Disney Princesses always make great role models, but we have even more reason to celebrate them right now with the return of World Princess Week. The global event kicks off on Aug. 22 to celebrate the courage and kindness of Disney Princesses and Disney Queens (except for that Evil Queen, she can stay home).
World Princess Week had its inaugural run last year as part of the Ultimate Princess Celebration, and it’s coming back this week in full force with new toys and products meant to inspire fans to show their best Disney Princess qualities in their daily lives. See some of the new Disney products below!
Kids can build the royal home of their dreams with LEGO’s Ultimate Princess Adventure Castle, a 698-piece set featuring the bedrooms of Ariel, Moana, Rapunzel, Snow White, and Tiana. Recommended for kids ages 6 and up, the four-level castle comes with five Disney Princess minifigures, five LEGO animal figures, a rooftop playground, and other accessories. Get it here for $99.99. Look for other Disney Princess-themed LEGO sets as well, such as the LEGO Aurora, Merida, and Tiana’s Enchanted Creations set for $69.99; the LEGO Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Wonderland for $44.99; and the LEGO Elsa and the Nokk Storybook Adventures set for $19.99.
This Halloween, Disney is adding to its collection of adaptive costumes that are made to fit wheelchairs. Look for Jasmine and Elsa Adaptive Costumes for Kids, featuring openings at the back and a discreet flap in the front center for easy tube access, as well as Cinderella’s Coach and an Ice Nokk Adaptive Wheelchair Cover, which are meant to cover the sides of the wheelchair. Get them on shopdisney.com for $49.99 each. The Jasmine Costume is launching at a later date.
Travel in style with Jakks Pacific’s Disney Princess Style Collection World Traveler Play Suitcase. Recommended for kids ages 3 and up, this set comes with a play suitcase, a play tablet, play lip balm, pretend hand sanitizer, play headphones, an eye mask, a passport, and a ticket. The suitcase has working wheels and a retractable handle. Get it at here for $44.97. Kids can attach Jakks Pacific’s Disney Princess Style Collection Trendy Traveler Backpack (sold separately) on top of the suitcase, or wear it on their back. For $21.97, the backpack features adjustable back straps, straps with buckles on top to easily open and close the bag, play ear buds with a carrying case, a double-sided map, play binoculars, a play water bottle, a play protein bar, and pretend lip balm. Click here to get it at Walmart.
Doll lovers can also look for Disney Princess My Singing Friend dolls and the Disney ILY 4ever doll collection and accessories from Jakks Pacific, while plush collectors can find Just Play’s interactive stuffed animals inspired by different Disney characters and movies ranging from Frozen to Moana. Kids ages 3 and up can practice styling Moana, Ariel, Rapunzel, or Tiana’s hair with Just Play’s Disney Princess Styling Heads. For $19.97 each, the 8-inch Styling Heads come with 17 accessories to decorate and style the hair of their favorite princesses.
Hasbro’s Disney Princess Royal Shimmer Fashion Dolls Collection comes with 12 Disney Princess dolls in one collection, including Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Merida, Moana, Mulan, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Snow White, and Tiana. Recommended for kids ages 3 and up, each doll features glittery outfits and comes with accessories like shoes and tiaras to complement their outfits. Get the full set on Amazon for $104.99.
For the toddlers, Mattel has several Fisher-Price Little People Disney Princess sets, like the Time for Tea with Belle set for $14.99, the Disney Frozen 2 Anna & Kristoff’s Wagon Vehicle Set for $12.79, and the Disney Princess Figures 7-Pack set for $21.99. The sets feature chunky pieces and figures made for toddler hands.
This is only the tip of the iceberg: Visit shopdisney.com for even more Disney Princess products!