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Your Favorite Disney Princesses Portrayed As Mothers


Disney cartoons and stories are a part of everyone’s childhood. We all dream of becoming a Disney princess at some point in our lives. Who wouldn’t want to be Cinderella, Rapunzel or Elsa? Living in a castle, a staff of servants at your disposal, married to a prince. It almost sounds like a fairy tale (well, actually it is).

Have you ever imagined how the lives of these princesses would look after happily marrying their princes? Well, an artist named, Isaiah Stephens, decided to save you the trouble and give life to those imaginations in vivid images.

Originating from Lowell, Massachusetts, the artist who has over 66 thousand followers on his Instagram profile, created breathtaking artwork depicting various Disney princesses as mothers. These mother-princesses include Elsa, Cinderella, Jasmine, Ariel and many others. In an interview for Bored Panda, Isaiah stated: “I’m a 90s kid, so I’m absolutely a Disney princess fan! I think because Disney princesses are so varied, both appearance and personality wise, they are an easy group to garner inspiration from”.

You can see the masterful illustrations below whcih showacase the talent of Stephens who began drawing as soon as he could hold a pencil.

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1. Princess Elsa may be in Frozen, but she is melting our hearts here


2. It’s a whole new world for Princess Jasmine and Aladdin


3. Doesn’t princess Mulan look extremely peaceful expecting her bundle of joy?


4. Looks like Princess Tiana’s baby is going to be a handful


5. At least Rapunzel doesn’t seem to mind the odor


6. Princess Belle seems to be caring and protecting as always


7. Ariel, you didn’t expect that it was going to be all rainbows and butterflies did you?


8. Pocahontas in a harmonious state with her baby boy


9. Don’t worry Aurora and Prince Charming, the best is yet to come


Source: Isaiah Stephens
From: boredpanda

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