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16 Disney Princesses Go To Hogwarts And Took Over The World Of Wizards

Disney princesses in Hogwarts style with their Patronus – a win-win combo!

Our youth was filled with bliss because of watching Disney movies with compelling storylines and powerful characters. And who can forget the magnificent fantasy world of Harry Potter, which made us wish we could receive an acceptance letter from Hogwarts in our childhood? Consider what the world would look like if these two movie characters were united, or what Disney would look like if all of your favorite Disney princesses were truly witches and wizards studying at Hogwarts. That’s impressive, isn’t it?

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Thank you to Willemijn1991, who made our dream come true by uniting Princesses and Hogwarts, which, of course, resulted in a win-win combo for Disney lovers! This talented artist has blown up social media by combining the whole two famous worlds of “Disney” and “Hogwarts” together on his platform DeviantArt. This platform is full of the amazing masterpieces that he created by transforming these princesses into Hogwarts students. Not to forget the Patronus that the artist has highlighted in his artwork. Each Disney princess as Hogwarts student has her own Patronus that describe and convey something about her personality, character, and are similar to the storylines or personal traits of these icons – and that’s the best part of this re-imaged artwork!

Just as Jasmine with her tiger and Tiana with her frog were simple to come up with because their Patronus is immediately recognizable from their respective flicks, so were the other characters. Other characters, such as Elsa and Rapunzel, have Patronus who are more emblematic of the princesses’ respective storylines and personal attributes than the other characters. Although we’ve seen many of illustrations and reinvented artwork on the internet, this is something completely different and was trucking. And your mind will be blown away after watching your favorite childhood Disney princesses in a different theme – Hogwarts style!

The artist stated: “I chose Ravenclaw for Kida because she is so curious and inquisitive and uses old knowledge to save her people. I picked a sea turtle because it is a land creature that adapted to live in the water and it also fits her free and gentle spirit.”

Assume that all of these characters, ranging from Anna from Frozen to Snow-white, will be present at Hogwarts, embracing this new theme with charm and delight. We wish to see a new Harry Potter series that includes these Disney princesses. Let’s take a peek at how these renowned figures would appear in their new Hogwarts attire!

1. Kida from “Atlantis” with her Patronus – Turtle!

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2.  Snow-White with her Bunny; Sweet, gentle and kind!

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Snow-white with her Patronus; Bunny!

The artist explains it all: “The beautiful Snow White for Hufflepuff because she is so kind and sweet and a little bunny as her Patronus for the same reasons.”

3. The “Frozen” sisters with Patronus representing their bravery and powers!

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“I choose Gryffindor for Anna because she is brave (duh) and Ravenclaw for Elsa because she is all about logic and learning to control her powers. Anna’s Patronus is a sparrow, because she wants to be free and is very chipper. And Elsa’s is an arctic fox because they are shy and live in the snow.” the artist said.

4. That was obvious! Princess Jasmine with her Tiger…

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The artist said, “Of course Jasmine is a Slytherin, she is such a manipulative little firecracker but I still love her. Of course her Patronus is a tiger, not only because of Raja, but also because she is a real warrior in her own ways.”

5. Jane and her monkey symbolizing wisdom and cleverness!

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According to the artist: “[I chose] the lovely Jane Porter for Raven claw, because she met Tarzan on a scientific excursion and learns all about his world. And a little monkey as her Patronus, ’cause she is a little monkey.”

6. The bear represents bravery, and it exactly describes Merida!

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The artist explains, “Gryffindor is an obvious choice, the movie is, of course, called “Brave”, and the Patronus too. What else could I choose but a bear?”

7. Both Rapunzel and the clown fish live in difficult environments!

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The artist says, “I picked Gryffindor because even though she was afraid of everything she still went after her dream, and I picked a clown fish for her Patronus. [It’s] not just because she is a bit of a clown but also because a clown fish lives in a hostile environment, just like Rapunzel with her mom, and she learned how to survive in that tower.”

8. Pocahontas; Brave, free and strong!

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The artist explains the reason of Pocahontas having an eagle: “Gryffindor is an obvious choice for Pocahontas because she risks it all for love and peace. For her Patronus I picked an eagle because she is so strong and free.”

9. Belle and her Husky signify sense of curiosity.

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The artist stated: “I picked Ravenclaw for her because she is very curious and loves to read. For her Patronus I picked a husky because it lies between a dog and a wolf. So between man and beast if you catch my drift.”

10. Slytherin indicates ambition and leadership, both reflecting Esmeralda’s personality!

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According to the artist:  “I picked Slytherin because she uses what she has just like Megara. I picked a gazelle for her Patronus because she is so elegant and determined, like a doe, but also exotic and a real beauty.”

11. Princess Ariel signifies trustworthiness and loyalty!

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“I picked Hufflepuff for her because she is such a sweetie, really nothing but kindness. You could say she belongs to Gryffindor, but I think she could have been braver. She didn’t have to wait for Eric to kiss her and she could have stood up to her father. For her Patronus I picked a dolphin, known for its sweetness and because it is a mammal living in the sea.” said artist.

12. Aurora from the movie “Sleeping Beauty” with her owl!

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The artist said, “I know many of you will disagree, but I picked Slytherin because she really does not listen to the rules very well. She follows her own plan with mixed results. I picked an owl because she has such a grace about her, just like an owl.”

13. Giselle, a cheerful redhead princess from the movie “Enchanted”!

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“I decided on Hufflepuff for her because she does not have an evil bone in her body. For her Patronus I chose a squirrel because of her chipper personality and pretty strawberry red hair.” said artist.

14. Mulan: on the inside, she’s beautiful, but on the outside, she’s tough and brave.

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The artist stated: “Gryffindor was an obvious choice but for her Patronus I picked a red panda, cute on the outside but still a bear with teeth and claws.”

15. Princess Megara and her Patronus; Butterfly!

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The artist explains, “I decided on Slytherin because, well … she knows how to use what she’s got. I picked a butterfly for her Patronus because she is so frail under that hard shell she puts up.”

16. Tiana from the movie “The Princess and the frog”

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The artist explained: “I chose Ravenclaw because I just got the feeling she would fit there best. I know some of you would disagree, but I feel that that is the place she would make the most friends. Her Patronus is a frog, of course.”

Which Hogwarts princess do you love the most? Let us know in the comments area below!

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