Get to know all of the disney princes so you’ll be ready to meet them on your trip to disney world!
Disney Princes can be hard to keep up with, so we’ve made a list of their names and given you some fun facts about each one, too!
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And although they may not garner the same amount of attention, the Disney Princes are well-loved heroes that will get their share of the limelight today.
Who are the Disney Princes: The Complete List of Names
Here is the complete list of the 10 official Disney Princes in chronological order, along with the film they appeared in.
- Prince Florian/Ferdinand – Snow White
- Prince Charming – Cinderella
- Prince Philip – Sleeping Beauty
- Prince Eric – The Little Mermaid
- Prince Adam (The Beast) – Beauty and the Beast
- Aladdin (Prince Ali Ababwa) – Aladdin
- John Smith – Pocahontas
- Li Shang – Mulan
- Prince Naveen – Princess and the Frog
- Prince Eugene Fitzherbert (Flynn Ryder) – Tangled
Now that you have the list, read on to learn more about these fellows, including where to meet them in the parks!
We also have a list below of some characters who didn’t make the list because they aren’t considered Disney Princes, but are still fan favorites.
Disney Princes List – Everything You Need to Know
Now, on to the official list of Disney Princes names, along with some fun facts to help you know who each one is.
1. Prince Florian
Prince Florian, also rumored to be named Prince Ferdinand, first appears in Snow White at the wishing well.
His name is never actually mentioned in the movie; instead, he is simply referred to as, “The Prince.”
2. Prince Charming
Prince Charming, also known as Prince Henry, is from Cinderella.
During a ball in which he is supposed to find his future wife, he meets Cinderella and is captivated by her the entire night.
Later, he must find her again by using only her glass slipper.
3. Prince Philip
Prince Philip is the brave, brown-haired love interest of Aurora in Sleeping Beauty.
Interestingly, he was the first Disney prince to have a revealed name and a more prominent role in the film.
4. Prince Eric
The land-dwelling human prince of The Little Mermaid is rescued by Ariel, the mermaid daughter of King Triton.
Despite her inability to use her voice, Ariel wins Prince Eric’s heart and they are later married.
5. Prince Adam
Prince Adam, more commonly known as The Beast, is the selfish and unkind ruler in Beauty and the Beast.
For the majority of the movie, Prince Adam is in Beast form.
After meeting Belle, he gradually becomes more kind and gentle, and true love breaks the spell cast on him, returning him to his human form.
Aladdin, from the movie of the same name, becomes Prince Ali Ababwa thanks to his wish being granted by the Genie.
He is the love interest of Princess Jasmine, and has a pet monkey named Abu.
Aladdin is the first Disney prince to be the main character, and also the first to not be royalty from birth.
7. John Smith
From the movie Pocahontas, John Smith is an unusual person on our list because he isn’t actually a real prince, but he is a prominent male character in the film.
He is also the first on our list to be based on a real person in history.
John Smith is also an interesting character in that he and Pocahontas do not end up living Happily Ever After together, as he must return to England.
8. Li Shang
Li Shang becomes the love interest of Mulan, in the film of the same name.
He is the only Disney Prince who isn’t royalty. Instead, he is the army captain of Ping, who is actually Mulan disguised as a man.
Mulan and Shang save each others’ lives and eventually go on to marry.
9. Prince Naveen
From The Princess and the Frog, Prince Naveen is the selfish Prince of Maldonia.
In an effort to marry the wealthy Charlotte La Bouff, he makes a deal with the evil Dr. Facilier. In the process, he is turned into a frog, and can only become human again if he kisses a princess.
After being convinced to kiss the frog, Tiana is also turned into a frog!
10. Prince Eugene Fitzherbert
Eugene Fitzherbert, also known as Flynn Ryder, is the thief who meets Rapunzel while hiding in her tower the movie Tangled.
Named Horace at birth, Flynn explains that he grew up in an orphanage. There is no indication in Tangled that he is royalty.
However, we later learn in Tangled: The Series that he was indeed born prince of the Dark Kingdom.
Unofficial Disney Princes
The following are characters who are not official Disney Princes, but who are notable and prominent male characters in their films or who are verified as Disney Heroes.
Taran (From The Black Cauldron)
Taran is the headstrong and adventurous love interest of Princess Eilonwy in the 1985 film, The Black Cauldron.
Hercules (From Hercules)
Hercules is not technically a prince because his partner, Megara, isn’t an official Disney princess. Still, he is a prominent character in the film.
Tarzan (from Tarzan)
Tarzan, a human raised by gorillas, is the lead character in the movie by the same name. His love interest is Jane Porter. who is not a princess, so Tarzan is not considered a prince.
Milo Thatch (From Atlantis: The Lost Empire)
Milo is the King of Atlantis in the 2001 film, Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
RobinHood (from RobinHood)
The love interest of Maid Marian, RobinHood is the do-good fox in Nottingham.
As Maid Marian is not a princess (she’s the niece of the king), RobinHood does not become a prince when he marries her.
Simba (From The Lion King)
Simba is the son of Mufasa and Sarabi, the King and Queen. He begins the film as a prince who “just can’t wait to be king.”
Despite his royal heritage, Simba is not included as an official Disney Prince.
Robert Philip (From Enchanted)
Robert Philip is the only live-action prince on our list. In the 2007 movie Enchanted, Robert Philip is the divorce attorney from New York City who falls in love with Giselle, a princess-to-be.
Kristoff (From Frozen)
Kristoff is often thought to be a prince, since we see him propose to Anna in Frozen 2.
Although she is indeed a princess in both movies (and later becomes queen in Frozen 2), Anna is not an official Disney Princess, so Kristoff is not an official Disney Prince.
Meeting the Princes at Disney World
Meeting and talking with the characters is part of what makes Disney World so magical!
When planning your Disney vacation, you’ll definitely want to set aside some time on your daily itinerary to meet the characters.
Locating the princes during the day can be a little difficult. We’re including some tips for finding them below (though locations and events are subject to change at any time, as Disney currently has some character dining experiences and parades on hold).
You can also use FastPasses for character meet and greets, which cuts down on your wait time.
The cast members who portray these characters in the parks are quite talented and truly do a great job of staying “in character” when you ask them questions, which can create some memorable experiences for your family!
We’ve included some conversation starters you can use when meeting the characters so you can see them in action!
Prince Charming can be spotted in the Festival of Fantasy parade in the Magic Kingdom.
He can also be found at the Happily Ever After dinner at 1900 Park Fare restaurant in the Grand Floridian Resort.
What to Say When Meeting Prince Charming at Disney World:
- Have you enjoyed any bouts of fencing lately?
- How is the Grand Duke doing these days?
Prince Philip can be spotted in the Festival of Fantasy parade at the Magic Kingdom.
Sometimes Philip can also be spotted during holiday festivities, such as Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
The Beast can be found at the Be Our Guest character dining experience, or he can be seen in the Festival of Fantasy parade in the Magic Kingdom.
What to Say When Meeting the Beast at Disney World:
- How are Lumiere and Cogsworth doing?
- Do you enjoy being in human form or beast form better?
Sometimes Eric can also be spotted with Ariel during holiday festivities, such as during Halloween at Disney World or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
What to Say When Meeting Eric at Disney World:
- Have you sailed anywhere fun lately?
- How’s Max doing?
Aladdin can be found in the Morocco Pavilion at World Showcase in Epcot. He can also be found alongside Jasmine at the Magic Kingdom, in Adventureland and in the Fantasyland Friends Cavalcade at Magic Kingdom.
What to Say When Meeting Aladdin at Disney World:
- If you could fly the magic carpet anywhere, where would you go?
- If you were granted three more wishes, what would you wish for?
- How is Abu doing?
Flynn can be found at the Bon Voyage breakfast at Trattoria al Forno, located at Disney’s Boardwalk.
Sometimes Flynn can also be spotted with Rapunzel during holiday festivities, such as Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party or Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
You may also spot him in the Festival of Fantasy Parade!
What to Say When Meeting Flynn Rider at Disney World:
- How is Maximus doing?
- Do you ever see the Stabbington Brothers anymore?
Naveen can be seen in the Festival of Fantasy parade, and sometimes be accompanies Tiana at character meet and greets.
What to Say When Meeting Naveen at Disney World:
- How is Mama Odie doing?
- Have you seen Louis lately?
Now that you know all about the Disney Princes, you’re ready to meet them on your magical adventure!
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