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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

4. She must follow the rules. The young woman who is auditioning to be a princess at Walt Disney World must adhere to certain rules about her role, and she must never be caught disregarding them. For example, she must never talk about her role outside of the parks. This means that she is not to let others know which ...

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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

6. She must exhibit patience. This is especially important because her audience will be children, as well as adults who are hot and tired and who have been waiting in lines. The princess-in-training must be patient in all situations, even situations in which Guests are rude or when children are pulling her hair or experiencing a temper tantrum. And she ...

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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

7. She must have stellar improv skills. Because the princess-in-training will be around many children—some aspiring princesses themselves—she must be able to improvise no matter what is thrown at her. She may be asked some silly questions or some crazy off-the-wall questions, and she may have things said to her that are either untimely, inappropriate or just plain rude. So ...

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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

8. She must know the princess’s persona and never stray from it. Part of being a princess at Walt Disney World is meeting with fans of that princess from all over the world. The princess-in-training must be able to stay in character at all times, no matter what she is asked. For example, Aurora would only know about her “world,” ...

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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

9. She must complete training. Once a young woman has made the cut, she’ll be required to attend a five-day training class, during which she will be immersed in every facet of her character’s persona. That means watching the Disney feature films about her princess until she knows the movie almost verbatim. It means learning to speak and even sound ...

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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

10. She must have similar features. Before candidates get very far in the process of interviewing for the part of princess, Disney hiring Cast Members will be looking to see if the candidates possess facial features and hair similar to those of one or more Disney princesses. One insider even confesses that a potential candidate will have better chances at ...

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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

11. She must meet the physical requirements. There are some physical requirements for the role of princess in the Disney parks. The girl auditioning for the part must be between 5’4” and 5’7” tall. She must be at least 18 years of age, but she cannot be older than 30. The largest costume size for the princesses at Disney is ...

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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

12. She must go through the application and interviewing process. All positions for Cast Members at the parks, including face characters, start the same way as most other jobs: with an application. Potential princesses must fill out an application and wait for call-backs like they would for any other job. If they are called back, they must follow through the ...

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The Top 12 Tough Standards to Be a Walt Disney World Princess

Most little girls who walk through the gates at the Magic Kingdom have their thoughts on becoming a princess. Within moments of entering the park, they shriek with excitement as their eyes catch a glimpse of Cinderella Castle just down Main Street U.S.A. And they can hardly wait in the FastPass+ queue for their turn to meet Belle, Aurora, Cinderella, ...

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