NATIONAL PRINCESS DAY
Celebrate the Princess in every girl by taking part in National Princess Day on November 18th!
Perhaps you know a Princess who shines because of her gift of laughter, making everyone around them smile. Maybe your Princess shows her royal nature by her great acts of kindness and heart of gold. Or your Princess may be bold and confident, ready to take on every new challenge!
Whatever our gifts, there is a Princess in each of us – even if you don’t know it yet!
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NATIONAL PRINCESS DAY HISTORY
The Swan Princess® was released in theatres on November 18, 1994, and introduced the beautiful Princess Odette to fans across the globe. Since then, the series has continued to grow, with the eighth movie being released in the spring of 2018, and many more adventures already being planned.
The independent group that created the Swan Princess series continues to bring more adventures to our screens. They also provide a huge range of products featuring Odette and her beloved friends, including original animation art cells – meaning fans everywhere can have a piece of movie history!
Seldon Young (Producer of The Swan Princess®) is passionate about the millions of fans around the world and has already revealed his ideas for an HD remake of the original movie and even a live-action version! The 25th anniversary in 2019 means you can be sure there will be even more exciting news to follow in the months to come!
The Registrar at National Day Calendar® declared National Princess Day to be observed annually beginning in 2017.
Q. Besides Kate Middleton, has any other American become a princess?
A. Well, besides every daughter who wrapped herself around a parent’s pinky, the accurate answer is, yes. Probably the most recognizable name on the list is Grace Kelly. The American Oscar-winning actress married Prince Rainier III of Monaco.
Another notable American princess is Lee Bouvier – yes, that Bouvier. She was the younger sister of Jackie Bouvier Kennedy and in 1959, she married Prince Stanislaw Albrecht Radziwill. While it was her second marriage, she and the prince had two children during their 15-year marriage.
Before Grace Kelly stole the scene, Rita Hayworth made a worthy effort at the role of princess. In 1949, she wed Prince Aly Khan, son of the Aga Khan and direct descendent of the Prophet Muhammad. Though Hayworth was the first American actress to become a princess, the marriage did not last very long.
Q. What are some of the best qualities of a princess?
A. Princesses (and princes for that matter) come in all varieties. Some are bold and fashionable while others like to take action. One might speak eloquently and in many languages, while another prefers to listen to what others have to say. No matter what their style, they are kind and helpful.