you know all that these girls were holding out? Did Snow White really reveal her age? did Cinderella say what her shoe size really was? Exactly!!!
So, here are all the secrets revealed. Hold tight because you are going to be super shocked!
The ice palace and its mood swings!
The ice palace changes colour according to her mood. It turns blue when she is happy, red when she is scared. Yellow at the moment of anger and purple during sadness. Maybe it will look like a disco ball, when she is super moody.
Princess and Villain duet
Anna is the only Disney princess who sang a duet with a villain. Moreover, bad guys really don’t want to sing songs with people they’ll trash later. But Hans apparently was.
“Part of Your World” was almost edited and cut from the movie Little Mermaid.
Merida is the only princess without an American accent.
Sleeping beauty has the least lines compared to any princess in the movie. Just eighteen altogether!! Well, she slept through most of the movie, so it makes sense.
Belle was the only person in her entire town who wore the colour blue. It was to specify that she did not blend in.
Debated in real life!
Her dress’s colour turned out to be a real life debate. Apparently the studio had a disagreement and they had their own conflict of what colour the dress should be. Before it even turned into a game.
Favourite animation piece!
This was their most favourite work. Makes it obvious that she was their favourite princess ever!
Belle is the only princess with hazel eyes.
On the other hand, Aurora is the only one with violet eyes.
Walt Disney’s Favourite Princess!
Upon recalling the good old days of Cinderella, IIlene Woods stated that Cinderella was Walt’s favourite heroine. She heard him say that as well!
Walt stated, “You’re my favourite heroine, you know.” She said, “You mean Cinderella?” “Yes,” he said, “there’s something about that story I associate with.”