When Disney Princes Come In Real Life, Who Makes Your Heart Flutter The Most?
A Finnish artist and designer in Melbourne named Jirka Väätäinen, has created a series of real-life Disney prince images to answer this question.
Everyone who had a childhood crush on these Disney characters will definitely love them, but even if you don’t, it’s interesting to determine these characters within the world. Väätäinen stayed faithful to the original tone of these princes while ensuring they seem totally lifelike and believable.
#1 Prince Hans - “Frozen”
Source: Cape and castleHans is of moderate stature and generally good-looking. In addition to his auburn hair, sideburns, and "dreamy" green eyes, Hans is fair-skinned with just a few freckles visible on the bridge of his nose.
#2 Kocoum - “Pocahontas”
Source: StaticKnown as the strongest of Chief Powhatan's warriors, Kocoum fought valiantly against the Massawomecks. He's seen as handsome, but he's also quite serious and rarely laughs. Are you satisfied with Jirka Väätäinen's drawing of this captain?
#3 Prince Eric - “The Little Mermaid”
Source: Comics BeatWill Prince Eric's friendly smile and talking eyes make you fall in love with?
#4 Prince Phillip - “Sleeping Beauty”
Source: Oh My DisneyDo you want to be a sleeping beauty if The Prince is "cool" like this?
#5 Prince Adam - “Beauty and the Beast”
Source: dolly insiderThe curse transforms this sexy prince into a monstrous creature.
#6 Prince Charming - “Cinderella”
Source: FanpopPrince of a nation, he has a dashing and beautiful aura about him, as his name implies.
#7 Prince Naveen - “The Princess and the Frog”
Source: StaticNaveen is a tall, slim young man with dark brown hair and amber eyes. He's got a tad bit of a fairer complexion than Tiana - his princess.
#8 The Prince - “Snow White”
Source: AM22This is still The Prince with short brown hair and blue eyes, a royal blue sleeveless tunic, and a dark crimson knee-length cape.
So, based on Jirka Väätäinen's illustrations, which prince do you prefer if they are in real life?