What Disney Princesses would look like if they were different races

These amazing fan edits make the Disney Princess lineup more diverse

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The Disney Princess lineup has started to become culturally diverse since the introduction of Jasmine in the 1992 animated classic Aladdin. Following her debut, more princesses of color have been created, including Pocahontas in 1995, Mulan in 1998, Tiana in 2009, and Moana in 2016. But if you’re one of those fans who want to see more diversity in the beloved franchise, then this series of fan art featuring racebent Disney Princesses will delight you. Created by talented artist TT Bret of the tumblr blog Let There Be Doodles, the following digital edits show what Disney Princesses would look like if they were different races.

#1 Ariel

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Credit: tumblr / Let There Be Doodles

Ariel is transformed into an Indian princess in this amazing artwork by TT Bret. This Hindu version of the Little Mermaid character wears a maang tikka with gold chain and purple seashell pendant. She also has a red bindi on her forehead, a nose ring, and intricate tattoos on her hand.

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