Disney Princesses Coloring Pages
If you think only girls love Disney Princesses, you're dead wrong. Trust me, there are lots of boys and grown up men out there who actually idolize many Disney Princesses. I once run across this Facebook post where a father took a picture with his son who dressed like Princess Elsa of Frozen in Halloween. Then, I came to know that there is actually a Disney Princess channel in Youtube created by a grown up men. The said channel focuses on discussing the various Disney Princesses. Heck, even I love some of them Disney Princesses. My favorite is Mulan, Pocahontas, and of course the duo Frozen, Elsa and Anna. Rapunzel is not bad at all. She's funny and cute and she befriends anyone despite their sometimes outrageous outlook.
Anyway, if you've been looking for some Disney Princess coloring pages, you'll be glad that you found this post. I've compiled quite a few Disney Princesses coloring pages that you can print for absolutely free. Most of the princesses are of Disney classic animation such as Cinderella, Aurora, Snow White, Belle, Jasmine, and the little mermaid Ariel. If you wish to get the printable images of the more recent Disney Princesses, you may look at the archives of coloring pages on the Disney category. I've made several post of them such as Pocahontas, Mulan, Rapunzel, and Frozen. In order to print these Disney Princess coloring pages, all you need is click on one of the following thumbnails. But keep in mind that they're free for personal and educational purpose only. Have fun!
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Disney Princesses Coloring Pages
Fun Facts about Disney Princesses
- While there are many princesses in Disney movies, Disney itself only recognizes some of them in its official Disney Princesses official lineup, which includes: Snow White, Mulan, Aurora, Belle, Tiana, Rapunzel, Ariel, Cinderella, Jasmine, Pocahontas, and Merida. There are rumors that Anna and Elsa from Frozen will be inducted into the official lineup soon.
- Merida has a total of 22 different costumes (dresses, a cloak, quiver, head wrap, and necklaces). If you don't know Merida, she's the viking princess that becomes the main character in the animated movie "Brave"
- Christopher Daniel Barnes was only 16 years old when he recorded his voice for Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid. The producers felt his voice sounded much older than he really was.
- Disney princesses occasionally prank each other. "One time in the break room I saw Cinderella & Snow White fit comfortably under Tiana's dress & when Belle came around the corner they popped out & scared her."
- When The Little Mermaid was released in 1989, Ariel became the first Disney princess in 30 years. The last princess before that was Aurora from Sleeping Beauty, which was released in 1959. It was about time for a sassy, red-headed princess!
- In an early version of the story, Pocahontas’ mother was embodied by a star. The star helped Pocahontas find her path to John Smith. Filmmakers eventually integrated the spirit of her mother into the swirling wind.
- Mulan’s name means “wood orchid” or “magnolia.” As such, magnolias serve as a running motif in the movie.
- Pocahontas was actually not the first Native American princess in a Disney movie. Although she is the only one to be featured on the official Disney Princess lineup, Tiger Lily from Peter Pan was actually the first.
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