The Maggie-A-Day project has reached last year’s trip to Disney World, and while there, Maggie ranked the Disney Princesses (well, some of them) into three tiers.
Today, I share her views with you.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. Topp is proud to present…
Maggie Rose’s Authoritative Ranking of the Disney Princesses:
Worse than breakfast
The least interesting of the Disney princesses are less interesting than breakfast.
In last place amongst princesses is Sleeping Beauty. This is perhaps not surprising, as the lady here is famous for little other than taking long naps. Maggie is more interested in some sort of croissant thing.
She looks into the camera, decidedly unimpressed by Princess Sleepy.
Coming in slightly ahead of Sleeping Beauty is the Little Mermaid.
Still not as interesting as the croissant, but at least Maggie seems happy about things. Probably unimpressed that she wanted to change who she was in order to impress a boy.
Worse than magic
We move now to princesses who are more interesting than food.
Here we see Maggie with Jasmine from Aladdin. Like the earlier princesses, Maggie considers her to be secondary to something else — in this case, a magic wand.
Unsurprising. In the movies, after all, Jasmine seems secondary to a magic genie. Are we really so surprised that she cannot measure up to a magic wand?
Love and Awe
Not all princesses are ignored in favour of food and magic however.
Occupying the top spot in Maggie’s leaderboard are Cinderella and Snow White.
Hugging princesses? Seeming out of her mind happy and shocked that Snow White has come along and sat beside her?
Oh yes, this is a girl who is quite happy to be happy for the right princess.
But which is number one?
It’s too close to call, in my books, but I’m tempted to give a slight edge to Snow White, given the size of the smile.
And what does Maggie say? Cinderella. I like Cinderella the best.
Shows what I know.