Princess

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A princess is a female member of a royal family, especially a daughter of a monarch. A son of a monarch is called a prince. In some cases, a woman can become a princess by marrying a king. A princess may also become a ruler by heredity or by marriage. Sometimes the expression "princess" is used when a female has noble qualities such as kindness, charity, and virtue.

Walt Disney created the Disney Princess. Cinderella was the most famous princess in the world. Princesses wear crowns on their head. The mermaid princess is Ariel. Ariel lives in the ocean.