When Disney princesses trade in their legs for a tail

Cinderella, Jasmine, and other Disney royalty reimagined as mermaids

#6 Tiana

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Tiana is having a good time watching Louis play his trumpet underwater. Reimagined as a green-tailed mermaid, the Princess of Maldonia is wearing a light-yellow tube top and a matching tiara inspired by her iconic lily pad dress from the 2009 animated film The Princess and the Frog. Though Louis the alligator is illustrated in the form a seahorse in this artwork, he apparently remains a fan of jazz music just like in the movie.

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