Here at Moviepilot, we have an unabashed respect for all things Disney. While we really do mean all things, I recognize that Disney Princesses are the ones who end up getting most of the love. We can't help it! They're a group of iconic characters that are touchstones of our bygone childhoods, and they inspire some pretty amazing stuff.
For this post, though, let's turn our attention to the more overlooked supporting characters from Disney classics: the Princes! Because some days, you just have a hankering to see a Prince, right Snow White?
What better way to show the various Disney princes that they deserve some attention than by putting them on their very own magazine covers? Oh My Disney did an impeccable job making coverboys out of royalty, so pick your favorite out of the assortment below!
It's so nice to see Aladdin being the toast of the town after all the trouble he went through to get there. Though, PQ (Prince Quarterly) could be a little more tactful though when referring to his "street rat days," don't you think?
Prince Adam (in Beast form)
As much as I love this spin on Vanity Fair, 'The Mysteries of the West Wing' is something I need in my life immediately. Make it an animated TV show that follows the hilariously forgotten trinkets and household items that Beast just didn't want mucking up the palace.
A stately, traditional prince deserves a magazine that speaks to his tastes. Though, I wonder how Cinderella would feel about seeing her man next to the headline "Top 50 Bachelors."
Eric does make teen hearts sing, so it's appropriate that he lands on the cover of teenMag. l appreciate the shout-out to all of Ariel's sisters who deserve their own reality show to go along with this spread.
I know it's one of the most recognizable covers, but I can't get over how much this looks like an actual People magazine. Naveen flashes his pearly whites and proves once again that he's an under-appreciated prince.
Prince Phillip lands on Disney's version of Esquire with his loyal steed in tow. That was not an easy pose to hold for either of them, but that's just how committed they are to proving that real men wear capes. Edna Mode would be so displeased.
Ever the showboat, Flynn lands himself the cover of Entertainment Monthly to talk about his rags to riches story. But, do you think he mentioned that his real name is Eugene?
Call him Florian. Call him David. Whatever you do, just call him for another photo shoot. He's got seven mouths to feed now, in addition to Snow, and it looks like he's dropping another single!
(Source: Oh My Disney)