If Disney princesses had jobs today, this is what they'd be doing
Unfortunately, try as we might, we don't live in a world of fairy tales and make-believe. If Disney princesses were alive and real in today's world, just like us they'd have to buckle up their heels and head to a 9 to 5. Here are the occupations we believe these ladies would have if they lived in modern society.
After all of her hard work, we believe Tiana would accomplish her dream of owning a restaurant, and that her successes would extend far beyond. Her bold choices and fear-nothing attitude is sure to catch the attention of television producers, who would line up to offer her a network deal for her very own cooking show.
It takes a special person to live with seven tiny men, and our beloved Snow White is certainly one of them. The red-lipped princess would be sure to work as a group home leader while working toward her BSW. A loving soul, Snow White would be in absolute bliss helping all of the people, children and, yes, dwarfs of the enchanted forest.
If we know one thing about Cinderella, it's that she knows how to turn rags to riches. The blonde-haired beauty queen best known for her one-of-a-kind glass slipper would undoubtedly become the next Vera Wang. Can you just imagine the line for an authentic Cinderella gown? We can just see the runway now.
Sleeping Beauty got her Disney nickname for a reason: She really is a knock out while snoozing! Considering that she #wokeuplikethis, we think Sleeping Beauty would give even Beyoncé a run for her money. The princess, who also met her man through her singing career, would kill it on stage, on film and in song if Aurora was really in the flesh.
Let's be honest. If our favorite Little Mermaid walked the earth, we might see her on an episode of Hoarders. Ariel loves her collection of thingamabobbers, which is why she might enjoy managing a retail store, where she'd constantly be surrounded by beautiful things that make people happy.
There's no doubt that Belle would live her real-life days with her nose in a book. The brown-haired beauty fell in love with the Beast's enormous library, which causes us to suspect she might love helping people fall in love with books, while penning her own novel at night.
The apple of Aladdin's eye was one sassy princess. Not only did she make him fight for her affection, she stood up strong for women's rights, the homeless and exotic animals. Strong-willed, we could see her running for office and becoming the next resident of the White House.
Pocahontas stood up for her land and her people against the first settlers, so we think she might spend her days making sure people respected the land and the creatures on it. In fact, we could totally see her tying herself to Mother Willow in protest.
There's no doubt that for Rapunzel to have maintained those luscious golden locks, she had to have had some serious talent in the hair department. Equipped with killer style, Rapunzel would have appointments booked a year out with the ladies lining up at her door for stellar hairstyles.
The Snow Queen is the first Disney princess of her kind. Why? Because she's not a princess at all, she's a queen! If the beauty with pipes were to live in today's society, she would no doubt be a CEO. She's got #girlboss written all over her, from her platinum hairstyle to the way she rocks her killer stilettos. Not to mention, her personality is sure to rise her straight up the corporate ladder.
There is no doubt that Anna loves her family and her man. A loving little lady, this princess would devote her days taking care of the castle and her royal brood. One of the hardest jobs known to man, Anna wouldn't mind a bit. Plus, she's so amazing! I'll bet she would also be president of the PTA, the go-to carpool organizer and a successful lifestyle blogger, keeping Arendelle up on the happenings of the royal family.