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These Disney Princesses Finally Get the Shimmering Royal Jewels They Deserve

They’re royalty, right? Then these Disney princesses need some lavish, resplendent jewels to go along with that title! Fan artist Andrea Meier gave them just that, taking the countries of origin and existing crowns for each character and imagining what their royal jewels would look like — including a few characters who have jumped up into the royal ranks.

We’re all for social mobility in the world of Disney! And if you’re all for the work of Meier, you can see more on her DeviantArt page, her Facebook page, and her Instagram. You can also support the artist directly by contributing to her Patreon here!

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Ariel gets sea green emeralds for the ocean!

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With the glass slippers, you knew Cinderella would go hard on the crystals.

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Can’t do Aurora without paying tribute to her actual tiara!

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Love the festive, Mardi Gras feel of the jewelry combined with the ’20s-style look!

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Love the matching blue and yellow in this Arabian-inspired set!

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Pocahontas’s royal adornments are every bit as majestic as their shinier counterparts!

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Love the jewels on Anna, but it’s the sash that really brings this look together.

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And instead of the more Norwegian-inspired look for her sister, Queen Elsa gets jewelry befitting ice royalty!

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Meg’s purple moves from her dress to her crown!

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Love the little Celtic-inspired dragon earring on Merida!

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Lots of jade for Mulan!

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No jewels for the non-royal Jane, but she does trade in jungle wear for the clothes of the altogether different sort of jungle that is British high society.

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Rapunzel gets an outfit and jewels based on 16th and 17th century times!

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And here’s short hair Rapunzel going green!

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Snow White adds a lot more white to her clothes while getting a fantastic new crown!

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Belle gets a huge ruby to represent that rose!

She didn’t just stop with the royal jewels! Artist Andrea Meier continued her series of Disney Royal Jewels by giving the Disney princesses new royal gowns to go along with those gem-laden new crowns.

The dresses are just as impressive, and if you’re impressed too, you can see more of Meier’s work on her DeviantArt pageher Facebook page, and her Instagram. You can also support the artist directly by contributing to her Patreon here!

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Ariel gets a green dress resembling the scales of her fish tail!

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Kida gets an open skirt for freedom of movement — all the better to defend Atlantis!

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The sash really says northern European royalty for Anna.

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Aurora’s original dresses are tough to beat, but this one might manage it!

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Belle’s regal new gown takes more direct inspiration from that enchanted rose!

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We love the slimmer, more modern dress for Cinderella!

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Of course Elsa has a crown, jewelry, and dress all partly made of ice!

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Jane goes from deep in the jungle to way up in the heights of British society. Can’t imagine what Tarzan is wearing in this timeline!

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Jasmine gets Arabian-style jewelry and a cooler, more modern dress perfect for the desert heat!

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Love all the beautiful gold leaf on Megara’s jewelry!

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And Rapunzel gets a sunny new red dress — suits her disposition!

Artist Lele Draw has also imagined new royal dresses for Disney princesses — here are a few!

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Cinderella gets a more traditional royal dress here!

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Love the adaptation of Anna’s actual dress from Frozen!

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Moana’s not afraid to show she’s taken charge since the end of her first adventure!

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Love this imagining of Pocahontas as chief!

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Lele Draw sticks with classic purple for Rapunzel, and the results are stunning!

Karen de la Garza is clearly a fan of museums! Her series of Disney royal portraits paints our favorite characters in a whole new light, taking inspiration from some of the great portraits commissioned by royalty throughout history.

Let’s go on a guided tour — once you’re done, you can break off from the group and check out more of de la Garza’s work on her DeviantArt page!

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One thing we’ve learned: fan art of Cinderella before she made it never fails to disappoint!

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Way fancier crown than the one in the movie, but this piece really captures Elsa’s mixed feelings about the proceedings!

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Awesome portrait of Mulan! Makes us even more excited for the live-action remake next year (probably, we hope).

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Once she got legs, why wouldn’t Ariel try out those huge poofy royal dresses?

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Like with Cinderella, the Aurora-as-Briar Rose artwork is just the best.

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Speaking of Cinderella, here she is in one of those classic father-daughter portraits!

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Jasmine and Aladdin get a couple’s portrait, probably in a timeline where that third wish went a little differently.

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We love that Tiana’s portrait has a kind of Great Gatsby vibe to it! Perfect for the new royalty.

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Jane was pretty much made for one of these portraits!

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Doesn’t get more Renaissance art than subjects from the Classics and a tragic setting.

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And here’s Mulan getting one of those sweet Napoleon-style horseback military portraits!

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Here’s Anna in her coronation gown!

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Belle and the Beast, clearly more interested in each other than the artist!

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And finally, here’s Ursula in disguise as Vanessa!

You can see the rest of Lele Draw’s series of royal Disney gowns here!

So, what would they look like in more down-to-earth attire? Check out these Disney princesses decked out in modern fashion!