Top 10 Forgotten Disney Princesses Who Should Totally Be Your Favorites

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We’ve already known what Disney princesses would look like if they aged.

More precisely, we just what official Disney princesses would look like if they aged.

There are, surprisingly, many Disney Princesses, let alone heroines who are normally forgotten, and they have great qualities which should make them one of the favorites. 

10.Maid Marian (Robin Hood)

"Princess" is a rather fuzzy term for Disney. Just look at official Disney princess Mulan, who has no family connection to royalty whatsoever. 

Maid Marian isn't the daughter of a King or other powerful figure, but she's a king's niece and that's close enough. 

Also, she's a fox (literally) and the king's a lion. Try not to think about it too hard. 

Maid Marian wears more clothes than most of her fellow animal princesses. But a fox head on a Barbie doll is a creepy prospect that keeps her from going to the big leagues.

9. Princess Giselle (Enchanted)

Giselle is the only Disney princess to start out as an animated character and then transition over to live action in her movie. 

'Enchanted' parodies many of the Disney princess tropes and Giselle herself is as sweet, kind and naive as Cinderella, Snow White and the rest. 

Giselle almost ended up being an official Disney princess. But her most unique quality turned out to be her downfall -- making Giselle part of the Disney princess brand would require securing lifelong likeness rights from actress Amy Adams. 

Animated Disney princesses never have such problems.

8. Princess Atta and Princess Dot (A Bug's Life)

If Merida counts as a Disney princess, so should the two daughters of the ant queen from Pixar's 'A Bug's Life.' 

Dot is adorable, plucky and as close to a real little girl as an ant can get. Atta is her older sister, a soon-to-be-queen who actually has some royal responsibilities, a rare thing for a Disney princess. 

Neither of them are fashion plates, but they're both strong characters capable of holding their own against a hoard of grasshoppers.

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