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Elemental Disney 4am thoughts (A continuation)

OKAY WELL I STILL CANT SLEEP SO DECIDED TO LOOK UP DISNEY PRINCESS LORE BECAUSE I STILL HAD THE ELEMENTS THING ON MY MIND AND I DISCOVERED A DISNEY PRINCESS I DIDNT KNOW EXISTED??

ELENA OF AVALOR.

she somehow slipped under my radar because shes from a brand new tv series that apparently just aired today?? instead of from a movie

BUT LIKE. LOOK AT HER.

AND SHES AN OFFICIAL DISNEY PRINCESS!!

sorry its 4am and I’m very excited!!!

anyway okay, i looked her up and all her currently released lore stuff and shes got some p cool associations! elemental wise i mean

first of all, she has the literal best animal companions ive ever seen??

3 Jaguar-Macaw Griffins called Jaquins, they are awesome and they look like this

sick.

and she has a spirit guide animal companion named Zuzo 

based of a mexican Chanul and he belief of a certain mayan tribe in south mexicp that says every person has a spirit double in the animal world (im grabbing this straight from the wiki lol)

and her magical thingy is an amulet called the Amulet of Avalor, this item apparently appeared before in the “Sofia the First” tv series as the item that Elena was trapped in forever ago, with “Elena of Avalor” being the tv series all about Elena and where she came from and her story and etc

anyway the amulets powers are basically it gives you a power for every good deed, and a curse for every bad deed, but i just happened to notice a lot of the associated powers all had to do with animal related things as well when the Sofia girl used it, but it originally belonged to Elena first apparently so I’m assuming these things are gonna be associated with her as well. (as well as your typical “powers” like strength, invisibility, telepathy, growing/shrinking

animal related boons were things like Animal Communion, Mermaid Transformation and Bouncing really high

curses are things like croaking like a frog and a bird beak curse

but its third cool power is the ability to summon another princess or princess ANIMAL companion from any point in space or time

so yeah, if I were to give her an element for the whole children of the elements thing, she’s definitely the Child of Fauna?Beast?

the girl is like the Vixen of the Disney Princesses (Vixen as in the comic book character)

history meme | 6 women [1/6] → Princess Charlotte 

  The Woman Who Would Be Queen

One day short of nine months after their wedding, Princess Caroline brought into the world a healthy baby girl with bouncing blonde curls and porcelain skin. Her only fault, in her mother’s eyes was that she had been born as the daughter of the Prince Regent, and time would tell that she was more like her parents than each had prayed.

From her earliest years she was torn apart by rivalries: between her parents; between her father the Prince Regent and his father ‘Mad’ King George; between her tutors; governesses and other members of her discordant household; and between the Tory government and the Whig opposition. 

Yet Charlotte Augusta emerged as a vivacious and determined young woman in the mould of the Austen heroines she admired. Known for her golden heart and steel mind, she would always stoop to donate her own money to the poor but would never stoop to the selfish wishes of others - particularly her father.

As a child she was remembered for her wild antics such as painting a moustache on her face and marching up and down, barking what she hoped were German swearwords - but it was scarcely a surprise to see the Princess grow up into the beloved 'Daughter of England’; a sophisticated and refined young lady stopping at nothing to achieve her freedom. At one point she even fled and took a cab to her mother’s home. This was but one trigger in the series of events that led to her beautiful but tragic marriage to Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg - she fought for her freedom, and she found her love, but only for one blissful year.

Leopold was never the same again. Almost fifty years later he told his niece Queen Victoria that he had 'never recovered the feeling of happiness’ that 'blessed’ his short life with Charlotte.

'She would have behaved well’, said the Duke of Wellington, 'her death is one of the most serious misfortunes the country has ever met with’.